Friday 12 October 2012
At Auckland Art Gallery we have a very busy loans programme, with artworks constantly travelling to museums and art galleries throughout New Zealand and around the world. Here's a rundown of some of the artworks from Auckland Art Gallery and Chartwell collections that are currently on show elsewhere.
You can find out more about our collection and loans policies at:
Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua
One of the current exhibitions at Pataka Art + Museum is Joe Sheehan: Other Stories, a major survey show featuring a range of sculptural work by Joe Sheehan. This exhibition is open until 25 November 2012, and if you're in the Wellington region this would be a great opportunity to view Joe Sheehan's incredible sculptures made from pounamu, marble, granite and other types of stone.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Dunedin Public Art Gallery is currently showing work by Alfred O'Keeffe (1858-1941), who was an artist and teacher based in Dunedin. O’Keeffe studied at the Académie Julian in Paris during the 1890s, at the same time as the young Charles Goldie attended the school. Unlike Goldie, O’Keeffe developed an impressionist style.
City Gallery Wellington
On 19 October 2012, Ben Cauchi: The Sophist's Mirror opens at City Gallery Wellington. Two works by Ben Cauchi from the Chartwell collection are included in the exhibition - The way of all things and Loose Canvas:
The series of public programmes offered as part of this exhibition would offer some fascinating insights into Ben Cauchi's practice, and would certainly be interesting if you wanted to find out more about the techniques used to create these photographs.
Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
Further afield, the exhibition Contact. Artists from Aotearoa New Zealand has just opened at Frankfurter Kunstverein in Frankfurt, Germany. This exhibition is part of the New Zealand presence at the Frankfurt Book Fair, where New Zealand is the Guest of Honour for 2012.
Included in this exhibition is one of Francis Upritchard's 'heads', Untitled 1, on loan from the Chartwell Collection.
If you're interested in finding out more about this exhibition, check out the video below made by the team at NZ@Frankfurt.