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Permanent Exhibitions From - Auck Art Gallery

Main Gallery - Exhibitions and Public Programme until
December 1999.

PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS FROM THE GALLERY’S COLLECTIONS

Gallery 1 Historical New Zealand Art FREE ENTRY
An exhibition of portraiture, history and lanscape painting from colonial New Zealand art. It includes a selection of portraits by Goldie and Lindauer, as well as the display Visible Women featuring works by New Zealand’s early women artists.

Gallery 2 The Journey is the Destination FREE ENTRY
A display of works by New Zealand artists such as Tony Fomison, Gretchen Albrecht, Pat Hanly and Laurence Aberhart, which contrasts how they explored issues of identity, place and memory during the 1960s.

Gallery 5 Divine Inspiration FREE ENTRY
European art from the 12th to 17th Centuries. Linked by their religous themes, the works in this exhibition come from the Mackelvie Trust Collection and give a broad coverage of the developments that took place during the transition from Medieval through Renaissance to Baroque art.

Gallery 6 Pavilioned in Splendour FREE ENTRY
A dense Salon-style installation of European paintings and sculptures covering the 16th to early 20th centuries.

TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

Gallery 3 Andy & Friends Until 14 November FREE ENTRY
Works from the Gallerys collection by artists such as Roy Lichenstein, James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, R. Kitaj and Claes Oldenburg who were working at the same time as Andy Warhol.

Gallery 4 Ukiyo-e, The Art of the Floating World Until 14 November FREE ENTRY
An exhibition of Japanese woodblock prints from the Edo period (1603-1863) which record moments of respite from a highly structured society.

Gallery 4 Face to Face 1 October - 16 January
An exhibition of self portraits by New Zealand artists as diverse as Frances Hodgkins, Christopher Perkins, Lois White, Colin McCahon, Jeffrey Harris, Tony Fomison, Philip Clairmont and Peter Peryer, showing a range of art periods, styles and interpretations of how they see themselves.

Galleries 7,8,9,10,11,12 & 13
THE WARHOL LOOK: GLAMOUR, STYLE, FASHION Until 14 November
$12, Conc. $10
Andy Warhol - cultural phenomenon, controversial pop artist, illustrator, photographer, film producer,publisher, costume designer, painter and icon of his time - is celebrated in this major new exhibition. Acknowleged as this decade’s landmark exhibition of Warhol’s art, The Warhol Look examines Warhol’s fascination with glamour, style and fashionability. Including more than 500 objects from the Andy Warhol Museum and other international collections, it presents a selection of Warhol’s own paintings, films, fashion designs and photographs along with the works of 60 other contemporary artists and designers.


New Gallery
$4, Conc. $2 entry charge applies

TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

Galleries 4,5,6 and the upper foyer.
Stories we tell ourselves: The Paintings of Richard Killeen Until 5 December. The first major survey of Killeen’s work, this exhibition presents work from Killeen’s early paintings through to his later cut-out works. A common theme throughout the exhibition is how the stories we tell ourselves shape and form our personal and political identities.

Gallery 3 New Zealand The Millennium: The Shadow Catchers
Until - 3 October
A millennium exhibition of photographs by local and international photographers capturing moments throughout New Zealand between February to March this year.

Window Work: Atea by Dion Hitchens, Until 3 September Atea uses the traditions and technologies of two different cultures, European and Maori, to create a work which is evocative of both.


Events Entry to the public programme is with the exhibition ticket. Events may be subject to change.

SEPTEMBER
1 pm Wed 22
Talk - Visible Women: a gallery talk by Kendrah Morgan, Assistant Curator, New Zealand Art. Gallery’s main building Gallery 1.

6 pm Thurs 23
Lecture - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion.
‘A Pop Phenomenon: The Art of Andy Warhol’. Chris Saines, Director, Auckland Art Gallery.
Auditorium, admission $5 $3 Conc.

1 pm Sat 25
Talk - The Stories we tell ourselves: The Paintings of Richard Killeen Dr Claudia Bell, University of Auckland, will discuss aspects of social change reflected in Richard Killeen’s imagery.
New Gallery, Exhibition admission

Friends 10.30 am Wed 29
Coffee morning & tour - Ron Brownson, Curator, New Zealand and Pacific Art, takes a tour of Out of the Shadows: A Photographic Tribute to New Zealand. Coffee $1

1 pm Wed 29
Talk - Top of the Pops, a gallery talk in this display of American, British and New Zealand Pop Art. Mary Kisler, Mackelvie Curator, International Art. Galllery’s main building Gallery 3

6 pm Thurs 30
Lecture - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion. ‘Glass, Death and Fashion: Warhol and shopping’ a lecture by Allan Smith, Curator, Contemporary Art Auditorium, admission $5 $3 Conc.

