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'Wild Season' Exhibition Opening Next Week

'Wild Season' Exhibition Opening Next Week At City Gallery

Painting for Pinot
City Gallery Wellington
TUES 23 - SUN 28 JAN 2001
Admission free

* Organised by Pinot Noir Festival, curated by Keith Stewart

* 12 New Zealand artists commissioned to make a new work in return for a case of Pinot Noir-selected, according to the curator, for their enthusiasm for Pinot Noir and for representing the excellence and diversity of current NZ art.

* All works except the Grahame Sydney are for sale-refer to work
labels for dealer gallery

* Exhibiting artists:
* Gavin Chilcott
Bill Culbert
Bill Hammond
Chris Heaphy
Michael Hight
Ralph Hotere
Richard Killeen
Simon McIntyre
Kathryn Madill
John Reynolds
Grahame Sydney
Denys Watkins

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