Bruce Anderson: Peace Mandala

The Vernacular Lounge

Hand drawn symbols that offer a universal perspective of peace.

Helen Pollock: A moving tribute

Main Gallery

A Moving Tribute is a photographic journey of Helen Pollock's ‘Victory Medal’ in each of its 8 installations over the last four years.

Fiona Gray: Flight of Light

Main Gallery

Flight of Light centres on themes of space, light, colour and imagination.

Fauze Hassen: Yellow Street Light Madness

Main Gallery

Yellow Street Light Madness arises from the invisible chaos and the marginal aspects that go unnoticed in today's society.

Participatory Exhibition: Out of Control

Main Gallery

Out of Control is an exhibition of photographic works from the Depot Artspace community, exploring the concept of control (Auckland Festival of Photography 2018).

Auckland City Mission: Life

Main Gallery

Providing an insight into the unique artistic perspective of some of Auckland’s inner-city rough sleepers and marginalised people.

Kahurangiariki Smith: MāoriGrl

Main Gallery

MāoriGrl combines installation and video game to reinvent the story of Hinetītama / Hinenuitepō. (Auckland Matariki Festival 2018)

Forest has the Blues (Group Exhibition)

An installation project that brings the unique plant life of Aotearoa into the gallery space, with 9 printmakers collaborating to create a large scale urban forest. (Auckland Matariki Festival 2018)

Whenua: Land (Group Exhibition)

Taking place during Matariki this exhibition celebrates the distinctive perceptions of and relationships to whenua of artists both past and present.

Larisse Hall: Lemonade

Main Gallery

Captivated by the power and energy of optimism, Lemonade combines the ethereal quality of light with the materiality of paint and form to create an almost tangible experience.

Digital Aurora (Group Exhibition)

Main Gallery

Digital Aurora explores the uncharted territories between technology, art, and culture with structural, graphical and digital artworks.

Clare Caldwell: In Time

Main Gallery

In Time is an allegorical narrative of paintings on Angelic intervention: its arrival, its absence and its re-intervention.

BiblioHub

As part of celebrating Devonport’s rich and diverse literary community, BiblioHub brings together local booksellers, book-makers, book writers of all genre, and book lovers.

PulseArt: Potpourri

Potpourri is a group exhibition that offers a complex mixture of colours, fragrances, 'herstories', and contemporary issues.

Big Little Show: Members Exhibition Call Out 2018

Depot Artspace extends an invitation to all members to present works for Big Little Show: Members Exhibition 2018, a curated exhibition of small works.

Pre-loved / Re-loved

Opening Saturday 9 February 2019, 2:00pm – 3:30pm Depot Artspace’s first Pre-loved Re-loved exhibition, an exciting project inspired by our local community, was held in 2014 to assist owners to find a new home for their once-loved fine art and objects. We are excited to re-introduce the exhibition in February 2019. You can expect to […]

Lucie Blazevska – Born to Create

Lucie is a graphic designer and art tutor, originally from Czech Republic, living in New Zealand. She is a founder/operator of Lucie Blaze custom skateboard decks and creative workshop “Design your own board”. She moved to New Zealand in 2014 and have embraced the culture and art scene over the past few years, further developing her art style from a wide pool of influences and techniques.

Show 3

Show 3 is a collection of recent work by Robyn Gibson, Kath Batchelor and Nick Boyd, three artists who are recognised by unusual subject matter and exploratory techniques.

Holotype – Aaron King-Cole

Aaron King-Cole (b. 1984, Auckland) lives in Devonport with his partner and two daughters. A self- described Drawer, but whose practice has included printmaking, painting and felting over the years.
The first word within reach to describe King-Cole’s work could be Pattern, but as time is spent with it, pattern might also describe habit, behaviour, and system.

Members Show: Mahi and Mana

It's that time again! Depot Artspace Members are invited to submit up to four works for the Members Exhibition: Mana and Mahi

Te Kura O Hoani Waititi

An exhibition of new work by children attending Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Hoani Waititi Marae.

Rock Art: Tradition and Change

This exhibition features images of ancient rock art, or cave paintings, discovered in sites around Aotearoa. It shows how these images have been, and continue to be, referenced in contemporary works by both Māori and Pākehā.

What We Saw, What They Saw: A Personal Journey

November 2019 will be the 40th anniversary of the Erebus disaster which affected not only those, like the artist, who lost loved ones but also many New Zealanders and people from further afield. In February 2011 Kate Hill traveled, together with other relatives of the victims, to Antarctica on the Erebus Remembrance Flight and took a series of photographs from the plane and at Scott Base.

Motu Maua Maunga: Paintings by Chas Foxall

Chas Foxall lives in Auckland and has been an experienced art teacher and Head of Faculty at both secondary and tertiary levels, specialising in photography, painting and design. He has wide experience in photography, having worked as a freelance photojournalist in South East Asia during the turbulent 70’s.

Christmas Pop-Up

From Nov 30th to Dec 18th we’re celebrating Christmas with a special Depot pop-up featuring local art, craft and design.
In this mass-produced, quick fix, throw away world, we’re on the look-out for unique, local, affordable works that family, friends and art lovers alike will cherish.

Clare Slako: Resonance

"'Resonance’ is a series of digital and analog photography which explores a ‘sense of place’. I created the series during my time in Northland: living at Ruakaka I used my camera to connect with the landscape. These still life were then created in the studio by 'floating' the objects on a mirror: I hope they […]

Four Walls (Tara Wha)

FOUR WALLS brings together four artists who will have use of a single wall each in the main gallery.