Labyrinth art space, a group show and John Walsh’s survey show

Mark Amery’s recent review of the two shows currently on at TheNewDowse: Celia Dunlop’s collection and a survey exhibition of John Walsh’s work. John Walsh will be included in Page Blackie Gallery’s October Landscape exhibition.

A week with Max Gimblett

Max Gimblett is in Wellington this week. He began with two Sumi ink painting workshops: Sunday 17 May: Tuesday 19 May: To listen to this morning’s interviewed with Catherine Ryan on National Radio, CLICK HERE More to follow…

Lawrence Arabia, live at Page Blackie Gallery, May 2009

Justin Boroughs in National Business Review

CLICK HERE to read John Daly People’s review of Justin Boroughs’ current exhibition, on at Page Blackie Gallery until 16 May.

Max Gimblett on CloseUp

CLICK HERE to see Max Gimblett discuss his experience of exhibiting at the Guggenheim Museum on CloseUp last night.

More optimism in art

Terry Hall’s article, “Bout of optimism cautiously emerging”, Dominion Post, Monday May 4, p.C2Click the image to read the article

Paul Dibble installation at Wellington Moore Wilson’s

Paul Dibble has unveiled a major sculptural installation in Moore Wilson’s new ‘piazza’. Entitled From Under the Harbour, the sculpture celebrates the discovery in the 1920s of artesian water running under Wellington – water that was tapped and used by … Continue reading

Dick Frizzell and The Great New Zealand Songbook

James Blackie and Marcia Page were delighted to attend the launch of The Great New Zealand Songbook, produced by Sony and Thom Music, with Page Blackie Gallery artist, Dick Frizzell, contributing the front and back cover images.The opening was recorded … Continue reading

Auckland Art Fair

Page Blackie Gallery’s stand at the Auckland Art Fair received fantastic feedback from collectors and critics alike. Record breaking numbers of visitors to the event over the three days higlighted the massive public support for the visual arts. The level … Continue reading