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Wellington's Adam Art Gallery - The Tomorrow People

The Tomorrow People

22 July – 1 October 2017

Curated by Christina Barton, Stephen Cleland & Simon Gennard

Join us for the opening of The Tomorrow People at Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, 6–8pm Friday 21 July 2017. The exhibition will be opened by Green Party candidate Chlöe Swarbrick. As a one-night-only-event, selected attendees will exhibit new experimental clothing produced especially for the opening by art/fashion label Blue Blank.

2–4pm Saturday 22 July
Join the curators and several of the artists for a tour of the exhibition.

The Tomorrow People is an exercise in future-oriented thinking. The exhibition brings together a selection of works from an emerging generation of artists that offer urgent, resourceful and playful possibilities for navigating troubling times.

Participating artists:

Wendelien Bakker, Diva Blair, Jesse Bowling, Teghan Burt, Quishile Charan, Sam Clague, Hikalu Clarke, Claudia Dunes & Rainer Weston, Fresh and Fruity, William Linscott, Isabella Loudon, Theo Macdonald, Annie Mackenzie & Dave Marshall, Ammon Ngakuru, Christina Pataiali’i, Maddy Plimmer, Deborah Rundle, Christopher Ulutupu, Tim Wagg, Daegan Wells, Aliyah Winter, Xun Cao, Yllwbro

With new writing by Eloise Callister-Baker, Casey Carsel, Matilda Fraser, James Hope, Ellie Lee-Duncan, Dilohana Lekamge, Francis McWhannell, Robyn Maree Pickens, Hugo Robinson, Hanahiva Rose, Kari Schmidt, and Balamohan Shingade

With support from The Chartwell Trust and Jim Barr & Mary Barr


ENDS


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