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AOTEAROA ART FAIR

NEXT FAIR:
1 – 4 May 2025
Viaduct Events Centre
Auckland, New Zealand

Aotearoa Art Fair, New Zealand’s premier event for contemporary art, returns to Auckland from 1 – 4 May 2025. One of the most significant art events in New Zealand’s cultural calendar, the Fair welcomes thousands of local and international visitors each year.

The Fair spotlights the breadth and diversity of contemporary art in our region, bringing together leading galleries from New Zealand and Australia to showcase a range of works by emerging and established artists.

Since 2024, the Fair has been under the ownership of the organisers of international art fairs: Sydney Contemporary, Art SG, Taipei Dangdai, and Tokyo Gendai. Leveraging their international expertise and vast network of connections, this promises an exciting future and will take the event to new heights.

Whether you’re a seasoned collector, occasional buyer, or just curious about art, this is your opportunity to browse and buy from hundreds of works. From painting to sculpture, print to ceramics, there’s something for everyone at the Aotearoa Art Fair.

Aotearoa Art Fair 2025 tickets will go on sale in the summer.

GALLERIES

The Aotearoa Art Fair showcases leading galleries from Asia and beyond, offering a comprehensive look at the remarkable diversity of the Asia-Pacific region. Through modern and contemporary works, the fair presents a wide range of artistic perspectives, highlighting both established and emerging artists in these fields.

PROGRAMME

The Aotearoa Art Fair programme offers a compelling blend of activities alongside the gallery presentations; including an engaging talks programme, live performance art, large-scale sculptures, interactive workshops and more.

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Just announced: Lottie Consalvo has joined Nanda\Hobbs as a represented artist. 

The Melbourne-born artist’s practice is rooted in the exploration of the invisible world. Her work navigates the intersections of the physical, internal, and limitless—challenging conventional notions of reality and urging us to embrace what is unseen and unknown. 

Learn more via @nandahobbs 👏

Pictured: Lottie Consalvo, In Great Force 2022.

#ArtExhibition #ArtDaily #ContemporaryArt
Just announced: Lottie Consalvo has joined Nanda\Hobbs as a represented artist. 

The Melbourne-born artist’s practice is rooted in the exploration of the invisible world. Her work navigates the intersections of the physical, internal, and limitless—challenging conventional notions of reality and urging us to embrace what is unseen and unknown. 

Learn more via @nandahobbs 👏

Pictured: Lottie Consalvo, In Great Force 2022.

#ArtExhibition #ArtDaily #ContemporaryArt
Just announced: Lottie Consalvo has joined Nanda\Hobbs as a represented artist. 

The Melbourne-born artist’s practice is rooted in the exploration of the invisible world. Her work navigates the intersections of the physical, internal, and limitless—challenging conventional notions of reality and urging us to embrace what is unseen and unknown. 

Learn more via @nandahobbs 👏

Pictured: Lottie Consalvo, In Great Force 2022.

#ArtExhibition #ArtDaily #ContemporaryArt
Just announced: Lottie Consalvo has joined Nanda\Hobbs as a represented artist. The Melbourne-born artist’s practice is rooted in the exploration of the invisible world. Her work navigates the intersections of the physical, internal, and limitless—challenging conventional notions of reality and urging us to embrace what is unseen and unknown.  Learn more via @nandahobbs 👏 Pictured: Lottie Consalvo, In Great Force 2022. #ArtExhibition #ArtDaily #ContemporaryArt
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On now: Sanderson Contemporary presents Kāryn Taylor’s solo exhibition, ‘Visual Linguistics’, showcasing her mastery in multi-disciplinary art.

Taylor manipulates light, form, and shadow to create self-illuminating light boxes and installations that challenge our perception of reality’s foundations. Influenced by geometric abstraction, her work explores spiritual, temporal, and perceptual realms beyond physical grasp.

📅 On now - 7 July
📍 Auckland

Learn more via @sandersoncontemporaryart 

Pictured:
Halo, 2024
Folded, 2024
Super Logic, 2024
On now: Sanderson Contemporary presents Kāryn Taylor’s solo exhibition, ‘Visual Linguistics’, showcasing her mastery in multi-disciplinary art.

Taylor manipulates light, form, and shadow to create self-illuminating light boxes and installations that challenge our perception of reality’s foundations. Influenced by geometric abstraction, her work explores spiritual, temporal, and perceptual realms beyond physical grasp.

📅 On now - 7 July
📍 Auckland

Learn more via @sandersoncontemporaryart 

Pictured:
Halo, 2024
Folded, 2024
Super Logic, 2024
On now: Sanderson Contemporary presents Kāryn Taylor’s solo exhibition, ‘Visual Linguistics’, showcasing her mastery in multi-disciplinary art.

Taylor manipulates light, form, and shadow to create self-illuminating light boxes and installations that challenge our perception of reality’s foundations. Influenced by geometric abstraction, her work explores spiritual, temporal, and perceptual realms beyond physical grasp.

📅 On now - 7 July
📍 Auckland

Learn more via @sandersoncontemporaryart 

Pictured:
Halo, 2024
Folded, 2024
Super Logic, 2024
On now: Sanderson Contemporary presents Kāryn Taylor’s solo exhibition, ‘Visual Linguistics’, showcasing her mastery in multi-disciplinary art. Taylor manipulates light, form, and shadow to create self-illuminating light boxes and installations that challenge our perception of reality’s foundations. Influenced by geometric abstraction, her work explores spiritual, temporal, and perceptual realms beyond physical grasp. 📅 On now - 7 July 📍 Auckland Learn more via @sandersoncontemporaryart Pictured: Halo, 2024 Folded, 2024 Super Logic, 2024
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Just announced: Sumer now representing Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington-based artist, Matthew Galloway.

Galloway’s cross-disciplinary practice—documentarian and historiographic—engages real issues presented within contemporary culture and our recent past. Informed by a background in design and publishing, his works deploy similar such editorial methodologies and tools.

Learn more via @sumer.nz 

Pictured: Installation view, Infrastructure: power, politics and imagination, Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery @adamartgallery, 2024.

#artgallery #contemporaryart #artdaily
Just announced: Sumer now representing Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington-based artist, Matthew Galloway.

Galloway’s cross-disciplinary practice—documentarian and historiographic—engages real issues presented within contemporary culture and our recent past. Informed by a background in design and publishing, his works deploy similar such editorial methodologies and tools.

Learn more via @sumer.nz 

Pictured: Installation view, Infrastructure: power, politics and imagination, Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery @adamartgallery, 2024.

#artgallery #contemporaryart #artdaily
Just announced: Sumer now representing Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington-based artist, Matthew Galloway.

Galloway’s cross-disciplinary practice—documentarian and historiographic—engages real issues presented within contemporary culture and our recent past. Informed by a background in design and publishing, his works deploy similar such editorial methodologies and tools.

Learn more via @sumer.nz 

Pictured: Installation view, Infrastructure: power, politics and imagination, Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery @adamartgallery, 2024.

#artgallery #contemporaryart #artdaily
Just announced: Sumer now representing Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington-based artist, Matthew Galloway. Galloway’s cross-disciplinary practice—documentarian and historiographic—engages real issues presented within contemporary culture and our recent past. Informed by a background in design and publishing, his works deploy similar such editorial methodologies and tools. Learn more via @sumer.nz Pictured: Installation view, Infrastructure: power, politics and imagination, Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery @adamartgallery, 2024. #artgallery #contemporaryart #artdaily
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