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Get on the case – and don’t miss out on the early bird

Saturday, June 1, 2013

You have fewer than 10 days to secure an Early Bird Collector’s Package as well as go in the draw to win a case of Kim Crawford Small Parcel Pinot Noir.

Available now for the special price of $250, a Collector’s Package secures a ticket to all of the key functions including the exclusive Collector’s preview, the gala Vernissage, the keynote lecture from Knight Landesman, publisher of Artforum and a 4-day VIP pass to the fair and other privileges.

All you have to do to secure your collectors package and be in to win this delightful tipple is to book on line before July 1. Bookings at: i-ticket.co.nz

OZZIE STARS

We’re thrilled to have such a strong representation from Australian exhibitors who will join galleries and artists from all over New Zealand for the Fair. Many of these galleries take part in international fairs around the world so their enthusiasm for the Auckland Art Fair is recognition of what the New Zealand art community has to offer.

You’ll be able to read more about our Australian participants and the artists they represent in our daily bulletins and on our web: www.artfair.co.nz but we thought you might like a bit of a heads up to what you’ll see on show at the new Viaduct Events Centre – a work of art itself!

INTRODUCING

Darren Knight Gallery

Darren Knight Gallery – Sydney, has been representing Australian, New Zealand and international contemporary artists since 1992 and will have a dynamic showing.

Artists: Jon Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Michael Harrison, Patrick Hartigan, Noel McKenna, Michael Stevenson, Ricky Swallow, Ronnie van Hout and Louise Weaver.

 

David Pestorius

David Pestorius – Brisbane – and Berlin-Mitte, has an international focus holding at least six shows each year. At the Auckland Art Fair David Pestorius Projects will present David Hullfish Bailey’s collaborative CityCat Project.

Artist: David Hullfish

 

Dominik Mersch Gallery

Dominik Mersch Gallery – Sydney, is known for showing sought-after and challenging contemporary European and Australian artworks, selected from a wide range of artists in different phases of their career from the established to the emerging. The gallery aims to create a space for communication and discussion in the field of contemporary art.

Artists: Isidro Blasco, Marion Borgelt, Giacomo Costa, Elger Esser, Tim Johnson, Clemens Krauss, Helen Pynor, Norbert Schwontkowski

 

Greenaway Art Gallery

Greenaway Art Gallery – Adelaide, seeks to challenge audiences to learn more about the world through contemporary art and exhibits local, national and international works. The gallery director, an Australian-government-approved-valuer, offers advice for collecting at all levels.

Artists: Sally Smart, Imants Tillers, Jenny Watson

 

Martin Browne Contemporary

Martin Browne Contemporary – Sydney, specialises in works by New Zealand, Australian and international artists, presenting an extensive programme of solo and curated exhibitions over two gallery spaces.

Artist: Linde Ivimey

 

Neon Parc

Neon Parc – Melbourne, will represent Trevelyan Clay at the Fair 2011 who incorporates both Western and Aboriginal painterly traditions in his vivid works.

Artist: Trevelyan Clay

 

Niagara Galleries

Niagara Galleries – Melbourne, show cutting-edge artists, while celebrating and respecting contemporary art’s modern roots. The gallery has chosen a cool, minimal and austere presentation of sculptures and paintings for the Auckland Art Fair 2011.

Artists: Rick Amor, Paul Boston, Robert Bridgewater, Gunter Christmann, Jennifer Jospeh, Euan Macleod, Noel McKenna and Wilma Tabacco.

 

Sutton Gallery

Sutton Gallery – Melbourne, represents emerging and established artists including Helen Johnson whose dramatic and colourful floor-based installation El Grande will greet visitors as they walk in.

Artists: Stephen Bush, Helen Johnson David Jolly, Lindy Lee, John Meade and Kiki Smith

 

Utopian Slumps

Utopian Slumps – Melbourne, is a curator-run dealer gallery, or commercial space. Representing eleven artists from Australia and New Zealand, the gallery has retained its of-the-hand aesthetic and commitment to the creative development and experimentation of artists.

Artists Mark Rodda, Jake Walker

 

WHERE TO STAY

If you are travelling to Auckland especially for the event, SKYCITY Grand, our hotel partner has put together some great deal including one especially for our collectors. The rate is $179 per night for 3 consecutive nights. Once you have registered for a Collectors package, you’ll receive the link to access this exclusive offer.

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