In lieu of the doors to our favourite K’ Road galleries being open, we’ve compiled a virtual walk through the precinct, to showcase their pages on our Virtual Fair.
We recommend signing into the Virtual Art Fair first with your email and contact details, so you can navigate using the links below.
Starting at the intersection of K’ Road and East Street, and going along K’ Road, down Putiki Street and finally around the corner to Winchester St.
Presenting a solo show of works by Sriwana Spong, an artist of New Zealand and Indonesian descent currently living and working in London. Sriwhana is a nominee for the 2020 Walters Prize.
Jalal Asgher’s graphite on paper works, Bill Hammond’s lithographs, Peter Madden’s collages, Martin Selman’s marble sculptures and Francis Upritchard’s watercolour / gouache paintings feature in this group exhibition of gallery artists.
New and recent photographs and sculptures by Fiona Pardington are featured alongside works by gallery artists Len Lye, Gordon Walters, Billy Apple, The Estate of L.Budd, Ana O’Neill and Jonny Neische.
MELANIE ROGER GALLERY
Illustrating the breadth of represented artists, Melanie Roger Gallery is showing works by Kirstin Carlin, Emily Wolfe, Stanley Palmer, Grace Bader, Henrietta Harris, Gavin Hurley, Robin Neate and Sam Mitchell.
Two Rooms presentation is a curated collection of artworks by New Zealand and Australian artists that brings a new generation to exhibit alongside esteemed practitioners. See outstanding works by Gretchen Albrecht, Leigh Martin, Simon Morris, John Nixon, Jude Rae and Tira Walsh.
FOX JENSEN McCRORY
At the galleries in Auckland and Sydney, Fox Jensen McCrory and Fox Jensen offer presentations of international work alongside some of the most considered practices from our region. Their stand at the Virtual Art Fair is no exception.
TRISH CLARK GALLERY
Deeply sympathetic to the struggles being endured everywhere, Trish Clark Gallery are presenting works by four artists that together carry the flavour of the current zeitgeist, from systems of power under attack to the sustaining potency and pleasures of both the quotidian and the sublime. These artists are Stephen Bambury, Heather Straka, Los Carpinteros, and Eemyun Kang.
Tim Melville is proud to present new work by Aboriginal painter Nongirrnga Marawili from Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Arnhem Land, NT, Australia. These paintings are shown alongside work by gallery artists Johl Dwyer, Star Gossage, Areez Katki, Joe Sheehan and Alberto Garcia-Alvarez.