ROUND-A-BOUT: ArtsLab Exhibition

3 unique emerging young visual artists from ArtsLab put together a group exhibition in Depot Artspace

John Horner – Plein Air & More

This exhibition, Plein Air & More, is a series of Plein Air (painted in the outdoors) works done in the Auckland district in the last year by artist John Horner, who was an artist in the Karekare residency, a senior lecturer at Whitecliffe and student of Colin McCahon. See event details for live demos & Plein Air demo/tour dates & times.

Celia Walker – Walking Distance

This installation traces the many paths and places within walking distance of home, with the altered perspective of physical distancing and restricted travel of these current times. "The series of 49 tiny lockdown prints was created as a way of focusing my attention away from the anxiety of news and current events onto the narrow view of daily walks, and the rest of the installation has evolved from these small notations into larger works." - Celia Walker

Tina Frantzen – The Ley Lines of Home

"This exhibition is a representation in photography, painting and poetry of those places that have been the background to my life here in Devonport." - Tina Frantzen


Sayed Ali Karam Jawhary: To Be One In Heart

Depot Artspace 28 Clarence Street, Devonport, Auckland

Calligrapher Ali Jawhary shares new works inspired by the words of ancient Persian poets who speak on love, kindness and ancient wisdom filled with timeless beauty, a perfect reminder for us all during this season.

Christmas Pocket Pop-Up Exhibition

From Saturday November 28th (Opening 10 – 4:00pm) to Wednesday 16th December we’re celebrating Christmas with our very special annual Depot Artspace Christmas Pocket Pop-Up featuring local art, craft and design, everything under $200.


Sefton Rani – Industrial Tapa

*Due to the extended level 3 lockdown, Sefton's planned exhibition opening will be cancelled. Depot Artspace will also be closed until August 26th. Watch this space *Final Dates TBC* Sefton Rani's work involves the concept of “urban tapa” which is taking the traditional form of tapa and reenergising it with modern materials, methods and motifs that reflect the contemporary environment we live in. His work is primarily created with the use of paint skins where paint is applied on
glass or plastic and when dry, peeled off and collaged to form layers that represent time and the history of the object or surface.