5th Auckland Triennial

McCahon House Trust is very excited to be hosting, in partnership with Australian Government and Australia Council for the Arts, the Artist Collective Healy and Cordeiro. They are here as participants in the 5th Auckland Triennial If you were to live here… organised by Auckland Art Gallery with major partner AUT University. More than thirty artists and collectives from around the world... Read more


Rohan Wealleans in ArtNews

Rohan Wealleans was featured in the 2013 Autumn issue of Art News, both on the cover and with an article about his studio practice.      "Auckland artist Rohan Wealleans caps off a highly successful decade with a large show about wizards in Wellington, and a provocative collaboration with British artist Sarah Lucas in London." Read the full article in Art News.


Ruth Buchanan residency editions

Ruth Buchanan has created a series of seven works Sensitive Fingertips I - VII. The digital photographs depict an assemblage of research materials and created objects generated in response. The name Sensitive Fingertips relates to a reference found during her research in a NZ Herald (1954) -“ Tall, gentle Mrs. Ilse von Randow has developed such sensitive fingertips that in China she learnt... Read more


Headland Sculpture on the Gulf

Auckland Council is currently negotiating to permanently place Headland Sculpture on the Gulf installation by Regan Gentry   on Waiheke .   Read full story on the Stuff website


Kathy Barry exhibited at Bowen Gallery

Kathy Barry exhibited her pencil drawings and watercolours at Bowen Galleries in Wellington. The Trust has editions of her pencil drawings available for purchase


Kauri and Art Seminar

Kauri Dieback Sadly two dead kauri at the McCahon House were felled on Tuesday 29 January. These were some of the same trees which inspired the artist Colin McCahon throughout the 1950s while he lived at the cottage. He produced over 50 works with kauri in the title. Unfortunately kauri dieback disease has spread throughout the property and many of these trees are in serious decline.... Read more


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