The Walters Prize is considered the most esteemed award in New Zealand visual arts. It presents the very best of New Zealand contemporary art, as selected by an independent jury, in an exhibition from which a winner will be determined by a widely respected international judge.
This year’s nominated works are BAD VISUAL SYSTEMS by Ruth Buchanan, The Making of Mississippi Grind 2017 by Jacqueline Fraser, Whol Why Wurld by Jess Johnson and Simon Ward, and Fāgogo by Pati Solomona Tyrell.
Gallery Members can see the exhibition before the crowds and enjoy a curator’s talk at the exclusive Preview event.
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- Level 2 exhibition spaces