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Elizabeth Thomson has a stunning new exhibition at Pataka. Click here to read Greg O’Brien’s excellent speech from the opening, discussing Elizabeth’s beautiful new work. Transitive States is open at Pataka until 9 February. Contact Page Blackie Gallery for more … Continue reading
Max Gimblett’s new monograph is now available on Amazon. This incredible book includes paintings and works on paper completed between 2002 and 2012, some of which are available to view at Page Blackie Gallery. Max Gimblett Alexandra Munroe (Author), Lewis … Continue reading
On the back of winning one of this year’s major Wallace Award prizes (and with it, a three month residency at the Vermont Studio Centre), Marita has also won one of the top prizes in this year’s Portage Ceramic Awards … Continue reading
Page Blackie Gallery proudly congratulates Marita Hewitt on being First Runner Up in this year’s Wallace Art Awards with this work, Superfluous, a watercolour on paper.
Come and see us at Stand 7 at the Auckland Art Fair from 8-11 August. Page Blackie Gallery will feature two major installations, from Heather Straka and Elizabeth Thomson, plus accompanying works from other represented artists. The Gallery will be … Continue reading
Page Blackie Gallery is very proud to announce our representation of Elizabeth Thomson. Elizabeth will be featuring in our stand at this year’s Auckland Art Fair (8-12 August) with a stunning, large scale sculptural installation. Visit the Gallery to view … Continue reading
Fine company for our own Max Gimblett to be keeping, in a list of New Zealand legends. Click the image to see the whole list.
Click here for a sneak preview to our upcoming group show, featuring McCahon, Driver, Albrecht, Hotere, Thomson, Mrkusich…
Listen in to Nine to Noon tomorrow at 10am to hear Kathryn Ryan discussing Paul Dibble’s fantastic new book.
Come and have a glass of champagne this evening from 5:30pm to celebrate the opening of Gordon Crook’s incredible survey exhibition. Stuff Article