Back of House turns the tables on the art gallery, bringing together artists, art works, curators and technicians who make the tools of their trade and their working processes the subject of three discrete presentations, a “live” archiving project, and a curated public programme.
Office, storeroom, studio, workshop, archive. Back of House turns the tables on the art gallery, bringing together artists, art works, curators and technicians who make the tools of their trade and their working processes the subject of three discrete presentations, and a “live” archiving project.
These exhibitions demonstrate how creative practitioners are responding to and finding visual, material and aural means to engage with the deep history and precarious present of our planet.
Image Processors, Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery’s new exhibition surveys a history of moving-image works that focus on mass media.
Millie Riddell is Adam Art Gallery's intern for 2020
Art History student Lachlan Taylor has been selected to take up the inaugural curatorial internship at Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi at Victoria University of Wellington.
Rethinking the relation between art and the body
Bad Visual Systems centres on the work of New Zealand artist Ruth Buchanan who conceptualised and designed the exhibition in response to the interior spaces of Victoria University of Wellington’s on-s
Adam Art Gallery revisits art history in three new shows Adam Art Gallery will unveil three new exhibitions this week that revisit neglected or overlooked aspects of art history.
Thursday 20 March, 6pmAdam Art Gallery
SYMPOSIUM: AFTER THE EVENT Friday 9 August – Saturday 10 August, 2013 Adam Art Gallery and Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Architecture A symposium bringing together artists, ar