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please note Depot Artspace remains OPEN from 10am - 4pm daily, Tuesday - Saturday.
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Dylan-Blanc Huata – Hi There, Haere

Dylan-Blanc Huata - Hi There, Haere 22 Jan - 9 Feb 2022 Opening: 22 January 2022 2 – 4pm with dance & music performance at 3pm Central Gallery A poetic take on unacknowledged discussions. ‘Hi There, Haere’ presents the audience with the honest and harsh lifestyle of Māori & kiwis living comfortably and in poverty.…


Genevieve Thornton, Elise Lidgett, and Michelle Mayn – Future Propositions

Genevieve Thornton, Elise Lidgett, and Michelle Mayn – Future Propositions 22 Jan - 16 Feb 2022 Opening: 22 Jan 2-4pm Michelle Mayn on site 23 & 30 Jan, 6 & 13 Feb Street Front Space and Feature Wall ​ Future Propositions presents the collective workings of regional Victorian artists Genevieve Thornton and Elise Lidgett and Aotearoa New…

Li Si-Rong & Jenny Zhong – And So, We Build An Amusement Park On The Uninhabited Island

***Postponed due to Covid19 Lockdown. Keep an eye out on our social media for any updates.***

Covid-19, pandemic, we are stuck at home. Our life circle has shrunk from the entire city to home, and the majority of our activities have moved to virtual spaces. In retrospect, quarantine is like everyone returning to their own uninhabited island.


Abbie Twiss – Monochromes

***Postponed due to Covid19 Lockdown. Keep an eye out on our social media for any updates.***

This is Abbie Twiss’ first exhibition without colour, incorporating a range of early work and recent editions that sit on the periphery of her vibrant Pop Art-inspired practice.
Painted vignettes of early memories are reduced to a monochromatic palette here, like recollections in the mind’s eye that alter as the decades pass. Far from fading from view however, while the insignificant details of Abbie Twiss’ memories fall away, the key forms and emotions of a memory emerge in black and white.


Two Truths and a Lie (Auckland Arts Festival)

Depot Artspace 28 Clarence Street, Devonport, Auckland

In equal parts light-hearted and ominous, this exhibition recognises the multiverse we now live in, where conflicting truths seemingly coexist.


Denis Bourke Paintings

This exhibition covers areas of interest that have been at work concurrently over several decades in Denis Bourke’s long-standing practice. Bourke has travelled widely across Aotearoa New Zealand, and is a longtime illustrator and recorder of land features. 


Bobbie Gray – Insignificant Other

Insignificant Other brings everyday life into art through magnifying borer ‘galleries’ found in the native timber floors of the artist’s home.

Poised between sculpture and painting, these hand-routed, human-scale engravings are traces of the vast, yet complex realities that lie beneath the surface of our own existence. The works read as abstract paintings, yet the mark making delves beneath the surface, revealing physical depth. The lines left are evidence of life lived, in parallel with our own.

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