23 June — 15 October
Kaaterina Kerekere, Te Rawheoro (still from Takuahiroa),
digital motion graphic, 3min 15sec.

Courtesy of the artist.

23 June — 15 October
Wairau Māori Art Gallery
Event Type
Kaaterina Kerekere
Lonnie Hutchinson

Hutchinson works in multiple visual media, producing performance, installation, digital works, prints and sculpture as well as her signature paper cut-outs. Exhibiting internationally as well as throughout New Zealand, Hutchinson’s solo and group shows include ‘Pasifika Style’s, University of Cambridge Museum, United Kingdom (2006-8); ‘L’Art Urbain du Pacifique’, Castle of Saint-Aurent, Limousin, France (2005); ‘Samoa Contemporary’, Pātaka, Porirua (2008) and ‘This Show Is What I Do’, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2005). In 2012 Hutchinson was invited to take part in ‘HOME AKL’ at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, a major exhibition showcasing the work of significant Pasifika artists (Jul-Oct 2012). Hutchinson's works are held in the permanent collections of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, National Gallery of Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, The Dowse Art Museum, and the New Zealand High Commission in Washington, amongst others.
Read more

Rangi Kipa
Karl Chitham
Ngā Puhi, Te Uriroroi

Karl Chitham is Director of the Dowse Art Museum and Head of Arts & Culture at Hutt City Council. He formerly held roles as the Director and Curator of Tauranga Art Gallery and Senior Curator at Rotorua Museum. He has extensive experience as a curator having worked with many leading Aotearoa and international artists. He has written for numerous projects and was co-author/editor of Crafting Aotearoa: A Cultural History of Making in New Zealand and the Wider Moana Oceania (2020), an Ockham NZ Book Awards finalist.

Portents for our Future Selves

He tāmaki mō o tātou ake āpōpō