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AUG 26

Govett-Brewster raises $3,000 for Taranaki Safe Families Trust

26 August 2010

On Saturday 21 August the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery auctioned a community-knitting art project initiated by Beijing based artist Yin Xiuzhen and involving 384 knitting collaborators. The auction of the Khata scarf 2010 raised $3,000 for the Taranaki Safe Families Trust.   Taranaki Safe Families... More »

AUG 21

Garden architecture, landscape and globalisation projects by Song Dong (with Song ErRui) and Yin Xiuzhen launched by Govett-Brewster

21 August 2010

The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery launched Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen’s major new projects on 21 August, 2010. The two important works, by two of China’s most respected artists, were created during a three week artist residency during August in New Plymouth. This is the final instalment of the... More »

AUG 06

Foremost Chinese artists Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen create two major new works for the Govett-Brewster

06 August 2010

The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery recently welcomed to New Plymouth artists Yin Xiuzhen, Song Dong and their seven year old daughter, Song ErRui. As the final stage in the Govett-Brewster’s year long China in four seasons project, Yin Xiuzhen and Song Dong (in collaboration with Song ErRui) will... More »

JUN 03

China in four seasons: Song Dong + Yin Xiuzhen

03 June 2010

This final instalment in the Govett-Brewster’s year-long investigation of contemporary art from China sees two artists, Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen, present installations, sculptures, video works and new site-specific projects that respond to the dynamic rate of social, economic and urban change... More »

APR 22

Govett-Brewster’s winter shows tackle community and social issues

22 April 2010

Pertinent issues of community, consumption and change are at the heart of the winter suite of exhibitions coming soon to the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. The Gallery’s 2009/10 New Zealand Artist in Residence, Fiona Jack presents a collaborative archival endeavour delving deep into the rich history... More »

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