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Wallace Gallery Morrinsville September Exhibition Previews

The Wallace Gallery in Morrinsville is proud to host a joint exhibition preview event for our latest four shows (details below), make sure to come along and support.

Nibbles and refreshments provided.

HERE, NOW, THEN, ALWAYS
Wallace arts Trust Collection Gallery
9th August -13th September 2017
Here, Now, Then, Always is a diverse photography exhibition curated from the extensive body of photographic works held by the Wallace Arts Trust. The collection, accumulated by Sir James Wallace over several decades, is made of many photographic works, across different mediums and periods. This not only presents a wide ranging historical view of New Zealand but is testament to the importance of photography as a witness to our times. The Wallace Arts Trust Collection continues to evolve.
The selected photographs, all by New Zealand artists, highlight the decision-making inherent in building a collection. Important works are shown alongside possible ‘curiosities’ and recent acquisitions. The display of recently acquired work brings the collection of photography held by the Wallace Arts Trust up to the present day. Key of which is Greg Semu’s The Raft of the Manu - Resurrected (2015); a post-colonial re-creation of the painting by Théodore Géricault and the later work by Charles F Goldie with Louis John Steele.
This exhibition is presented as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.

THE AGENBITE OF INWIT
Dale Copeland & Paul Huthinson
Main Gallery
2nd September - 24th September 2017
An uncompromising look at the realities.
Middle English Ayenbite of Inwyt - often translated poetically as ‘the remorse of conscience’ but more literally it is ‘the again-biting of inner wit’, or the again-and-always pain of looking inwards, of seeing self, of seeing the world without the filters of hope or expectations.

EMMA COOK
Community Gallery
2nd Septmber - 24th September 2017
Emma Cook was the winner of 2016’s Waikato Youth section of the National Youth Art Awards, hosted at ArtsPost, Hamilton. As a part of her prize, the young photographer will present a solo show of her recent work in your Community Gallery. Make sure you call into the gallery to support our home grown (Waikato) talent!

PATTERSON PARKIN: NEW WORKS
Flexi Space
2nd September - 24th September 2017
Patterson Parkin presents two new works that mark a new direction in his creative practice. Based in Te Aroha, Patterson has been the recipient of numerous awards including the prestigious MacKenty Award for Fine Arts, has undertaken many commissions, been exhibited regularly throughout New Zealand in internationally in both solo and group shows, and has work in many private collections internationally and in New Zealand.

We hope to see you this Saturday to celebrate the arts with us.

Wallace Gallery Morrinsville
167 Thames Street,
Morrinsville, 3300

07 889 7791

www.morrinsvillegallery.org.nz

Cover image: Red, Solomon Mortimer & Zahra Killeen-Chance (2017), digital print on georgette silk. Part of the Here, Now, Then, Always photography exhibition.

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When

  • Sat Sep 2 2017, 11.00am-1.00pm

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Wallace Gallery
167 Thames Street
Morrinsville

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FREE

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General admission

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Eliza Webster
Phone 07 889 7791
Email assistant.wallacegallerymorrinsville@outlook.com

167 Thames Street, Morrinsville, New Zealand
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