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HENRIETTA HARRIS | HIDDEN PEOPLE | Opening and Exhibition

An exhibition of new work by HENRIETTA HARRIS as a result of her 2018 NES Artist Residency in Skagaströnd, Iceland where she responded to the unique and challenging environment with a new landscape series.

Henrietta Harris is an Auckland, New Zealand-born artist known for her series of distorted watercolour and oil portraits, and her sparse ink and pencil drawings. Since graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Auckland University of Technology, Harris has steadily built up a name for herself and has exhibited world-wide. Through outstanding technical skills, she captures feelings of lingering in time, loneliness and doubt with her sensitive subjects. Her portrait paintings provoke emotion with their dream-like palettes- eyes are downcast, faces turned away, doubled in a glitch, obscured by an arrogant pink swish.

Harris also paints smoky, dreamy landscapes and seascapes in her muted colours, often covering these with pink or mist. She's also well-known for her faceless ball-point pen 'hair' drawings.
Harris has exhibited in New Zealand, Miami, Melbourne, LA, New York, London, Paris, and more. This will be her second solo exhibition with Melanie Roger Gallery and our first exhibition opening of 2019.

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To enquire: info@melanierogergallery.com
To view our current evolving Summer group exhibition featuring work by gallery and selected guest artists click here.
Please note that this exhibition ends this Friday 22nd February and we will not be open Saturday 23rd.



For gallery news click here
EMMA FITTS | In the Rough Parts 1, 2 &3 | Te Uru
CLAUDIA JOWITT | Art News magazine
PETER PERYER | Art New Zealand magazine
TIFFANY SINGH | Toi Art | Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of NZ


Melanie Roger Gallery is located at 444 Karangahape Rd in Newton.
We have limited parking available behind the gallery. Please contact us to enquire.
Otherwise there is metered parking on the street and there are two carparks within 100 metres of the gallery on Howe St (underneath the over bridge) and on the corner of Gundry St and K Rd.
Major bus services to the area include the Inner Link and Route 18 within metres of the gallery.
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