Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Rebecca Baumann at Te Papa


Rebecca Baumann is represented in the Toi Art opening exhibition at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, with Automated Colour Field (Variation 8), 2018. Read more...

Gavin Hipkins in This is New Zealand


Gavin Hipkins's latest project The Homely II is showing at the City Gallery Wellington in the exhibition This is New Zealand. Read more...
Image: Gavin Hipkins, The Homely: Clandon (Hinemihi), 2015

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Laith McGregor: Borrowed Time


Laith McGregor's solo exhibition Borrowed Time runs at the Coloundra Regional Gallery, Queensland. Read More...
Image: Laith McGregor, St Petersburg (2014), wood, plastic, steel, clay, acrylic and enamel

Billy Apple billboard project


The steps taken by Billy Apple to become a registered brand are documented in a billboard project outside a shopping mall in Pakaranga, which runs to 6 May. The project has been organized by Te Tuhi Pakaranga. Read more...
Image: Billy Apple, Art Brand Logo

Rebecca Baumann & Brendan van Hek at the Auckland Art Gallery


This installation by Rebecca Baumann and Brendan van Hek features in the exhibition Other People Think: Auckland's Contemporary International Collection at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. The artwork was gifted to the Gallery by the artists and Starkwhite. Read more...
Image: Rebecca Baumann & Brendan van Hek, Untitled 

Billy's Apple at the Dowse Art Museum


The exhibition Billy's Apple at the Dowse Art Museum looks at personal branding and the construction of identity. Read more...
Image: Billy Apple, Untitled (2102)

Fiona Pardington in This is New Zealand

Fiona Pardington is represented in This is New Zealand at the City Gallery Wellington. The exhibition explores the role art has played in forming and contesting ideas about national identity. Read more...
Image: Fiona Pardington, Quai Branly Suite iof Hei Tiki

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Coming up at Starkwhite


Our next exhibition (opening 13 March) features works by Alicia Frankovich, Ani O'Neill, Estate of L Budd (with Martin Popplewell), et al. (with PANiA Marama Inc.)
Image: et al. with PANiA Marama Inc. (foreground) and Ani O'Neill.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Jim Speers and Clinton Watkins at St Paul St

 
Field Recordings by Guo Zixuan, Li Xiaofei, Tu Rapana Neill, Jim Speers and Clinton Watkins runs at St Paul St Gallery from 23 February to 6 April 2018. Read more...
Image: Len Lye Fountain 1959-60, Len Lye Foundation Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

Friday, January 19, 2018

Coming up


We open our 2108 exhibition programme at Starkwhite with Len Lye: Love Springs Eternal, an exhibition produced with the support of the Len Lye Foundation, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery | Len Lye Centre and Nga Taonga Sound and Vision.
Image: Len Lye Fountain 1959-60, Len Lye Foundation Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

Art Los Angeles Contemporary


Starkwhite presents Laith McGregor and Danie Mellor at Art Los Angeles Contemporary from 25-28 January 2017.
Images: (top) Laith McGregor, Untitled 2017, carved wood, clay, chalk board paint, 240 x 75 mm and (bottom) Danie Mellor, The pleasure and vexation of history 2017, wax pastel, wash with oil pigment, watercolour and pencil on paper,  2200 x 1400 mm

Dialogues, London Art Fair


Former Artspace director Missal Adnan Yildiz with Fiona Pardington in the Starkwhite booth at the London Art Fair (17-21 January), which is part of the Dialogues section curated by Ylidiz. The booth features a selection of photographs from Pardington's series Nabokov's Blues: The Charmed Circle.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Richard Maloy's long-duration video


On Friday 22 December - the longest day of the year in the Southern Hemisphere - Starkwhite will screen Richard Maloy’s video Things I have Seen, (14hr 03min 32sec), an outcome of his three-month residency at the Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo from May – July 2017. The video screens from 5.28am (sunrise) to approximately 7.30pm. The artist wishes to acknowledge the support of Youkobo Art Space Tokyo, Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand
Image: Richard Maloy in the Youkobo Art Space studio

Monday, November 27, 2017

Michael Zavros limited edition book




We are delighted to announce the release of a new book on Michael Zavros, published by Manuscript in association with Starkwhite and Philip Bacon Galleries, and designed by Inhouse. We have a limited edition of the book, which includes an etching by the artist, either in electric blue (as above) or monochrome. Please email contact@starkwhite.co.nz or call on 64 9 3070703 for further details.

Billy Apple's altered staircase at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery


Curated by Wystan Curnow, the exhibition Billy Apple: Further Alterations runs at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery to 11 February 2018. Read more...

John Reynolds: RocksInTheSky...


John Reynolds' exhibition RocksInTheSky... runs in our upstairs gallery to 24 December. Read more...
Image: John Reynolds, RocksInTheSky... (2017), oil stick on acrylic on linen, 800 x 580 mm

Gavin Hipkins: The Domain at the Dowse Art Museum


The survey exhibition Gavin Hipkins: The Domain runs at the Dowse Art Museum to 25 March 2018. Curated by Courtney Johnston the exhibition surveys a range of media used by Hipkins ranging from slides, through photographs to the moving image. It is is also accompanied by an publication designed by Philip Kelly. Read more...
Image: Gavin Hipkins, The Sanctuary: Rotorua (Gateway), 2004

Monday, November 13, 2017

Coming up


Our final exhibition for 2017 is Michael Zavros: The Silver Fox. Read more...
Image: Michael Zavros, Leo is Six (2017), oil on board, 300 x 300 mm

Friday, November 10, 2017

Gordon Walters: New Vision at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery


The survey exhibition Gordon Walters: New Vision runs at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery until 8 April and then travels to the Auckland Art Gallery for a mid 2018 showing. The exhibition is accompanied by a substantial contribution and writing by the three exhibition curators Lucy Hammonds, Laurence Simmons and Julia Waite, along with pieces by other writers including Thomas Crowe. Read more...

Friday, September 29, 2017

Coming up


Our next show by Martin Basher, runs from 6 October to 4 November 2017. First presented as a one-week exhibition at the University of Auckland’s George Fraser Gallery to mark the end of his doctoral studies, this sculptural installation follows Hawaiian Tropic at Starkwhite (1-26 August 2017) where the artist presented a new series of landscape-based paintings revealing the formal genesis of the ultra-saturated, hard-edge abstractions for which he is best known. The two exhibitions situate Basher’s painting and sculptural work in the lineage of display-based artistic practices.
Image: Installation view of Basher' doctoral exhibition at the University of Auckland's George Fraser Gallery, August 2017