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Featured Exhibitions

Len Lye <em>Flip and Two Twisters (Trilogy)</em> 1977, 2016 at the Len Lye Centre. Govett-Brewster Collection. Photo Bryan James
Flip and Two Twisters (Trilogy)
  • 12 Oct 2016 — 26 Mar 2017
  • Len Lye Centre
Intense, frightening and beautiful, the expertly engineered, Trilogy is Lye’s most compelling sculpture. Info
<em>Len Lye</em> c.1979. Image courtesy of the Len Lye Foundation Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
Len Lye: Experimental Moves
  • 10 Dec 2016 — 26 Mar 2017
  • Len Lye Centre
The pivotal years that saw Len Lye shift his focus from experimental film to tangible motion sculpture Info
Maree Horner <em>Diving Board</em> 1974-98. Govett-Brewster Art Gallery Collection
All Lines Converge
  • 17 Dec 2016 — 20 Mar 2017
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
An exhibition of work by Aotearoa New Zealand artists, from the 1970s until today, with key works from the Govett-Brewster Collection Info
Paul Bonet
Revealed #2 – Florian Pumhösl and Paul Bonet
  • 8 Apr — 23 Jul
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
Our pocket exhibition series Revealed shows work from the private collections of artists, exposing friendships, artists admired and global connections Info
Tom Kreisler <em>Night Weather</em> 1984.
1270 x 1050mm, Acrylic and dyes on canvas.
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery Collection. Purchased with the assistance of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand in 1987
Open Collection #3: Tom
  • 27 Mar — 30 Jul
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
Argentinian-born Tom Kreisler became one of New Plymouth’s most treasured artists, known for injecting humour into painting and drawing through the use of puns, poems and doodles. Info
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Flip and Two Twisters
  • Free daily screenings (except Tuesdays)
  • Weekdays 11am and 11.15am weekends

A documentary about Len Lye, the great film-maker and kinetic sculptor.

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