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Welcome to Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, the home of the
visual arts in New Zealand. Explore our collection of more
than 15,000 artworks, find out about upcoming
events, increase your knowledge in the Creative Learning Centre and
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Exploration of adornment in Aotearoa New Zealand
Get more out of your visit with a free guided tour
Browse through more than 15,000 artworks
Discover the roots of Aotearoa New Zealand's largest arts institution
Experience the world premiere of one of the most ambitious screen-based projects from Aotearoa New Zealand, from one of the country's most admired artists. In 1804, Joseph Dufour created Les Sauvages de la Mer Pacifique, a 20-panel scenic wallpaper whose exotic subject matter referenced popular illustrations of the times and mirrored a widespread fascination with Captain Cook and de la Perouse Pacific voyages. Two hundred years later Lisa Reihana reanimates the wallpaper as a spectacular 26 metre wide panoramic video.
This award-winning website explores Gottfried Lindauer's portraits of Māori, his background and the historic visitors' books from his early exhibitions, along with fresh research and public comments.Visit Whakamīharo Lindauer Online.
The portraitsThe visitors' bookAbout Gottfried Lindauer
Open daily 10am - 5pm, except Christmas Day
Cnr Kitchener and Wellesley Streets, Auckland City
Free tours start from the main entrance at 11.30am and 1.30pm
The building is a work of art in itself and we never tire of our favourite pieces among the outstanding exhibits.
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