OCTOBER

1 pm Sat 2
Talk - The Stories we tell ourselves: The Paintings of Richard Killeen A gallery talk by the artist. New Gallery, by admission


Friends 10.30 am Wed 6
Coffee morning & tour - View Visible Women with Kendrah Morgan, Assistant Curator, New Zealand Art. Coffee $1

1 pm Wed 6
Talk - Face to Face, a talk on self portrait’s from the Gallery’s collection.
Kendrah Morgan Assistant Curator, New Zealand Art. Gallery’s main building Gallery 4.

Thurs 7 Open Late until 8:00, last admission at 7:00pm
Event - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion. Fifteen minutes and counting: Evenings with Icons, 6:30 & 7:30? Warhol was drawn to the flamboyant subculture of drag, and attracted to the idea of personal transformation. In Fifteen minutes and counting, icons of our own subculture tell their stories using a combination of performance and dialogue.
Exhibition admission

Friends 10.30 am Wed 13
Coffee morning & tour - View The Warhol Look Glamour, Style, Fashion with Allan Smith, Curator, Contemporary Art. Coffee $1

Thurs 14 Open Late until 8:00 -last admission at 7:00pm
Event - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion. Fifteen minutes and counting: Evenings with Icons, 6:30 & 7:30 Warhol was drawn to the flamboyant subculture of drag, and attracted to the idea of personal transformation. In Fifteen minutes and counting, icons of our own subculture tell their stories using a combination of performance and dialogue.


9:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat 16
Seminar - Stories we tell ourselves: A seminar Dr Francis Pound, Laurence Simmons, Anna Miles and others present lectures which explore different aspects of this artist’s work. Registration for this day-long seminar is essential, please call 307 7728 or collect the form from the Gallery.
Auditorium $25 $20 Conc.

Friends 10.30 am Wed 20
Visit - Gary Nash’s Glass Art studio $5

Thurs 21 Open Late until 8:00 -last admission at 7:00pm
Event - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion. Fifteen minutes and counting: Evenings with Icons 6:30 & 7:30 Warhol was drawn to the flamboyant subculture of drag, and attracted to the idea of personal transformation. In Fifteen minutes and counting our own icons of this same subculture tell their stories using a combination of performance and dialogue.

Thurs 28 Open Late until 8:00 -last admission at 7:00pm
Fashion Event - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion ‘Take a walk on the wild side’The Warhol Look: A Fashion Show 6:30pm Wild fashion influenced by The Warhol Look and designed by top fashion students from Auckland Institute of Technology. A cat-walk show with professional models from Nova Models groomed by Cut Above in an evening that combines glamour, style and fashion. Enjoy a walk on the wild side of fashion as well as refreshments and a another chance to view The Warhol Look: Style Glamour Fashion.
Exhibition admission

NOVEMBER

Friends 1 pm Wed 3
Lecture - Cousens Jewellery Fingers Free Meet Lower Grd Flr.

6 pm Thurs 4
Lecture - The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion. ‘Warhol the Filmmaker: after Kiss,Haircut, Eat.’ Ron Brownson, Curator New Zealand and Pacific Art
Auditorium, admission $5 $3 Conc.

1 pm Sat 6
The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion
Films - A selection of films by Andy Warhol, Programme 1
Auditorium, admission $5 $3 Conc.

Friends 10.30 am Wed 10
Visit - North Shore City Art Awards. Coffee and muffins $6

1 pm Sat 13
The Warhol Look, Style Glamour Fashion
Films - A selection of films by Andy Warhol, Programme 2
Films Auditorium, admission $5 $3 Conc.

Friends 10.30 am Wed 17
Visit - North Shore potter Graeme Storm. $5

Sat 20
Stories we tell ourselves: The Paintings of Richard Killeen
Children’s workshops - ARTWORKS tutor Tanja Nola
Telling Stories Tall and Short, ages 5-7years, 10:30-11:45
Pieces of a Picture Puzzle, ages 8-12years, 12:15-2:15
New Gallery Studio, enrolment essential ph. Michael 307 7728

6 pm Tues 23
Lecture - The analysis of synthetic paint binders. Dr Tom Learner from the Tate Gallery, London presents a lecture on his research into analytical techniques of 20th century artists’painting media. Late last year Dr Learner carried out analysis of samples from paintings by Colin McCahon for the Gallery. Auditorium, Free.

Friends 6.30 am Tues 23
Christmas party - In the exhbition The Lure of the Sea, introduced by Mary Kisler, the exhibition’s curator.

Sat 27
Stories we tell ourselves: The Paintings of Richard Killeen
Children’s workshops - ARTWORKS tutor Tanja Nola
Telling Stories Tall and Short - ages 5-7years 10:30-11:45
Pieces of a Picture Puzzle ages 8-12years 12:15-2:15

New Gallery Studio, enrolment essential ph. Michael 307 7728

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