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Exhibitions

Derek Henderson: Milk Run

Derek Henderson: Milk Run

4 July – 11 October 2020 | Holt Gallery | As a photographer, Derek Henderson has a broad ranging practice, working across the genres of fashion, architecture, portrait and landscape. Henderson has spent many years working abroad and he now bases himself between Auckland and Sydney. Even when living overseas, he always maintained his connection with New Zealand and the New Zealand landscape has been a regular feature of his work.

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TIKA TONU 30 Kahungunu Artists

TIKA TONU 30 Kahungunu Artists

8 August - 1 November 2020 | Main Gallery | Curated by Sandy Adsett | TIKA TONU brings emerging and established contemporary painters and sculptors from the iwi of Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairoa, ki Heretaunga, ki Wairarapa together in an exhibition of artwork derived from, but beyond the tradition.

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Eve Kireka: Ahokore Ahikaaroa - Keeping the home fires burning

Eve Kireka: Ahokore Ahikaaroa - Keeping the home fires burning

15 August – 1 November 2020 | Alcove Gallery | In this installation piece, Kireka has explored the feminine elements of the natural world, creating a narrative using light and mixed media to explore the connections between cosmic influences and the future of humanity.

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Akiko Diegel: lost, lost property

Akiko Diegel: lost, lost property

15 August – 1 November 2020 | Foyer Gallery | Japanese-born artist Diegel lives and works in Auckland, her work often dealing with the realisation of existence: Things that are consumed, worn, worked, carried, forgotten or collected.

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Matt Arbuckle: Recto-Verso

Matt Arbuckle: Recto-Verso

24 October 2020 - 24 January | Holt Gallery | Arbuckle’s practice is a process-driven exploration of place, bridging the notions of landscape with the languages of abstraction. He manipulates the fundamentals of scale, format, composition, material, colour and mark-making to produce sculptural paintings that are large, vigorous and bold in the forms they take.

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EAST 2020

EAST 2020

21 November - 28 February 2021 | Main Gallery, Foyer and Alcove Galleries | Hastings City Art Gallery presents EAST 2020, a biennial exhibition celebrating and surveying the current creative practice connected to the Heretaunga Hawke’s Bay region. The works of 54 Hawke’s Bay artists have been selected for the exhibition, which includes painting, ceramics, large-scale photography, video and sculptural installations.

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