Upcoming at Artspace Aotearoa and elsewhere ? Artspace Aotearoa runs its programmes from our main space on Karangahape Road. We are part of a larger local and international art community and, sometimes, we post about events happening elsewhere to support that whakawhanaungatanga.

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Artspace Aotearoa is now open for 2021. Nau Mai, haere mai.

Credit: (Wall pieces from Left) 

*Ngatu Tahina, Hangatonu*, feta’aki by Women’s Group Kautaha Painitu’ua. Painting by Matei & Mona Ta’ufo’ou. Commissioned by Para Site, Hong Kong. Feta’aki (mulberry bark), commercial inks and tongo (black pigment from mangrove bark), ‘umea (red clay pigment). Haveluloto, Tonga 2019. 

*Ngatu ‘uli*, produced by Women’s Group Mate’ aki for the first edition of Koloa: Women, Art and Technology, Feta’aki (mulberry bark), commercial inks and tongo (black pigment from mangrove bark), ‘umea (red clay pigment), Haveluloto Village, Tonga 2019.
Image: Sam Hartnett, 2020.
06 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

OUTGOING DESPATCH- street cinema programme

*Yokohama Linework* (still)
Shaun Gladwell
(16min 33sec) 
Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 2010. *Hauturu Doc* (still)
Mladen Bizumic
(with soundtrack ‘Adagio Under My Thumb’ by the Rolling Stones).
(1min 44sec) 
Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
14 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

WE ARE HERE: Artists Moving Image from the British Council Collection and LUX.

Design: Amy Yalland, 2020.
19 Jan 2021

RADICAL INTIMACIES, Beatrice Gibson, Rehana Zaman and Stephen Sutcliffe.

Cinema Programme
Beatrice Gibson, *I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead*, 2018 still. Courtesy of the artist and LUX.
23 Jan 2021

Exhibition: Urutā, Tame Iti, Saturday 23 January 2021

23 Jan 2021

Luva Mo e Ofa atu Tuna (Taha)

Public programme
24 Jan 2021

LUX Scotland: GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW – Artists’ Moving Image Festival Thu 21 –Sun 24 Jan 2021

25 Jan 2021

Luva Mo e 'Ofa atu Tuna (Ua)

Public programme
27 Jan 2021

Luva Mo e 'Ofa atu Tuna (Tolu)

Public programme
28 Jan 2021

Objectspace: Courtyard Plinth Commission Request for Proposals.

28 Jan 2021

The Drift - Kōrewa: Boycott, Leader and the Victim

The Drift - Kōrewa
19 Feb 2021

Opening: I Think You Like Me, But I’ve Been Wrong About These Things Before, Natasha Matila-Smith

Design: Felix Henning-Tapley, 2021.
20 Feb – 24 Apr 2021

I Think You Like Me But I’ve Been Wrong About These Things Before

Design: Felix Henning-Tapley, 2021. Design: Felix Henning-Tapley, 2021.
03 Mar 2021

Enjoy Gallery: Call for Proposals


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Previously at Artspace Aotearoa

08 Aug – 17 Oct 2020

New Artists Show 2020

Claudia Kogachi
From the series *All The Careers I’ve Ever Considered Doing In Order To Finance My Art Career*
Machine tufted rugs
1520 x2140

Image: Sam Hartnett *Paeroa*
Ashleigh Taupaki
Concrete forms of the Kaimai and Coromandel-Moehau mountain ranges.

*Kei Matairangi tōku kainga ināianei*
Louie Zalk-Neale
Video and Found objects

Image: Sam Hartnett
08 May – 16 Jul 2020

Artspace Aotearoa Digital Residency

06 Mar – 04 Jul 2020


*Ōtairongo*, foyer. Credit: Sam Hartnett 2020 *Ōtairongo*, Maree Sheehan. Credit: Sam Hartnett 2020

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Reading room

Birthing a New Ocean
Elisapeta Heta
October 2020
'Globalist Girl Gang', a poem by Millie Dow
Millie Dow
October 2020
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Nausea
Millie Dow
August 2020

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Artspace Aotearoa is a non-profit contemporary art organisation located on Auckland's Karangahape Road. Admission is always free.

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