Jonathan Smart has been showcasing contemporary New Zealand art since 1987. The gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary visual art, ranging from painting and photography to sculpture and moving image work.Read More
Exhibitions change on a monthly basis.
Adrian Burr and Peter Tatham's art collection will be sold by Art+Object and it could be New Zealand's most lucrative art auction ever.
Pandemic misery finds company in artworks responding to the Fukushima disaster, the Christchurch earthquake, and other calamities stretching back 3.2 billion years.
During the Auckland Art Fair, a host of intriguing exhibitions are being mounted around the city.
The video was created by Chelsea Winstanley, director of a forthcoming documentary on the sprawling survey of Māori contemporary art.
The Telegraph described it as an "ambitious and astonishing exhibition" while Guardian art critic Jonathan Jones declared he didn't just like the art but wanted to live in the world it portrays. H
An anonymous arts donor wrote a cheque for $500,000 to complete the Lighthouse sculpture on Auckland's Queens Wharf when construction costs went through the roof.
Auckland Art Fair puts the spotlight on this city as a place to see the best in contemporary art from the Pacific Rim. Dionne Christian asks some of the artists what 'place' means to them — in partic
Te Papa's biggest change since opening 20 years ago has been revealed for the first time. Its new gallery space Toi Art is the equivalent of 15 tennis courts in size. It has increased the national m