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Art Featured People April 9, 2018

AUCKLAND ART FAIR 2018 | PLAN YOUR TRIP

23 May – 27 May 2018
The Cloud on Auckland’s Queens Wharf
artfair.co.nz

Interlude Gallery / Davis Birks

Interlude Gallery opened to the public in 2015 and has since been running as a Sydney based non-for-profit organisation. With a dynamic group of Australian and Mexican collaborators and contributors, they are set to shake things up at 2018’s Fair as part of the new section Piki Mai: Up Here^^. Their booth will include Davis Birks, Mevna and Mónica Escutia.
Davis Birks, US_MX, 2012, Intervention with 1994 Ford Pickup doors, 130 x 122 x 50 cm, image courtesy of the artist and Interlude Gallery

61 02 9571 6047 / interludegallery.com / Sydney

 

Sullivan + Strumpf / Sanné Mestrom

Sullivan + Strumpf exhibits the work of established and emerging artists at the forefront of contemporary art in the Asia-Pacific region. Sullivan + Strumpf will be showing the work of artists Glenn Barkley, Richard Lewer, and Sanné Mestrom. Mestrom’s practice draws on 20th century modernist works to explore their social, cultural, art historical, and ideological value as objects.
Sanné Mestrom, Untitled (Self Portrait, Underground), 2017, bronze, concrete and steel, 156 x 100 x 83 cm, image courtesy of the artist and Sullivan + Strumpf

61 02 9698 4696 / sullivanstrumpf.com / Sydney / Singapore

 

Neon Parc / Dale Frank

Established in 2006 Neon Parc represents 23 emerging and established Australasian artists from their Melbourne gallery. At the Auckland Art Fair, Neon Parc will be showing a solo of work by Dale Frank. Frank is known for his large-scale reflective paintings and assemblages, which he describes as both seducing and repelling the viewer in-order to evoke sensation.
Dale Frank, Moscow, 2016, Human hair on Perspex, 200 x 200 cm, image courtesy of the artist and Neon Parc

61 401 024 329 / neonparc.com.au / Melbourne

 

Ngātahi Editions / Artspace, Dane Mitchell

Representing New Zealand for the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia in 2019, Dane Mitchell is one to watch. Mitchell is interested in how different forms of knowledge can intersect across the visible and the invisible and together with Artspace has created a print edition and a sculptural edition. The sculptural edition is made of perfume, photographic paper, perspex, and G-clamps. This is an edition of 10 and will be a highly sought-after item at the Ngātahi Editions stand.
Dane Mitchell, Untitled, 2011, 295 x 360 x 90 mm, edition of 10, Perfume, photographic paper, perspex, g-clamps, image courtesy of the artist and Artspace

09 303 4965 / artspace.org.nz / Auckland

 

Bowerbank Ninow / Carl Sydow

Bowerbank Ninow is a gallery and auction house based in Auckland that specialises in both contemporary art and significant work from the modern period. They will exhibit work by Andrew Beck and Carl Sydow at the 2018 Auckland Art Fair. Sydow is considered a pioneer of his generation of New Zealand Sculptors. His ideas were also realised in a prolific drawing practice.
Carl Sydow, Untitled, 1974, Letrafilm, 435 x 715mm, image courtesy of the artist and Bowerbank Ninow

09 307 8870 / bowerbankninow.com / Auckland

 

Milford Galleries / Lisa Reihana

Milford Galleries represents New Zealand artists of international and national influence across a diverse range of media. Their booth at the 2018 Fair will showcase important works by many of the artists they represent, including Mike Crawford, Neil Dawson, Terry Stringer and Lisa Reihana. Reihana represented New Zealand at the 2017 Venice Biennale with her work ‘Emissaries’. Lisa Reihana, Flogging, 2017, pigment print on paper, mounted on aluminium Dibond behind acrylic glass, ed of 9 + 2 ap, panel: 762 x 1000 x 6 mm, image courtesy of the artist and Milford Galleries

03 477 7727 / milfordgalleries.co.nz / Dunedin

 

Peter McLeavey Gallery |  Peter Robinson

Representing some of New Zealand’s best-known artists, Wellington based Peter McLeavey Gallery will exhibit work by Richard Killeen and Peter Robinson at the 2018 Auckland Art Fair. Robinson’s work has been exhibited extensively in New Zealand and internationally, including at Venice, Istanbul and Sydney Biennales. Peter Robinson, Installation view at Peter McLeavey Gallery, sculptural installation of 88 objects made from felt, image courtesy of the artist and Peter McLeavey Gallery

04 384 7356 / petermcleaveygallery.com / Wellington

 


23 May – 27 May 2018
The Cloud on Auckland’s Queens Wharf
artfair.co.nz

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