07 May – 12 May 2021

Conversation Pieces

Exhibition
13 Apr – 18 May 2021

Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns with Rangituhia Hollis, Ana Iti, Alex Monteith, Sione Monu and Gary-Ross Pastrana

Cinema
Sione Monu, *Only Yesterday*, 2020. Alex Monteith, *Deep Ocean Currents*, 2020.
01 Mar – 05 Jun 2021

Artist in Residence: Jade Townsend

Artist in Residence
Image: Harry Were
27 Feb – 20 Aug 2021

Manawa i te Kāniwha, a mural by Abigail Aroha Jensen and Georgina Watson

Exhibition
Design: Felix Henning-Tapley, 2021 Image: Sam Hartnett, 2021.
27 Feb – 10 Apr 2021

Un-Documented: Unlearning Imperial Plunder by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

Cinema Programme
24 Feb – 01 May 2021

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

Exhibition
17 Feb – 17 Feb 2021

The Drift-Kōrewa: ruangrupa Podcast Series

Podcast
14 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

Koloa: Fafine, ‘Aati, Mo e Tekinolosia / Women, Art, and Technology

Exhibition
Detail: *Koloa: Fafine, ‘Aati, Mo e Tekinolosia / Women, Art, and Technology*

*Ta'ovala Fala Vala (Fefine)*, made by Fakasisi Pele from tafua tonga (pandanus), Haveluloto, Tonga, c.1980–⁠1990

Photograph by Sam Hartnett Installation view: *Koloa: Fafine, ‘Aati, Mo e Tekinolosia / Women, Art, and Technology*

Photograph by Sam Hartnett
14 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

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

Exhibition
Design: Amy Yalland, 2020.
06 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

OUTGOING DESPATCH- street cinema programme

Exhibition
*Let there be light* (still)
Lisa Reihana
(3min 33sec) 
2001
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 2002. *Volution* (still)
Alicia Frankovich
(2min 41sec) 
2011
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 2012.
08 Aug – 17 Oct 2020

New Artists Show 2020

Exhibition
*Arotahi*
Matt Ritani
Glass
2020

Image: Sam Hartnett *Lalaga i fala (weaving (of) the mat)*
Sitting area
Jasmine Tuia
Video
8 minutes
2020
08 May – 16 Jul 2020

Artspace Aotearoa Digital Residency

Exhibition
06 Mar – 04 Jul 2020

Ōtairongo

Exhibition
*Ōtairongo*, Maree Sheehan. Credit: Sam Hartnett 2020
01 Feb – 07 Feb 2020

Queer Pavilion 2020

Elsewhere
22 Nov – 20 Dec 2019

Summer Programme 2019

Exhibition
Illustration: Son La Pham
11 Oct – 09 Nov 2019

‘4/4’: Severine Costa, Xander Dixon

Exhibition
*Ab(so)lution*
Second-hand blue sink and taps, fish tank, garden piping,
hand pump, tumeric soap, monitoring charts
Severine Costa
2019

Image: Andreea Christache *Opening Night*

*The Archive*
Concertina folder, paper, pencils, ruler, pencil sharpener,
erasers
Severine Costa
2019
30 Aug – 28 Sep 2019

‘4/4’:Daniel John Corbett Sanders, Anh Trần

Exhibition
*The Symbolic*
Acrylic, Flashe, oil, and spray paint on linen 2400 x 1900mm
Anh Trần
2019

Image: Andreea Christache *Your Thin Red Line*
Acrylic, Flashe, and spray paint on linen 2400 x 1900mm Anh Trần
2019
07 Jun – 17 Aug 2019

Guy Ngan: Either Possible or Necessary

Exhibition
*Newton Post Office Mural*, Aluminium, 2900 x 7250, Courtesy of Auckland Art Gallery, 1973 
*Maquette for Millenium Tree*, Wood and metal rods, 360 x 510 x 510, Courtesy of the Ngan Family, 1999 
*Nineteen Seventy Six*, Acrylic and lacquered wood Courtesy of Cordy’s, 1976
*Select pages from Guy Ngan Scrapbook Unfinished*

Image Credit: Sam Hartnett *Newton Post Office Mural*, Aluminium, 2900 x 7250, Courtesy of Auckland Art Gallery, 1973 
*Nineteen Seventy Six*, Acrylic and lacquered wood, Courtesy of Cordy’s, 1976
*Select pages from Guy Ngan Scrapbook Unfinished*

Image Credit: Sam Hartnett
07 Jun – 17 Aug 2019

Guy Ngan: Heritage Registration

Exhibition
Guy Ngan, Q&V Mural [TBC], ANZ Queen Street, 1960 [TBC] Guy Ngan, [title unknown], Presbyterian or Methodist Church, [date unknown]
07 Jun – 17 Aug 2019

Guy Ngan: Whakamāui Recovery Positions by Mark Harvey

Exhibition
15 Mar – 25 May 2019

Layover

Exhibition
*Layover*, 2019.

