exibition year: 2024

For the 2024 Aotearoa Art Fair TMG is proud to present raku-fired ceramic vessels by Tracy Keith (Ngāpuhi), stone carvings by Joe Sheehan and works on bark, acrylic and recycled road signs by Gaypalani Wanambi and Ms. D. Wanambi  –  Yonglu artists working at Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre in Arnhem Land, NT During the weekend we will be […]

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After returning to Aotearoa New Zealand from New York, where he had been working as a fashion photographer, Russ Flatt (Ngāti Kahungunu) completed a PGDip FA at Auckland University’s Elam School of Fine Arts. He graduated in 2013 having won the University’s Post-graduate Photography Prize. Flatt’s work addresses notions of identity and belonging – including […]

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In a recent conversation with Salome Tanuvasa I asked what she had been reading and thinking about as she prepared for our exhibition. “Matisse. I’ve been looking at his colours and shapes and how he would paint fabrics and textiles, and the things he could see from his window.” She showed me a photo on her phone […]

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Our 2024 opening exhibition, “Mind that Māori”, was given its title by artists Lissy & Rudi Robinson-Cole. They had noticed parent-helpers at a children’s swimming event wearing “Mind that Child” high-vis vests … so crocheted wool “Mind that Māori” artworks were the obvious next step! Initially the artists created an edition of framed artworks in their signature Wharenui Harikoa neon […]

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