Author Archives: James Blackie

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One of the best times of year is upon us. There is nothing not to love about Autumn – falling leaves, bonfires and the darkness.

Page Blackie Gallery collaboration | Urban Art Agency

Page Blackie Gallery is excited to be supporting a new initiative showcasing the work of New Zealand artists on the streets of Wellington. The Urban Art Series is led by Urban Art Agency with support from Wellington City Council as part of Adshel NZ’s community … Continue reading

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As we transition from hot summer days to cold winter nights, we are reflecting on the splendours of the icy landscapes captured during Grahame Sydney’s journey to the Antarctic in November 2003, then again in October 2006 at the invitation … Continue reading

Featured Edition of the Week

Featured Edition of the Week

Toi Art at Te Papa Tongarewa

We’re delighted to see work by two of our artists Reuben Paterson and Ngataiharuru Taepa represented in ‘Kaleidoscope: Abstract Aotearoa‘, one of the new exhibitions that have opened as part of Toi Art, Te Papa‘s new art gallery. The exhibition explores … Continue reading

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Featured Edition of the Week

Featured on the front cover of Craccum, Auckland University Students Association, 6 August 1980. This exquisitely harrowing work is Clairmont’s protest against the French nuclear testing in the Pacific and the consequences of the testing. This Artist’s  Proof is signed … Continue reading

Featured Edition of the week

Featured Edition of the week