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Larisse Hall: Embrace the New (2018), Walking With The Stars (2018); both oil paint, gesso, LED light and stretched cotton forms.

Larisse Hall’s Light Infused Shaped Forms

GALLAGHER ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS GALLERY

Hamilton

 

Larisse Hall
Smell the Roses… Light Infused Painting


13 March - 11 June 2021

JH
Tomislav Nikolic, To Explain How it Feels, 2020 - 2021, synthetic polymer, marble dust, 22ct gold leaf on linen,  plastic gesso & wood, 192.5 x 235 x 15 cm

Inventive Nikolic

FOX JENSEN MCCRORY

Auckland

 

Tomislav Nikolic
To Explain How It Feels

 


18 March 2021 - 24 April 2021

JH
Lauren Winstone: Gatherings #10, 2020, stoneware, 90 x 110 x 110 mm; Gatherings #9, 2020, stoneware, 90 x 100 x 100 mm. Photo: Sam Hartnett

Lauren Winstone’s Stoneware

TWO ROOMS

Auckland

 

Lauren Winstone
Gathering and Scattering

 


18 March - 17 April 2021


JH
Toby Raine, Goodnight Irene (Irene blowing her nose with flowers) [Version ii], 2021, oil on linen, 700 x 600 mm

Baron Yeti’s Family Portraits

SCOTT LAWRIE GALLERY

Auckland

 

Toby Raine
The Last Innocent Thing Left

 


13 March - 4 April 2021

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Veronica Herber: Your hiding Self, and Your Hiding Self 2; both 2020, graphite burnished Washi foto tape on board, 372 mm x 308 mm x 48 mm

Veronica Herber in Hamilton

LAREE PAYNE GALLERY

Hamilton

 

Veronica Herber
Jewels You Seek

 


3 March - 27 March 2021

JH
Steve Carr and Christian Lamont's 'Fading to the Sky' (detail) as installed in Te Uru. Photo by Sam Hartnett. Courtesy of Te Uru and the artists.

Using Light to Ponder Death

TE URU

Auckland

 

Steve Carr and Christian Lamont
Fading to the Sky

 

27 February - 30 May 2021


JH
Dan Arps, Disney Security II, 2021, polyurethane and acrylic paint, 500 x 840 x 140 mm

Arps’ Wall Relief Sculptures

MICHAEL LETT

Auckland


Dan Arps
The Floral Maze


11 March - 10 April 2021

 

JH
Isabella Loudon, Fragmentation, 2021, concrete, pigment, twine and nails, variable, multi-room scale.

Isabella Loudon’s In Situ Sculptures

TRISH CLARK GALLERY

Auckland

 

Isabella Loudon
Morph

 

19 February 2021 - 27 March 2021

JH
Ralph Paine, Near Hudson, NY - or, the meanwhile, 2019

Ralph Paine as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

MERCY PICTURES

Auckland

 

Ralph Paine (Daniel Malone, Giovanni Intra, Ch’lita Collins, Teghan Burt)
Neverlost


18 February 2021 - 13 March 2020


JH

Is There a Need for More Humour in New Zealand Art?

the stories of five to ten people: comedy in art
Edited (with an essay for this curated show of 12 artists) by Bryce Galloway


The Engine Room (Massey University) Wellington, February 2021

JH
Luca Nicholas, Grindr Study #12, 2017, intaglio on Fabriano Artistico paper, 765 x 560 mm; image 395 x 395 mm.

Grindr goes Intaglio

VISIONS

Auckland

 

Luca Nicholas
Studies 2017 - 18

 


11 February - 20 March 2021

JH
Paul Johns, BEEN HERE LONG? 2020, rocks, neon, transformers, wood, acrylic and stainless steel, 905 x 1455 x 1085 mm

Paul Johns Exhibition

VISIONS

Auckland

 

Paul Johns
Been Here Long?



11 February - 20 March 2021


JH
Installation of Denis O'Connor's 'Double Kiss' at Two Rooms. Photo: Sam Hartnett

O’Connor, Theatre and Beckett

TWO ROOMS

Auckland

 

Denis O’Connor
Double Kiss


5 February - 6 March 2021

JH
Gideon Rubin, Untitled, 2020, detail, oil on linen, 51 x 46 cm

Gideon Rubin Paintings

FOX JENSEN MCCRORY

Auckland

 

Gideon Rubin
We Thought It Was Heaven Tomorrow


4 February - 13 March 2021

JH
Bruce Connew, A Vocabulary as installed at Te Uru. Detail. Photo: Sam Hartnett.

Creating a Common Vocabulary

TE URU

Titirangi

 

Bruce Connew photographs
A Vocabulary


5 December 2020 - 14 February 2021


JH
Front cover. Image is part of Self Portraits (Apple Sees Red On Green), 1962, lithograph on canvas. Tate Collection.

Christina Barton’s Billy Apple® Bio

Christina Barton
Billy Apple® Life / Work
Biographical text: Christina Barton


Auckland University Press, 2020

JH

Theatrical & Spectacular Māori Art Survey

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY TOI O TAMAKI

Auckland

 

112 indigenous artists from Aotearoa
Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art


4 December, 2020 - 9 May, 2021

JH
Julian McKinnon, Apogee, 2020, aluminium, resin, acrylic paint, 800 x 600 mm

Julian McKinnon’s ‘Art Deco’ hybrids

SCOTT LAWRIE GALLERY

Auckland

 

Julian McKinnon
Elysium Mons


16 January - 6 February 2021


JH
Will Cooke, Every Wall Is A Door (Gate), 2020, primer and acrylic on aluminium, 1216 x 1016 mm

Slyly Complex Cooke Paintings

STARKWHITE

Auckland

 

Will Cooke
Every Wall is a Door

 


15 January 2021 - 9 February 2021

JH
Claudia Kogach,i Obaachan during the lockdown, Wahiawā, Hawaiʻi, 2020 (installation view) tufted rugs commissioned by Te Tuhi, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. Photo by Sam Hartnett

Tufted Rugs Present Domestic Narrative

TE TUHI CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

Pakuranga

 

Claudia Kogachi
Obaachan during the lockdown, Wahiawā, Hawai’i



5 December 2020 - 7 February 2021

JH
Darcell Apelu, A Death of Prosperity, 2020 (installation view) Perspex, timber, water--commissioned by Te Tuhi, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. Photo by Sam Hartnett

Darcell Apelu’s Satirical Fountain

TE TUHI CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

Pakuranga

 

Darcell Apelu
A Death of Prosperity


5 December 2020 - 7 February 2021