Join us on Saturday 9 September from 4-6pm to welcome two new exhibitions to Te Uru.
There Is Nowhere to Go, There Is Nothing to Do brings together a focused selection of photographs by Tāmaki Makaurau-based artist Greta Anderson, produced between 1997 and 2022. The exhibition anticipates the launch of a new monographic publication of the same title, designed by exhibition curator New Public and published by Rim Books.
We’re also welcoming Ihirangaranga / Resonances of the Forest from collective research project Toi Taiao Whakatairanga. Between 2021 and 2023, the collective commissioned eleven Māori artists to develop new works through engagement with communities in areas affected by myrtle rust and kauri dieback. The artists and their collaborators have drawn from mātauranga Māori and Western science to explore grief, healing and restoration.
These exhibitions have been generously supported by Artmount & Framing Matters, Creative New Zealand, Two Rooms, and Ngā Rākau Taketake / New Zealand’s Biological Heritage National Science Challenge.
09 September, 4-6pm