This exhibition that marvels at the beauty of the country and also delves into the issues it faces, with entries in categories including wildlife, society, portrait, built environment, landscape, photo story, aerial and adventure.
Celebrate ArtWeek in the City Centre by taking a visit to our many galleries to check out some truly incredible exhibitions on display. Explore the stunning visual narratives of our country with the 'NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year 2023' exhibition. Delve into the cultural richness and craftsmanship of Aotearoa at Kura Gallery's Tiki Exhibition where traditional and contemporary interpretations of this iconic symbol come to life. Head to the Fingers Annual Group Show where skilled artisans have transformed precious materials into wearable works of art, or join the celebration of indigenous artistry at Auckland Art Gallery's 'Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia' exhibition.
Check out this exhibition of Tiki artworks from a collective of fantastic artists whose practices are well informed by tikanga and matauranga maori, taonga for tomorrow from the past.
Tangata Whenua is an exhibition of new and recent works by Robyn Kahukiwa. The show continues her long-standing interest in uplifting and empowering Māori people, and promoting mana motuhake and tino rangatiratanga. It is a testament to her unwavering commitment...
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Always Song in the Water, an art exhibition the celebrates Moana Oceania through the work of renowned artists.
This year's Annual Group Show features recent works from over 40 leading contemporary makers.
Join Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki for an unforgettable night of live music, drinks and late night exhibition access.
Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia surveys works by over 160 artists from 1890 to today. Drawn from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and The Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, the artworks bridge time and place...
This exhibition celebrates the local businesses and Link Alliance workers that work and operate around City Rail Link’s Te Waihorotiu Station construction site.
Paint Like a Girl is a show for everyone who has ever been told that who they are, what they do, or how they do it wasn’t quite good enough. We’re here to tell you they were wrong