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Ruth Buchanan’s new publication EVACUATION TAPES is now online! A collection of writing that posits the very real paradox of the precarious and staunch (female) body as lived and encountered within society, front and centre. It looks at the ways in which certain life structures draw out or exaggerate the relationship between these forces—the weak, the strong. The collection explicitly folds out from a selection of poems by J. C. Sturm, one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most significant Māori women writers of the twentieth century. Sturm’s poetry is placed in relation to new writing by five women working today: Ruth Buchanan, Anna Gritz, Sarah Hopkinson, Hanahiva Rose, and Sriwhana Spong.
Meg Porteous has a solo exhibition
opening at Neo Gracie, Auckland. Until 10 Oct, 2020.
Nicholas Mangan has been named as a finalist in the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2020. Prize winners will be announced at 6pm on November 11, 2020.
Shannon Te Ao will give a floor talk introducing the new work in
Mā te wā
the gallery on Saturday, 10 October from 2pm. All welcome!
Nick Austin has a solo exhibition
opening at Paludal, Christchurch. From 29 Aug, 2020.
Across three nights May Fair is hosting an online screening of the film programme
featuring works by Selina Ershadi, Anna Rankin, Meg Porteous and Joanna Margaret Paul. Going live from 6pm, 25 August.
Anoushka Akel has a solo exhibition
(Red Legs) Hot Head
, opening at Goya Curtain, Tokyo. From 4 – 27 Sept, 2020.
The Object, The Host, The Terrain
, new writing by Hamish Win on the work of Richard Bryant, Patrick Lundberg and Oliver Perkins is now online.
Shannon Te Ao’s film installation,
Ka mua, ka muri
, opens to the public on August 13th at Remai Modern, Saskatoon, Canada. Until 3 Jan, 2021.
Dane Mitchell participates in KölnSkulptur #10 at the Skulpturenpark Köln (Cologne Sculpture Park). Curated by Tobias Berger, opening August 2020.
Shannon Te Ao will participate in the Edinburgh Art Festival. From 30 July – 30 August 2020.
by Dane Mitchell will be exhibited at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. From 1 Aug – 1 Nov, 2020. The artist will give a floor talk at the gallery on Sunday 2 Aug at 3pm.
Meg Porteous has been selected for the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre’s Artist Residency Programme 2020.
Dane Mitchell will participate in
Thinking About Thinking About the Future
, a group exhibition curated by Chloe Geoghegan at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Auckland. From 27 Jun – 27 Sep, 2020.
Dane Mitchell will participate in the Bangkok Art Biennale, Thailand. Opening 29 Oct, 2020.
Dane Mitchell has a solo exhibition
Letters and Documents
curated by Christina Barton at the Adam Art Gallery, Wellington. From 2 Jun – 16 Aug 2020.
Mossman is pleased to be participating in the Auckland Virtual Art Fair, 30 Apr – 17 May 2020. We will be making an online presentation of works by Anoushka Akel, Bill Culbert, Nicola Farquhar, Séraphine Pick, and Meg Porteous.
Renee So participates in
, at Goldsmiths CCA, London. An online walkthrough of the exhibition with curator Natasha Hoare is available here.
Mossman now represents Séraphine Pick. We are pleased to announce a solo exhibition with Pick in June 2020.
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