Exhibitions on Wednesday 19 August

Philippa Blair: Down under cover
Philippa Blair: Down under cover

A feast for the eyeballs after our recent screen-centric lock down, Te Uru presents Down under cover, an energetic series of paintings by internationally renowned contemporary artist Philippa Blair.

4 July - 6 September  |  See event detail
WYF: Where You From
WYF: Where You From

Fresh One Collective has partnered with The Creative Souls Project, Whau the People, Creative New Zealand and Te Uru to bring a contemporary, young and, of course, a FRESH approach on how artist collectives interact with gallery spaces that do not necessarily always represent us.

11 July - 13 September  |  See event detail
Tim Wagg: Working Towards Meaning
Tim Wagg: Working Towards Meaning

Auckland-based artist Tim Wagg works across a variety of mediums including video, installation and digital painting. His work explores the intersections of politics, identity and technology within the context of New Zealand. He considers the tangibility of archives and histories, and examines the visual languages surrounding moments of political change.

11 July - 13 September  |  See event detail
Thinking About Thinking About the Future
Thinking About Thinking About the Future

A new group exhibition developed over the lock down period that thinks about the future through the current moment. 

Featuring: Anna Sew Hoy, Dane Mitchell, Edith Amituanai, Josephine Cachemaille, Paul Cullen, Laura Duffy and Aliyah Winter with InsideOUT.

27 June - 27 September  |  See event detail
About walking
About walking

About walking is a series of performative and participatory walks that travel across Auckland with Te Hau ā Uru – the West Wind.

The walks are artworks – guided experiences leading audiences and participants across Auckland – created by twelve artists and one writer: Rodney Bell, Suzanne Cowan, Vanessa Crofskey, Christina Houghton, Melissa Laing, Jeremy Leatinu’u, Lana Lopesi, Andrew McMillan, Richard Orjis, val smith, Pīta Turei, Layne Waerea and Becca Wood.

22 September - 30 November  |  See event detail

Coming up soon

On the Last Afternoon: Disrupted Ecologies and the Work of Joyce Campbell
On the Last Afternoon: Disrupted Ecologies and the Work of Joyce Campbell

On the Last Afternoon unfolds a forcefield of relations between photography, philosophy, ecology, material history, science fiction, and the care and reading of sacred and symbolic landscapes, that have evolved over the course of Joyce Campbell’s near three-decade career. Shifting scale from the microscopic to the global, she uses techniques from photography’s two-hundred-year history to give visible form to the beauty, complexity and sheer perseverance of life under threat.

19 September - 22 November  |  See event detail
Wayne Youle: Elevation
Wayne Youle: Elevation

Te Uru presents an exhibition of new work by Wayne Youle, made during his studio residency at McCahon House in 2019. Spilling out from the Learning Centre Gallery into Te Uru’s stairwell, Elevation is anchored by a large sculpture that cuts across the centre of the gallery. This is based on the famously open-air children’s bunkroom underneath the McCahon cottage and brings an imagined section of McCahon House into the gallery. Throughout this exhibition, Youle mixes history with design and sculpture, demonstrating a deep engagement with the McCahon legacy.

26 September - 29 November  |  See event detail
James Charlton: Thrown
James Charlton: Thrown

Testing the limits of interactive art, James Charlton’s THROWN is a major new installation to experience at Te Uru this spring. A series of free-standing mechanical structures will populate the gallery like strange sporting equipment, programmed and loaded with hundreds of tennis balls, ready to be released into the air and collected by a team of voluntary agents.

3 October - 29 November  |  See event detail

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