A major programme of new exhibitions drawn from the world’s largest collection of New Zealand art is now on view at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Presenting works by the country’s art luminaries such as Michael Parekowhai, Colin McCahon, Fiona Pardington and Bill Culbert, these exhibitions explore the network of connections that have influenced New Zealand art from the early 20th century to today. Spread across three levels, the rolling suite of shows, New Zealand Art: Insights and Connections, occupies the majority of the Gallery’s floor space. Auckland Art Gallery Principal Curator Dr Zara Stanhope says the programme takes a fresh look at New Zealand art and will be regularly updated. ‘By exploring diverse approaches to creativity through multiple shows, we have given focused and deeper insight to New Zealand art and its place in our country and beyond,’ she says. Developed over the

Read More: Auckland Art Gallery’s collection re-examined through a new suite of shows