*Kai as Koha* (detail), BC Collective, multimedia installation, Bot Pots black clay, Macs red clay, Primo Paper clay, Macs white clay, Coyote underglazes and Abbotts clear glaze, black acrylic, digitally printed wallpaper, hiapo, miscellaneous meals, 2019. 

Image: Sam Hartnett 2019
16 Nov – 01 Apr 2019

Rozana Lee: Above The Sofa

Exhibition
16 Nov – 02 Mar 2019

Fiona Jack: Riverbed

Exhibition
*Fiona Jack: Riverbed*, 2018

2. *Workshop space*, 2018.

Image: Monique Redmond, 2018 *Fiona Jack: Riverbed*, 2018

3. *Traces*, Fiona Jack et. al, 2017-18.

Image: Sam Hartnett 2018
15 Sep – 20 Oct 2018

The River Remains; ake tonu atu

Exhibition
*The River Remains; ake tonu atu*, 2018


9. *The Yellow Brick Road Home* (detail), Faamele Etuale, household items, bricks, felt lei, and old family photos, 2018.


Image: Sam Hartnett 2018 *The River Remains; ake tonu atu*, 2018


3. *A Desire for Elsewhere*, Bronte Perry, mild steel, river rock, oioi, carex, muka, soil, linen, 2018.
4. *Te Rarawa and Maniapoto NSN 130711394-0033*, Tayla-Rose Kamira Campbell, graphite, 2015.
6. *Even Though You Give Me A Growling, I’ll Be Waiting In Your Wings, Ake Tonu Atu* (detail), Tyson Campbell, new materilaism, pond-cage, Tapu Ngāpuhi mud, piano script, witch stop stolen from Ponsonby mansion, Ralph Hotere inspired laser, decorative red ribbon, gift box, unfired seemingly apolitical clay, treaty-esque ink, egg shells to reference fragility, hickory horse bow and arrow, 2018.
8(i). *Breeding Negotiations: Assessment Criteria for Potential Opportunities* (detail), Olyvia Hong, colander, ceiling fan propellers, wood, chains, mirrored perspex, 2018.


Image: Sam Hartnett 2018
01 Jun – 28 Jul 2018

Susan Te Kahurangi King: Paperdwellers

Exhibition
Susan Te Kahurangi King, *Paperdwellers*, 2018

Image: Sam Hartnett, 2018 Susan Te Kahurangi King, *Paperdwellers*, 2018

Image: Sam Hartnett, 2018
04 Apr – 19 May 2018

Most Things Happen When I Am Asleep

Exhibition
*Most Things Happen When I Am Asleep*, 2018

1.*Toofprints*, Alice Yard, 31 posters and 31 postcards, 2018.

Image: Sam Hartnett 2018
02 Feb – 17 Mar 2018

Sorawit Songsataya: Starling

Exhibition
Sorawit Songsataya, *Starling*, installation view, 2018

Image: Sam Hartnett, 2018
27 Oct – 22 Dec 2017

Ex-Ante

Exhibition
*Ex-Ante*
October 27 - December 22

Installation View, Fiona Amundsen, 'Like a Body Without Skin, To Each Other/Way of Life' (2016), HD Video, 26:58

Photograph by Sam Hartnett *Ex-Ante*
October 27 - December 22

Seamus Harahan, 'Cold Open' (2014), DVPal, sound, 13:28

Photograph by Sam Hartnett
08 Sep – 14 Oct 2017

OFFSTAGE 8

Exhibition
Janet Lilo, *Crouching Boys* (2017) | Vinyl Cameron Ah Loo-Matamua with Wai Ching Chan, Ara Ariki Houkamau and Joseph Swanney.
04 Aug – 02 Sep 2017

