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Current Exhibitions

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XIN CHENG IN COLLABORATION WITH CHRIS BERTHELSEN

small modifications

small modifications is a collaborative project that poses a number of questions and open propositions: Could the gallery function as an open studio? What are reflexive ways of making and participating... Read More
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September

FRANCES HODGKINS

Frances Hodgkins and the St Ives Connection

Frances Hodgkins arrived in St Ives in late 1914 and was based there throughout the war years. This exhibition features pictures by Hodgkins made between 1914-1918 in addition to examples of works fro... Read More
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September

MIKE HEYNES

Fantastic Scenes from Hiroshima New Zealand Farm

A REAR WINDOW PROJECT   Tourism and agriculture form a large part of New Zealand’s reputation overseas and are a driving force behind the country’s economy. However despite being kn... Read More
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September

BILLY APPLE AND DR CRAIG HILTON

The Analysis of Billy Apple's Genome

Rapid advances in molecular and cellular biology are increasing both our understanding of life, and our ability to adjust it. The promises of scientific research quickly transform in our minds into th... Read More
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October

DORIS LUSK

1916-1990

May 2016 marks 100 years since painter Doris Lusk was born in Dunedin.  This intimate exhibition presents key works by Doris Lusk drawn largely from the collection of Dunedin Public Art Gallery. ... Read More
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October

NICK AUSTIN, JANE DODD, SCOTT EADY, RACHEL H. ALLAN

Ridiculous Sublime

The distinct vision of a contemporary artist can offer a new lens through which to see our everyday – reshaping the intersections between the familiar, the ridiculous and the magnificent.  ... Read More
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October

EXPLODED WORLDS

Works from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Collection

Established in 1884, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery is New Zealand's oldest public art gallery. The richness and quality of its collection remains a testament to a city that placed art and ideas at th... Read More
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December