27 Feb – 20 Aug 2021

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

Exhibition
Image: Sam Hartnett, 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 Mar 2021

The Drift-Kōrewa: ruangrupa Podcast Series

Podcast
14 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

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

Exhibition
Design: Amy Yalland, 2020.
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*

*Kafa Pulu*, made by Tina Taumoefolau from raw and dyed pulu (coconut husk fibre), 2018

Photograph by Sam Hartnett 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
06 Nov – 05 Feb 2021

OUTGOING DESPATCH- street cinema programme

Exhibition
*Hauturu Doc* (still)
Mladen Bizumic
(with soundtrack ‘Adagio Under My Thumb’ by the Rolling Stones).
(1min 44sec) 
2003
Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. *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
*Art Travel Boxes 1-10*
Luke Shaw
2020

Image: Sam Hartnett *Kei Matairangi tōku kainga ināianei*
Louie Zalk-Neale
Video and Found objects
2020

Image: Sam Hartnett
08 May – 16 Jul 2020

Artspace Aotearoa Digital Residency

Exhibition
06 Mar – 04 Jul 2020

Ōtairongo

Exhibition
*Ōtairongo*, Maree Sheehan. Credit: Sam Hartnett 2020 *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
*Pole marker (1)*
Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
Framed, 175 x 165 mm
Xander Dixon
2019

*Pole marker (2)*
Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
Framed, 175 x 165 mm
Xander Dixon
2019

*Pole marker (3)*
Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
Framed, 175 x 165 mm
Xander Dixon
2019

*Pole marker (4)*
Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
Framed, 175 x 165 mm
Xander Dixon
2019

*Pole marker (5)*
Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
Framed, 175 x 165 mm
Xander Dixon
2019

*Pole marker (6)*
Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper
Framed, 175 x 165 mm
Xander Dixon
2019

*Untitled (pole markers)*
15 powder-coated aluminium tubes
2000 x 25 mm (appx)
Xander Dixon
2019

Image: Andreea Christache *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
30 Aug – 28 Sep 2019

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

Exhibition
*Urban Legends (1).*
Archival pigment print on Ilford Galerie fine art smooth matt paper 900 x 900mm, framed
Daniel John Corbett Sanders
2019

*Urban Legends (2).*
Archival pigment print on Ilford Galerie fine art smooth matt paper 900 x 900mm, framed
Daniel John Corbett Sanders
2019

*Urban Legends (3).*
Archival pigment print on Ilford Galerie fine art smooth matt paper 900 x 900mm, framed
Daniel John Corbett Sanders
2019

*Outsider Artifact*
Sun sculpture from the entranceway to ‘Basement Specialist Adult Store and Cruise Club’ imprinted in non-firing natural clay, acrylic paint, cigarette butt, ash. Daniel John Corbett Sanders
2019

*Q.O.T.R.L. (Queen of the Rainbow Leis)* 
F​eaturing Tashera Farrah Carter aka Taz Filmed on Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Running time 4.24
Daniel John Corbett Sanders 
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 
*Nineteen Seventy Six*, Acrylic and lacquered wood, Courtesy of Cordy’s, 1976
*Select pages from Guy Ngan Scrapbook Unfinished*

Image Credit: Sam Hartnett *Maquette for Millenium Tree*
Wood and metal rods
360 x 510 x 510
Courtesy of the Ngan Family 
1999

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, Q&V Mural [TBC], ANZ Queen Street, 1960 [TBC]
07 Jun – 17 Aug 2019

Guy Ngan: Whakamāui Recovery Positions by Mark Harvey

Exhibition
Auckland City Council Town Planning Maps with T. P. [Town Planning] Numbers
MAP OF PROPERTIES IN THE GREYS AVENUE AREA SHOWING RESULTS OF SURVEY OF HOUSING CONDITIONS
1952 / 1935
Archives’ reference: ACC 005/954
15 Mar – 25 May 2019

Layover

Exhibition
*Layover*, 2019

*Gallony Ave*, Edith Amituanai, giclee pigment print, 2007.

