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Exhibitions this Artweek - Walters Prize at Auckland Art Gallery

From 6 to 14 October, the central city will come alive with numerous exhibitions showcasing a variety of incredible artwork by local and international artists.

We've rounded up the highlights of this year's Artweek exhibition lineup.

Māori Modernists and Their Legacy in the City Centre
This photographic exhibition at the Ellen Melville Centre celebrates the Māori artists who forged a new national identity of fresh art forms imbued with indigeneity in the 1960s.

The Walters Prize 2018
New Zealand's contemporary art award, the Walters Prize returns to Auckland Art Gallery to showcase outstanding contemporary New Zealand art produced and exhibited during the past two years. 

Karl Maughan and Dick Frizzell combine at Gow Langsford Gallery Lorne Street to revisit a successful joint exhibition titled Landscapes from 1998. 

Evanescent Monuments
Trish Clark Gallery will host a rich suite of Chris Corson-Scott’s new photographs that call our attention to the past before it disappears entirely.

The Māori Portraits
Explore the work Gottfried Lindauer, one of New Zealand’s most prolific portrait painters of the late 19th and early 20th century, at Auckland Art Gallery.

Stephan Romer
Head to Romer Gallery to see the work of highly-acclaimed German landscape photographer Stephan Romer whose images bring the world's landscapes to us as we‘ve rarely seen before.

Traditional Meets Contemporary
Celebrating innovation and creativity this showcase at Kura Gallery presents mahi that acknowledges the past and the present of the creative continuum. 

The Poignancy of Absence
At Gow Langsford Gallery Kitchener Street, small scale works by sculptor Paul Dibble explore the motif of the now extinct New Zealand Huia bird. 

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Last updated: 15 October 2018

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