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22 March 2017
Newsletter March 2017
Artist talk: Lost in the bush - Cubism in the Waitakeres
Left: Imogen Taylor (Photo: Neeve Woodward), Right: Julia Waite (Photo: Auckland Art Gallery).
Please join us for an after-hours artist talk with current artist in residence Imogen Taylor and Julia Waite, assistant curator at Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki. Amongst other painterly topics this...
27 January 2017
Back with a bang
This summer has been rather gloomy but not our visitor numbers! We have received a record number of summer visitors since we opened the museum door to the public on 4th January. We believe this is largely due to a shorter summer break and also the marvelous Anne McCahon's exhibition currently showing at Te Uru Contemporary...
22 December 2016
Newsletter December 2016
Welcoming the new director - Vivienne Stone
McCahon House Trust warmly welcomes our new director - Vivienne Stone.
Vivienne has had a career spanning both the arts and commercial worlds. She’s been an independent producer in the arts industry across...
28 November 2016
International artist in residence announced
"The future is already here? It is just not evenly distributed" byTaro Shinoda for 20th Sydney Biennale 2016. , (Photo Credit: Artist)
In partnership with Tobias Berger, Head of Art, Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Art, Hong Kong, McCahon House is pleased to announce Taro Shinoda as the recipient of the inaugural...
27 October 2016
Anne McCahon (née Hamblett) Exhibition
Image: Anne Hamblett, Poppies, (1937), oil on board, 456 x 452mm
Hocken Pictorial Collections
Visitors to McCahon House often want to know more about Anne McCahon. To meet the demand for this constant interest, McCahon House embarked on a journey of discovery with a great team, including curator Linda Tyler, researcher...
28 July 2016
McCahon inspired exhibition at Auckland Art Gallery
The days and nights in the wilderness: a constant flow of light falls on the land 1971
Image Credit: Auckland Art Gallery
The Subject in the Land now showing at Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki features works by well known New Zealand artists from the period 'being after McCahon'. The exhibition features work by Colin...