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John McLaughlin in Print
John McLaughlin in Print

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John McLaughlin in Print

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Five Māori Painters
Five Māori Painters

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Five Māori Painters

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Bill Culbert | Slow Wonder
Bill Culbert | Slow Wonder

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Bill Culbert | Slow Wonder

FREE

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Art-er space: the final frontier for 9–13 year olds
Art-er space: the final frontier for 9–13 year olds

10.30am–3pm

$36 Book now

Create your own alien outer-space world in this workshop inspired by Limbo, the newest north atrium installation by Judy Darragh. Create a three-dimensional scene straight from science fiction using every day and unexpected materials.

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Art-er space: the final frontier for 9–13 year olds
Art-er space: the final frontier for 9–13 year olds

10.30am–3pm

$36 Book now

Create your own alien outer-space world in this workshop inspired by Limbo, the newest north atrium installation by Judy Darragh. Create a three-dimensional scene straight from science fiction using every day and unexpected materials.

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Open Late: k2k and Hugo Jay
Open Late: k2k and Hugo Jay

6–10pm

$30 + booking fee Buy tickets

Get up close and personal with Auckland Art Gallery's major exhibition The Body Laid Bare: Masterpieces from Tate after dark with a series of late night events featuring DJs, live music, and entry to the exhibition.

Open Late: k2k and Hugo Jay

6–10pm

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Manpower Lectures – #4 Queer and Now (online)
Manpower Lectures – #4 Queer and Now (online)

6—7pm

Members $100, Non-Members $190, Students $80 Book now

What's queer about long-nineteenth-century British art now? Answering this question, Edwards address two entirely different examples: Henry Hugh Armstead’s mid-Victorian bronze statuette ‘Satan dismayed’ otherwise known as ‘Saint Michael and the Serpent’ (1852) and Henry Scott Tuke’s 1924 oil painting, ‘Companions’. Both artists remain marginalised, and have proven difficult to canonise for different reasons: Armstead as a predominantly decorative artist in a canon still primarily oriented towards the two-dimensional and the category of fine art, and Tuke because of the open secret of the pederastic character of his work, at a moment in which childhood sexual abuse remains one of the key cultural issues of our time. What might we learn from returning to think about both?

This lecture is a pre-recorded lecture that will be made available to ticketholders to watch in their own time. This lecture is the fourth in a four-part series, Manpower Lectures: Antiquity, aesthetes and athleticism.

Manpower Lectures – #4 Queer and Now (online)

6—7pm

Members $100, Non-Members $190, Students $80 Book now

Artworks

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Untitled
Untitled

Anish Kapoor

Production date
1987
Medium
pigment, papier mache
Size (h x w)
305 x 455 x 55 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1989
Accession no
1989/60
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Still life with burnt sienna vase
Still life with burnt sienna vase

Tom Risley

Production date
1989
Medium
wood, silicone, fibreglass, epoxy resin, plywood, corrugated iron, vinyl, wire
Size (h x w)
2980 x 680 x 170 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1989
Accession no
1989/65
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Messagers du jour (Daily messengers)
Messagers du jour (Daily messengers)

Ossip Zadkine

Production date
Unknown
Medium
lithograph
Size (h x w)
578 x 457 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1964
Accession no
1964/4/11
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New Land III
New Land III

Peter Nicholls

Production date
1975
Medium
totara and steel sculpture
Size (h x w)
1000 x 2700 x 2000 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1976
Accession no
1976/38/1
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I and Thou
I and Thou

Colin McCahon

Production date
1954-1955
Medium
oil on hardboard
Size (h x w)
559 x 533 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, bequest of Miss L D Gilmour, 1990
Accession no
1990/1/3
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Officer with Large Plume, Front Plume
Officer with Large Plume, Front Plume

Jacques Callot

Production date
1621-1624
Medium
etching
Size (h x w)
89 x 90 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of the Estate of Max and Lois Pearl, 2016
Accession no
2016/19/2
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Rock Drop
Rock Drop

Judy Millar

Production date
2017
Medium
wood, digital print on vinyl, synthetic rope
Size (h x w)
6612 x 3007 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, commissioned with support from Auckland Contemporary Art Trust, Auckland City Sculpture Trust and the Auckland Art Gallery Foundation Annual Appeal, 2017
Accession no
2016/31
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