Dirt Future

Exhibition
Tash Keddy
*Autonomy in four stages *(2017) | Multimedia
With contributions from: (Top to bottom, left panel)
Isaac Aggrey *Vaping in the Cinema*, Seb Martley
*Untitled*, Oliver Gilbert *Children of Darkness*,
Hamishi Farah *Luke Willis Thompson*, (Top to bottom,
right panel) Te Ariki Alistair Campbell *boys will be
boys*, Selena Gerzic *strangely arousing*, Tash Keddy
*History of Interior*, Diva *Blair Smash City*, Dotti
Neugebauer *Venus*

Image: Samuel Hartnett Joanna Neumegen
*valium in a silk bag* (2017) | Security door and
window, letters

Image: Samuel Hartnett
18 May – 01 Jul 2017

Singular Pluralities ∞ Plural Singularities

Exhibition
(link: http://artspace-aotearoa.nz/exhibitions/yuki-kihara-coconuts-that-grew-from-concrete text: - Yuki Kihara: *Coconuts That Grew From Concrete*) (link: http://artspace-aotearoa.nz/exhibitions/sarah-smuts-kennedy-frequency-of-the-earth text: - Sarah Smuts-Kennedy: *Frequency of the Earth*)
18 May – 01 Jul 2017

Yuki Kihara: Coconuts That Grew From Concrete

Exhibition
18 May – 01 Jul 2017

Sarah Smuts-Kennedy: Frequency of the Earth

Exhibition
18 May – 01 Jul 2017

Shannon Te Ao: te huka o te tai

Exhibition
24 Mar – 28 Apr 2017

Biographies of Transition: Too Busy To Think

Exhibition
18 Mar – 18 Mar 2017

FAFSWAG: Disruption Vogue Ball

Exhibition
FAFSWAG: Disruption Vogue Ball 2017 FAFSWAG: Disruption Vogue Ball 2017
11 Feb – 25 Feb 2017

Offsite Exhibition: Pride 2017

Exhibition
Sorawit Songsataya, 
*Independent Woman *
VHS transferred to digital 
(4”55) Colour/Silent
2016 *48. Decolonise Aotearoa.*
Excerpt from *ABOLITIONIST DEMANDS* 
Toward the End of Prisons in Aotearoa by No Pride in Prisons. 
Published 2016 by No Pride in Prisons Press.
 www.noprideinprisons.org.nz
03 Feb – 17 Mar 2017

Politics of Sharing/ On Collective Wisdom

Exhibition
*Politics of Sharing/ On Collective Wisdom*, 2017 *Politics of Sharing/ On Collective Wisdom*, 2017
10 Nov – 22 Nov 2016

Potentially Yours, The Coming Community

Exhibition
23 Sep – 29 Oct 2016

New Perspectives with Simon Denny

Exhibition
*Salty Tears and Sugarcane Fields*
Quishile Charan
cotton, haldi (turmeric), mud, rope, wood, textile, ink
2016 Mark Schroder
*There are too many white men in this world / The
victims all had one thing in common*
2016

Hannah Valentine [and throughout main gallery]
*Actionadaptation*
cast bronze, steel, foam, furniture castors and FilmPro Digital Green acrylic
2016
03 Sep – 15 Sep 2016

Offstage 7

Exhibition
From left:

Pilimilose Manu
*‘Untitled’ *
(2016) | 7:42, 9:02 | Time based media CRT installation

Valasi Leota-Seiuli
*‘Toe Fa’afoi foi a’u’* (2016) | Performance, Time based media and installation Talia Smith

*‘A long distance relationship (one)’ *
(2016) | 2:06 Time based media
05 May – 25 Jun 2016

Peace of Mind

Exhibition
Khaled Sabsabi, *99 *(2010). 
2 channel video from multimedia installation, scent, 2min.
20 Feb – 22 Apr 2016

The Bill

Exhibition
Foreground:

*Auckland Pride Parade*
Nilbar Güreş
2015

*various darkroom, digital and Polaroid prints*
Teghan Burt and George Rump
2016

Background from left:

*Maureen at Elam*
Fiona Clark
1973

*Sparkies tattoo, Vulcan lane*
Fiona Clark
Auckland
1974

*Suck my Wot*
Fiona Clark
Club 47
New Plymouth
1997

*Jo on Vulcan Lane*
Fiona Clark
Auckland
1974

*Untitled*
Paul Johns
1979

*Hands off ‘hot’,*
Paul Johns
Sunday News
July 1979 *various darkroom, digital and Polaroid prints*
Teghan Burt and George Rump
2016