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Auckland Art Gallery Events for January 2002

Auckland Art Gallery Events for month of January 2002

Exhibitions

That 70s Show
This collection based exhibition evokes the cultural and stylistic era of the 70s in New Zealand art in relation to international art practice.
Until 17 February
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Jesus the man: Colin McCahon’s vision of a saviour
This exhibition looks at some of the key early paintings of Colin McCahon.
Until 3 February
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

The Cartoon Show
This exhibition illustrates four centuries of local and international comic art and popular culture.
Until 1 April
Admission Fee
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Darkness and Light: Looking at the landscape
Australian and New Zealand artists come together in a landscape exhibition including painting, photography and installation.
Until 13 January
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

The Art of Michael Illingworth: A Tourist in Paradise Lost

26 January – 21 April
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Erika: A portrait by Peter Peryer
Photographs
An exhibition of 24 images of Peryer's portraits of his wife of 20 years, Erika Parkinson.
Until 28 January
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700
The 4th New Zealand Jewellery Biennale Grammar: subjects and objects
An exhibition that explores the relationship between subject and object through the work of 24 artists who communicate the subject of jewellery.
Until 28 January
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Xu Bing: Introduction to new English calligraphy
An interactive installation which challenges the viewer to open his mind to new concepts around linguistic tradition.
Until 28 January
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

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