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Public programmes at City Gallery

Public programmes at City Gallery this Friday and next week


AES + F, Tondo #16,
from the Last Riot 2 series, 2005-07. © AES+F and courtesy
Triumph Gallery, Moscow and Multimedia Art Center,
Moscow
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AES + F, Tondo #16, from the Last Riot 2 series, 2005-07. © AES+F and courtesy Triumph Gallery, Moscow and Multimedia Art Center, Moscow

ARTIST’S TALK
Friday 14 March, 12.30 pm
Join artist Victor Berezovsky for a look at his Michael Hirschfeld Gallery exhibition Grotto: wall works by Victor Berezovsky. Victor will be joined in conversation by the exhibition’s curator, Abby Cunane.


SPECIAL NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS EXHIBITION TOURS
Mon 17 Mar 12:15pm
Weds 19 Mar 12:15pm

WEEKEND EXHIBITION TOURS
Starting Easter weekend:
Saturday 21, Sunday 22 March and Easter Monday 23, 1pm
Learn more about the current exhibitions and impress your family and friends! Our free exhibition tours are a great way to get more out of your visit to City Gallery Wellington. Tours run every Saturday and Sunday at 1pm. No bookings required. Meet in the Gallery foyer.

www.citygallery.org.nz

ENDS


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Now Showing... until June 15
AES+F: Last Riot
Aniwaniwa
Reboot: The Jim Barr and Mary Barr Collection

MICHAEL HIRSCHFELD GALLERY: Grotto: wall works by Victor Berezovsky (7 March - 13 April 2008)
SQUARE2: The RK Project, 2007, Arawhetu Berdinner (until 7 April 2008)


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