Roundabout at City Gallery Wellington

If you haven’t had a chance to see it already, head along to roundabout at City Gallery Wellington. The extensive exhibition, drawn from the collection of David Teplitzky and Peggy Scott, features a striking work by Page Blackie Gallery artist … Continue reading

Star Gossage exhibition

Star Gossage’s new exhibition, Minyerri, opens at the Gallery next week. Click the image for a preview of works in the show or contact the Gallery for further details.

Stuck for what to buy the art lover who has everything for Christmas?

Parinto has opened a pop-up store in Auckland, which will be around until Christmas. In it they’re selling a range of tee shirts designed by artists including our own Max Gimblett. Check it out here.

Liyen Chong awarded The McCahon House Residency

We are excited to announce that Page Blackie Gallery artist Liyen Chong has been awarded a prestigious McCahon House Residency for 2011. The McCahon House Residence is situated in beautiful French Bay, Titirangi, alongside the original McCahon family home. Liyen … Continue reading

Max Gimblett workspace

A new publication on Page Blackie Gallery artist Max Gimblett was launched last month. Workspace contains an intriguing series of photographs by John Savage capturing Gimblett’s New York studio space. The photographs and accompanying essay by Jenni Quilter provide an … Continue reading

Artists @ Work

Page Blackie Gallery artists Heather Straka, Dick Frizzell, Neil Dawson, Paul Dibble and Karl Maughan all feature in Artists @ Work, an exciting new art book launched at the beginning of this month. Profiling 24 New Zealand artists in their … Continue reading

Paul Hartigan exhibition reviewed

Paul Hartigan’s exhibition The Vapours was reviewed by Mark Amery recently in the Dominion Post. We are in the last week of Paul’s exhibition, which finishes tomorrow (Saturday the 9th October). To read the review on the Big Idea website, … Continue reading

Ngatai Taepa – exhibition opening

Ngatai Taepa’s new exhibition opens at the Gallery next Tuesday (12 Oct) from 5:30pm. Contact the Gallery for further information.