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Assistant Curator Julia Waite was on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' programme today talking about her exhibition 'The Us in I'. Listen to the interview below:

The Us in I

Auckland Art Gallery
12/03/2016 at 21:59. Facebook
With the summer holidays fast approaching, book now for our January art-making workshops for children aged 5–13! Join us a we explore themes in current exhibitions 'The Māori Portraits', 'To All New Arrivals' and 'Limbo'. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Auckland Art Gallery
12/02/2016 at 02:05. Facebook
Muka returns to the Gallery this weekend! This unique national travelling exhibition for young people is back for 2016 with another collection of original lithographs by well known artists from New Zealand, Australia, Europe and USA. Prints are $70 per work and the exhibition, as always, may only be viewed by those aged from 5 to 18. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Auckland Art Gallery
12/01/2016 at 04:36. Facebook
Just in time for Christmas, a selection of our favourite products and best sellers from our shop are now available to purchase online! [ Aucklandartgallery.com Link ]

Online shop

Auckland Art Gallery
11/30/2016 at 23:22. Facebook
A photo from Ann Shelton's series 'My Friends Are Electric' is on the cover of this week's Paperboy magazine, along with a feature article inside by Anthony Byrt. [ Noted.co.nz Link ]
Auckland Art Gallery
11/30/2016 at 00:38. Facebook
News flash⚡ 'The Body Laid Bare: Masterpieces from Tate' to open at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki from 18 March 2017. Journeying through time, from the classical, biblical and literary subjects of the 1800s to the body politics of contemporary art, 'The Body Laid Bare' brings together masterpieces by renowned artists including JMW Turner, Auguste Rodin (pictured), Pierre Bonnard, Pablo...
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Auckland Art Gallery
11/28/2016 at 02:39. Facebook
'...I don't just take photographs. I don't walk around the environment and see something I want to photograph. To quote the Alfredo Jaar work, you don't take a photograph, you make a photograph. I spent a long time thinking on how I was going to do this." – Ann Shelton talks about her practice in an nzherald.co.nz interview. Read it below:

Why Ann Shelton's photography is not just pretty pictures - Lifestyle - NZ Herald

Artist Ann Shelton and curator Dr Zara Stanhope discuss the relationships around the body and photography in 'Dark Matter'. on the opening day of the exhibition. Sat 26 Nov, 3pm. Level 2 – free
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Now open! 'Dark Matter' is an exploration of the lens-based practice of Ann Shelton in which time, place, narrative, trauma and female authorship unfold in shifting and destabilising ways. See it now on level 2 – free entry
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Image credit: Ann Shelton, 'The Courtesan, Poroporo (Solanum sp.)' 2015–2016, from: jane says, courtesy of the artist
On the opening day of 'Dark Matter', witness a performance of 'The physical garden' which accompanies Ann Shelton's series 'jane says'. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Did you know you can take home a print of some of our most-loved artworks from our collection? The Gallery Prints service is available from our shop on the ground level or online, making it a great gift idea for any art lover. [ Bit.ly Link ]

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On the opening day of 'Ann Shelton: Dark Matter', join filmmaker Becky Nunes as she introduces the premiere of her new documentary on Ann Shelton, 'The air is a material'. Sat 26 Nov, 4pm – free entry

Film premiere: The air is a material (2016)

On the occasion of Artspace’s current exhibition 'Potentially Yours, The Coming Community', exhibiting artist Martine Syms will present her performative lecture, 'Misdirected Kiss', 6pm tonight at the Gallery
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Want to spend a night at Auckland Art Gallery? ‘The Sleeping Project’, an installation in new exhibition ‘Lee Mingwei and His Relations: The Art of Participation’ allows you to do just that! If you wish to take part in the project, fill out a ballot slip in the exhibition with your name, age (participants must be 18 or older), contact details, choice of date and a message. A Gallery staff...
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Thank you to the 200,000+ creators who have helped make 'Hole of Yellow Archipelago' the most successful Creative Learning Centre installation yet! This hands-on and innovative collaboration between Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, artist Judy Darragh, Balmoral Primary School children and AUT's TurnSpace Collective closes next Sunday 27 November. [ Bit.ly Link ]
This Sunday at 1pm, join former Auckland Art Gallery curator and current PhD candidate Jane Davidson-Ladd as she compares the portraiture of two significant artists who immigrated to New Zealand in the late 19th century: Gottfried Lindauer and Louis John Steele. Auditorium, lower ground level – free [ Bit.ly Link ]
We are now offering tours of 'The Māori Portraits' at 12.30pm daily during the exhibition (except Christmas Day). Tours last 60 minutes, cost $10 and can be booked at the information desk on level 1 on the day of your visit. [ Aucklandartgallery.com Link ]

Image: 'The Māori Portraits: Gottfried Lindauer's New Zealand' (installation view), Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2016
We've just added a collection set to our homepage to commemorate the passing of one of this country's most beloved and passionate artists, Marti Friedlander.

Explore more of Marti's photography in the Gallery's collection online here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Opening soon! Uncover the dark undertones of Wellington-based photographer Ann Shelton’s images in a survey exhibition that draws on 20 years of the artist’s work. Level 2 – free entry
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It is with tremendous sadness today that the Gallery acknowledges the passing of Dr Marti Friedlander CNZM (1928-2016), one of this country's most beloved and passionate artists whose astute photographic eye and boundless spirit will be greatly missed. Her tremendous generosity ensured that Auckland Art Gallery, in her hometown, has become home to the largest collection of her works. Her...
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