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Sayed Ali Karam Jawhary: The Reed Pen’s Tale

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The Reed Pen's Tale is the first New Zealand solo exhibition for Afghanistan born calligraphy artist, Sayed Ali Karam Jawhary . The exhibition will feature 12 distinctive Persian calligraphic works.

Beatrice Carlson: Unwearable: 2010 – 2017 WOW Retrospective

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Unwearable: 2010 – 2017 WOW Retrospective is Beatrice Carlson’s exclusive exhibition of her last 7 entries into the infamous World of Wearable (WOW) Arts Awards, plus a selection of her jewellery design, accessory design and drawings.

The Sargeson Swerve: A literary life on Esmonde Road

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Using artefacts such as the quilt made for Sargeson by Janet Frame, paintings, sculpture, film, images and writing this exhibition examines Sargeson’s influence on the development of New Zealand literature.

Kathrin Simon: Fade

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Fade explores the historical churches that dot the Northland countryside. The exhibition invites viewers to step into these churches and to explore their sense of fade, both physical and temporal.

Michael Krzanich: Someone’s Mana

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Melbourne based Kiwi photographer Michael Krzanich explores the contemporary entity of mana in this show drawn from his photo book ‘Someone’s Mana’.

The Vernacularist Issue Two – Publication Launch

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Insightful personal examinations of the essence, meaning, existence and validity of true community in our age form this special issue of The Vernacularist.

The Vernacularist Issue Two – Publication Launch

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Insightful personal examinations of the essence, meaning, existence and validity of true community in our age form this special issue of The Vernacularist.

Ruth Ames: After Images

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In conjunction with Folk Fortnight the Depot Artspace presents an exhibition of works by folk photographer Ruth Ames.

Ruth Ames: After Images

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In conjunction with Folk Fortnight the Depot Artspace presents an exhibition of works by folk photographer Ruth Ames.

He W’akaputanga Mai o te Rangatiratanga – a proclamation

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Compelling artworks by twelve Hokianga artists have been created in response to Te W’akaputanga Mai O Te Rangatiratanga, signed by Ngapuhi chiefs in 1835 and its context in Aotearoa today.

He W’akaputanga Mai o te Rangatiratanga – a proclamation

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Compelling artworks by twelve Hokianga artists have been created in response to Te W’akaputanga Mai O Te Rangatiratanga, signed by Ngapuhi chiefs in 1835 and its context in Aotearoa today.

Beverly Rae: 9 Paintings

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In this exhibition, 9 paintings, Beverly has delved deep into her memory to express her feelings on a range of subjects.

Beverly Rae: 9 Paintings

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In this exhibition, 9 paintings, Beverly has delved deep into her memory to express her feelings on a range of subjects.