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The latest issue of the Australian magazine Art Collector featured a great piece on John Walsh, and perfectly captured the sensation of gazing upon one of his exquisitely surreal landscapes.
The team at Page Blackie Gallery are taking a holiday. Please note the gallery will be closed from Friday 22 December 2017, reopening Monday 15 January 2018. Look forward to seeing you all in the new year!
This year marks thirty years since Marcia Page first opened the doors to the original Tinakori Gallery, and fifteen years since James Blackie joined her as co-director. Simon Morris interviewed Marcia on Radio New Zealand’s Standing Room Only last Saturday. … Continue reading
A great piece on Dick Frizzell’s latest exhibition Something to Behold!, where he talks about the origin of his latest series of epic and somewhat provocative paintings. You can read the full article here.
Page Blackie Gallery exhibiting at Sydney Contemporary 7 – 10 September 2017 Featuring Max Gimblett, Marita Hewitt & Toby Raine To find out more visit https://sydneycotemporary.com.au/galleries-2017/page-blackie-gallery-wellington/
Gallery Artist Marita Hewitt has recently designed an eco-friendly disposable coffee cup collaborating with New Zealand company, Innocent Packaging. The work printed on the cup is entitled Bibliography for an Unwritten Thesis, which presents a list of read content referencing … Continue reading
Reuben Paterson and Lonnie Hutchinson have teamed together to present ‘Relative Reciprocity’, an exhibition celebrating Matariki at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery. Reuben and Lonnie are well-known for having firmly embedded Māori and Polynesian world-views and visual languages into their … Continue reading
Radio New Zealand aired a wonderful interview with Max Gimblett on Kim Hill’s Saturday Morning programme. To listen to the interview, please visit the Radio New Zealand website here.
The documentary, Max Gimblett: Original Mind, will feature in this year’s DocEdge Festival. The film documents the life and process of the eccentric creative genius, Max Gimblett, and provides a fascinating insight into his artistic practice. Two screening will take … Continue reading
Artwork by Sarah Munro is currently included in the Adam Art Gallery’s exhibition, ‘Acting Out’. This show presents a survey of artists who have created artworks that examine the relations between bodies and forms. For more information about the exhibition … Continue reading