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Quartet Of Artspace Talks

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY AND ARTSPACE PRESENT...the 1st of a quartet of talks by visiting overseas artists.

Elam artist-in-residence, Berlin's KATHARINA GROSSE, currently exhibiting at the George Fraser Gallery. To be introduced by Judy Miller, lecturer in painting at Elam.

6pm Wednesday 11 April at Auckland Art Gallery auditorium. Admission Free.

Thanks to the Goethe Institut and Jenny Gibbs.

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ARTSPACE IN MARCH / APRIL 2001

Bright Paradise at Artspace, featuring a major installation by Paul Morrison, plus work by Paul Seitsema, Tony De Lautour and Ian McDonald, Saturday 3 March at 4pm. Bright Paradise is a joint project with Auckland Art Gallery and the University of Auckland, with support from Creative New Zealand, the Chartwell Trust, the Sue Fisher Art Trust, IFA, the British Council, City Life and Aalto Colour. Until 28 April. Events: Saturday 31 March from noon, Waltzing the Feral, a John Lyall performance. ____________________________

JOIN ARTSPACE: Artspace supports development in contemporary art. You can be part of our work by becoming a member. Members receive invitations to all exhibitions and events, discount admissions to paying events, the right to vote in elections of new trustees, the right to stand as for election as a trustee, and free copies of Artspace publications. Membership comes in two categories: Ordinary, $30/$20 unwaged per annum; and Corporate $250 per annum. Corporate members enjoy special benefits including the opportunity to use Artspace for entertaining evening per year. If you are interested in joining Artspace, simply email us with your address and we will invoice you. ____________________________



ARTSPACE staff: Robert Leonard (director) and Sonya Korohina (administrator) trustees: John McCormack (chair),Derrick Cherrie, Paul Cullen, Steve Davies, Dominic Feuchs, Howard Grieve, Anna Miles, Monique Redmond, Francesca Rudkin and William Somerville.

hours: Tuesday - Friday 10-6 / Saturday 11-4 street address: 300 Karangahape Road, Newton, Auckland, New Zealand postal address: PO Box 68 418, Auckland, New Zealand phone: (64-9) 303 4965 fax: (64-9) 366 1842 e mail: artspace@artspace.org.nz website: http://www.artspace.org.nz

Artspace is a charitable trust whose mission is to present cutting edge contemporary art. Artspace receives major funding from Creative New Zealand.


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