Image: Edith Amituanai
16 Nov – 01 Apr 2019

Rozana Lee: Above The Sofa

Exhibition
16 Nov – 02 Mar 2019

Fiona Jack: Riverbed

Exhibition
15 Sep – 20 Oct 2018

The River Remains; ake tonu atu

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

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.

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


8(ii). *Breeding Negotiations: Play with Control*, Olyvia Hong, plastic and ceramic dog figurines, 2018.

8(iii). *Once you’ve done a bit of winning, the bug has bitten*, Olyvia Hong, screen print on polyvinyl acetate, 2018.


Image: Sam Hartnett 2018
01 Jun – 28 Jul 2018

Susan Te Kahurangi King: Paperdwellers

Exhibition
Susan Te Kahurangi King, *Paperdwellers*, 2018

8. *Untitled*, Susan Te Kahurangi King, graphite, coloured pencil, and crayon on pencil, c. 1975 - c. 1980.

Image: Courtesy Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington
04 Apr – 19 May 2018

Most Things Happen When I Am Asleep

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

9. *MASS collector’s item* Auto Italia South East with Pablo Jones Soler and Natasha Tontey, Cemeti-Institute for Art and Society, 2018.

Image: Sam Hartnett 2018
02 Feb – 17 Mar 2018

Sorawit Songsataya: Starling

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

Image: Sam Hartnett, 2018 Sorawit Songsataya, *Starling*, 2018

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

Ex-Ante

Exhibition
*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
Jasmine Te Hira, *born with silver spoons in our mouths* (2017) |
Video, object, custom made vitrine
04 Aug – 02 Sep 2017

Dirt Future

Exhibition
Sione Monu
*Untitled Mana Woman #1 *(2017) | Pastel on paper
*Untitled Mana Woman #2 *(2017) | Pastel on paper
*Untitled Mana Woman #3* (2017) | Pastel on paper
*Untitled Mana Woman #4* (2017) | Pastel on paper

Image: Samuel Hartnett 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
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
Billy Apple®, *Seven Day Sun Tan*, 1963. Offset photo lithography on
canvas, 1020 x 760mm. Shown for the first time

Billy Apple®, *Fingers and Posteriors*, 1963. Series of offset photo
lithography on canvas, 1070x 940mm Shown for the first time

David Hockney, *Untitled (American Ass)*, 1965. Graphite and coloured
markers on paper, 338 x 210 mm (drawing), 540 x 400 x40 mm (frame)
Shown for the first time
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
*I hate you, I hate you, I hate you, because I
don’t hate you; I love you...* Opening
2017 Paul Johns, 
*It is*
flamingo neon
2007-2017
03 Feb – 17 Mar 2017

Politics of Sharing/ On Collective Wisdom

Exhibition
Daniel Maier-Reimer with Shannon Te Ao
• *Daniel Maier-Reimer’s journey from Auckland to
Christchurch, presented by Shannon Te Ao (Tēnei ao
kawa nei, tēnei one kawa, tēnei ao kawa nei).*Three
archival pigment prints, framed. 1310 x 910mm each,
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
Motoko Kikkawa
*Big drawings*
watercolour and ink on paper
2016 Aroha Novak

*Financial Considerations*
embroidery on cotton
2015

*False hopes*
embroidery on cotton
2015

*The Brook Project *
book
2015

*Pond*
embroidery on cotton
2015

*Ownership*
embroidery on cotton
2015

*Burning couch*
embroidery on cotton, paint
2015
03 Sep – 15 Sep 2016

Offstage 7

Exhibition
Pilimilose Manu
*‘Untitled’ *
(2016) | 7:42, 9:02 | Time based media CRT installation Kelsi Tulafono
*
05 May – 25 Jun 2016

Peace of Mind

Exhibition
Matthew Galloway, *The Ground Swallows You* (2016). 
Printed posters, vinyl, newsprint publication.
20 Feb – 22 Apr 2016

The Bill

Exhibition
*Tea Room*
William E. Jones
1962/2007
(14:59mins) *various darkroom, digital and Polaroid prints*
Teghan Burt and George Rump
2016