11 May – 9 June 2017
What does a rigid male-female binary exclude or preclude?
This exhibition considers how gender stereotypes pertaining to Pacific arts are challenged in Aotearoa-New Zealand. Static works will be complemented by video works, made by established and emerging artists.
• Juliana Browneyes-Clifford • Sulieti Fieme‘a Burrows • Tui Emma Gillies • Angus Gillies • Jimmy Kouratoras • Ana Tupou Lakusa • Vea Mafile‘o • Emily Mafile‘o • Karlo Mila • Visesio Siasau • Reina Sutton • Jay Tauamiti • Lisa Taouma • Tracey Tawhiao • Serene Tay
Special events during the exhibition are:
Monday 15 and Monday 29 May. Gallery open 11am -3pm. Artist in Residence Tui Emma Gillies. Tui will be painting tapa and available to discuss her work and techniques with you.
Thursday 18 May 1pm "Women's Work—in theory and practice" An exhibition discussion featuring artists and academics in conversation featuring artists Tui Emma Gillies and Sulieti Fieme‘a Burrows, anthropologist Dr Phyllis Herda and art historian Dr Billie Lythberg.
Gallery hours: 10am - 6pm Wednesday and 10am - 4pm Thursday & Friday
Other times by appointment.
Phone (09) 470 3805 or email: email@example.com
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