Come together and celebrate the opening of our new exhibition season over two weekends for the chance to hear from artists and expert voices. Join us for insights into Archive: alter / image, Diane Arbus: A Box of Ten Photographs and Ngahuia Harrison: Coastal Cannibals.
Re-visiting alter / image: Feminism and Representation in New Zealand Art 1973-1993, one of the exhibitions City Gallery Wellington opened with in 1993, Archive: alter / image presents archival documentation and ephemera from the exhibition, in conversation with artworks by a range of artists included in the original presentation.
On opening day join curator Dr Kirsty Baker for a tour of the exhibition as she explores how the archive expands themes from the 1993 exhibition and considers shifts in discourse over the intervening years.
Full Opening Programme
Saturday 23 September
1pm–2pm Archive: alter / image Curator’s Tour
2pm–3pm Diane Arbus: A Panel Discussion
Saturday 30 September
Drop in for one or stay for the whole afternoon as these floor talks offer new and thought-provoking perspectives. All exhibitions open from 10am on Saturday 23 September. Visit early to view the exhibitions before the afternoon’s programmes.
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