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In the old police barracks at No. 1 Ponsonby Road, Artstation houses a community gallery showing art from the diverse communities within Auckland City. It is funded by Auckland City's Recreation and Community Services an...

The Academy Galleries are the public face of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, which celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2008. The Academy Galleries host regular exhibitions showcasing high quality fine art and craft...

The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū is the public art gallery for the Nelson region. Established in 1899 as a memorial to Bishop Andrew Burn Suter, the second Bishop of Nelson, The Suter is the oldest regional art...

Dunedin Public Art Gallery has one of the largest and most comprehensive art collections in the country, including significant holdings of New Zealand works from 1860 to the present, outstanding collections of historical...

Our Vision An accessible, exciting and innovative regional public art gallery which is a source of pride to the Ashburton District community. Our Purpose * To present a varied, thought provoking and innovative p...

Due to a significant earthquake risk the Sarjeant Gallery staff and collection have moved to a temporary gallery at 38 Taupo Quay across the road from it's satellite space above the I-site. With dynamic regularly chan...

The Gallery houses one of the foremost public art collections in New Zealand, including superb Canterbury paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, photography and applied arts. Its dynamic programme offers a range of coll...

Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts is the public art gallery for Manukau City. Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts is a nationally significant art gallery presenting exhibitions and projects by local and international artists. Te Tuhi ...

Blue Oyster is a contemporary art project space that encourages experimental and innovative art practices. Since opening in 1999, the Blue Oyster has presented a range of divergent artists and practices and focused on pr...

In the mid 1960’s James Wallace has began collecting New Zealand art, particularly that of emergent artists. In 1992 he transferred his Collection to the newly formed Charitable Trust and proceeded to fund the trust so t...

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