Monday, December 17, 2012

Closed for Christmas

Page Blackie Gallery will be closed between 21 December and 24 January.

Have a fantastic summer!

Monday, October 8, 2012

John Walsh exhibition opening tonight

John Walsh's new exhibition opens tonight (Tuesday 9 Oct). Join us from 5:30pm to meet the artist and view his incredible show.

Page Blackie invited to Gagosian lead art platform

We are proud to announce Page Blackie Gallery has been invited to join a new New York based art platform,
Created by Larry Gagosian and John Elderfield (Chief Curator Emeritus of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York), the site allows leading galleries from around to world to feature exceptional artists.
Page Blackie is the only New Zealand gallery to have been invited to join.

Page Blackie voted Wellington's best gallery

We are enormously proud and very grateful to 10,000 Wellington voters who named us the Best Gallery in Wellington last week.

Sarah Munro carves her latest sculpture

Page Blackie Gallery artist Sarah Munro is currently working on a show for the Gus Fisher Gallery in Auckland. Watch the timelapse of Sarah constructing one of her forms on a CNC gantry machining centre - the same machines as used for America's Cup yachts.

Sarah's exhibition will open at the Gus Fisher Gallery in Auckland on 30 Oct and runs until 15 Dec 2012

Monday, August 13, 2012

Hemi Macgregor - Remote Control

Hemi Macgregor's incredible new exhibition, Remote Control, opens tonight (Tues 14th). Here are some installation images of his new sculptural works. Come along from 5:30pm, have a glass of wine and meet the artist.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012


Page Blackie Gallery is proud to present 2012, a group exhibition featuring all our artists. The works in this exhibition represent what each artist is working on now; a snapshot of what is current.
Opening: Tuesday 17 July, 5:30pm - 7pm

Neil Dawson, Spires

 Michael Hight, Arahiwi

 Dick Frizzell, Dekko VIII

 Max Gimblett

 Star Gossage, Girl with Fish

 Hemi Macgregor

 Karl Maughan

 Sarah Munro

 Heather Straka

 John Walsh

Emily Wolfe

Ngatai Taepa

Monday, June 11, 2012

Justin Boroughs - Away to the South

Justin Borough's new exhibition, Away to the South, opens at Page Blackie Gallery on Tuesday 19 June, from 5:30pm - 7:00pm. Contact the Gallery for further details.

Page Blackie Gallery presents: Dean O'Gorman's photography

Page Blackie Gallery is proud to host Dean O'Gorman for a week long exhibition featuring Dean's photographic work.

Dean O'Gorman
19 - 23 June. 
Exhibition opening:
Upstairs space, Tuesday 19 June, 5:30pm-10pm

Page Blackie Gallery launches new Karl Maughan screen print

Karl Maughan's incredible painting, Plume, which has been in Charles Saatchi's private collection for over a decade has returned home. To celebrate, Page Blackie Gallery and Karl Maughan have created a silk screen print of the major painting:

Silk screen print
800 x 980 mm (paper size)
Edition of 100
$1850 each, unframed

New Heather Straka edition

To celebrate the conclusion of Heather's monumental installation, The Asian, which has toured the length of the country in public galleries, Page Blackie Gallery and Heather Straka have created a new silk screek print:

Heather Straka
Kia Ora
Silk screen print
800 x 600 mm (paper size)
Edition of 100
$1500 each, unframed.

Friday, June 8, 2012

Dominion Post article on The Asian by Heather Straka

Diana Dekker reports on Heather Straka's captivating exhibition, The Asian at Page Blackie Gallery, in today's Dominion Post (Saturday 9th June).
The Asian will run at Page Blackie Gallery through until Saturday the 16th June.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Hemi Macgregor exhibition at University of Waikato

Remix: Works by Hemi Macgregor 
14 May - 22 June 2012
University of Waikato, Calder & Lawson Gallery

Remix presents a survey of Hemi Macgregor's work, spanning a period 15 years. Working across painting, sculpture and mixed media this exhibition showcases Hemi's "dynamic art practice that mixes issues of contemporary youth culture with Maori concepts of knowledge, time and identity".

The exhibition is accompanied by a beautiful catalogue featuring an essay by Megan Tamati-Quennell.