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Seeking Modernity
Seeking Modernity

Free entry

Seeking Modernity

Free entry

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Through the Eyes of Shirin Neshat
Through the Eyes of Shirin Neshat

$5 - $7

Through the Eyes of Shirin Neshat

$5 - $7

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Latin America and Spain Film Festival: The Revolution of Juan Escopeta (2011)
Latin America and Spain Film Festival: The Revolution of Juan Escopeta (2011)

8pm

Free

The Revolution of Juan Escopeta is an animated film telling the sad story of Gapo, a child living in Guanajuato during the Mexican Revolution (1910–1918).

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Memoir Revolution: Why people are writing memoir and autobiography
Memoir Revolution: Why people are writing memoir and autobiography

12pm

Free

Join us for the return of Writers Lounge – a series of engaging discussions and conversations between writers and social commentators in our auditorium.

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Xuelin Zhou: Chinese women on the silver screen
Xuelin Zhou: Chinese women on the silver screen

3pm

Free

Join Dr Xuelin Zhou (Senior Lecturer, School of Film, Television and Media Studies, University of Auckland) for an illustrated lecture on the representation of women in Chinese film.

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Paul Clark: The Long March of Chinese Film
Paul Clark: The Long March of Chinese Film

3pm

Free

Paul Clark, Professor of Chinese and Director Research at University of Auckland's School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics gives a talk on Chinese films and their reflection of popular culture of the time.

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Beyond Revolutionary Utopia: Turning the World Rightside Up
Beyond Revolutionary Utopia: Turning the World Rightside Up

1pm

Free

Join Dr Kathryn Lehman, Senior Lecturer and co-founder, New Zealand Centre for Latin American Studies at the University of Auckland for an illustrated and engaging insight into the socio-political situation in South America.

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Xuelin Zhou: Chinese women on the silver screen
Xuelin Zhou: Chinese women on the silver screen

1pm

Free

Join Dr Xuelin Zhou (Senior Lecturer, School of Film, Television and Media Studies, University of Auckland) for an illustrated lecture on the representation of women in Chinese film.

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Frame by Frame (2015)
Frame by Frame (2015)

2pm

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During the Taliban regime, photography was illegal in Afghanistan. When the regime fell from power in 2001, a fledgling free press emerged and a photographic revolution was born. Now, as foreign troops and media withdraw, Afghanistan is left to stand on its own, and so are its journalists.

Frame by Frame (2015)

2pm

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Late Night Art
Late Night Art

5–9pm

Free

Indulge in streetARTdego, a creative-food-meets-artist-extravaganza in and around the Gallery that pairs top food vendors with renowned artists. Enjoy a live performance from Pacific Heights, after-hours entry to the Walters Prize exhibition, food by Judge Bao and drinks from the ArtDego Pop-Up Bar.

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Apocalypse: World War I (Parts 3 and 4)
Apocalypse: World War I (Parts 3 and 4)

1pm

Free

Drawing from over 500 hours of archival footage, much of it previously unseen, Apocalypse: WWI traces the journeys of civilians and soldiers who fought for survival in one of the darkest times in history. 

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Written on the Wall: Latin American Street Storytellers from Muralismo to Graffiti
Written on the Wall: Latin American Street Storytellers from Muralismo to Graffi...

1pm

Free

Director of the New Zealand Centre for Latin American Studies at The University of Auckland, Dr Walescka Pino-Ojeda presents a lecture 'Written on the Wall: Latin American Street Storytellers from Muralismo to Graffiti'.

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She Claims: Art Matters – Julia Croft and Rosabel Tan
She Claims: Art Matters – Julia Croft and Rosabel Tan

5.30–7.30pm

Members $25, General Admission $75 Book now

Join us at She Claims: Art Matters, a series of events where you’ll rub elbows with creatives and critics while celebrating the ideas, voices and power of creative women. Edition three is a conversation between theatre maker Julia Croft and editor and writer Rosabel Tan.

She Claims: Art Matters – Julia Croft and Rosabel Tan

5.30–7.30pm

Members $25, General Admission $75 Book now

Artworks

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The Changing Years
The Changing Years

Norman Lindsay

Production date
1920
Medium
ink
Size (h x w)
432 x 393 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Accession no
U/136
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Die Pflüger (The Ploughmen)
Die Pflüger (The Ploughmen)

Käthe Kollwitz

Production date
1906
Medium
etching, aquatint, softground etching, drypoint
Size (h x w)
306 x 446 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1982
Accession no
1982/2
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Épouvantée de l'héritage.. [Dismayed with her legacy.].
Épouvantée de l'héritage.. [Dismayed with her legacy.].

Honoré Daumier

Production date
1871
Medium
lithograph
Size (h x w)
230 x 180 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1981
Accession no
1981/50/2
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Readymade de l'histoire
Readymade de l'histoire

Jörg Immendorff

Production date
1987
Medium
oil on canvas
Size (h x w)
2500 x 2750 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased with assistance from Mr and Mrs A M McConnell and the Patrons of the Auckland Art Gallery, 1988
Accession no
1988/3
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