Rhona Haszard: An experimental expatriate artist traces the development of this outstanding New Zealander, from her early beginnings at art school, through her style-changing discoveries overseas, to her experimental prints and mature monumental canvases. The show promises the revelation of new visual material. It includes works from private collections that have never been exhibited in New Zealand, and offers fresh insights into the progressive and innovative nature of Haszard's oeuvre.
This exhibition celebrates a woman whose work was outstanding in its time, both in terms of its international recognition, and its important influence on the development of early New Zealand modernism.
This exhibition is curated by Dr Joanne Drayton, organised and toured by the Hocken Library.
- Free entry