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One Point One Exhibition: Entwined


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Notice of Exhibition

Website: www.whagareiartmuseum.co.nz


ONE POINT ONE EXHIBITION:

ENTWINED

10 May - 18 APRIL 2008

A GROUP EXHIBITION OF MULTI-MEDIA ARTWORKS BY MAJOR NEW ZEALAND ARTISTS THAT REFLECT THE ENTWINING OF BOTH MAORI AND EUROPEAN TRADITIONS IN NEW ZEALAND ART.

E-North’s second annual ‘One Point One’ Exhibition is based around the NCEA Visual Arts 1.1 requirement for students to research art and artworks from Maori and European traditions.

Entwined is a group exhibition of major New Zealand artists presenting multi-media artworks that aims to provide students and the public with a “close encounter” with large, graphic and powerful works that encompass a cross-fertilisation of traditions in the artwork of New Zealand artists.

Artists: Laurence Berry; Shane Cotton; Robert Ellis; Jacqueline Fraser; Richard (Dick) Frizzell; Rodney Frumpson; Ralph Hotere; Brett Graham; Michael Illingworth; Emily Karaka; Robin Kahukiwa (TBC); Richard Killeen; Paratene Matchitt; Manos Nathan; Faith McManus; Ruben Paterson; Kura Te Waru Rewiri; Peter Robinson and Tony de Latour; Theo Schoon; Richard Shortland Cooper; Ross T Smith; Colleen Urlich
Waiaata; John Walsh.

Thanks to: Ferner Gallery, John Leech Gallery, Warwick Henderson Gallery, Wallace Trust Collection and the Whangarei Art Museum Collection and the individual artists.

ENDS

This exhibition will be available on-line to view on the Whangarei Art Museum website: (www.whangareiartmuseum.co.nz)

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