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ArtBox grows with Lantern Gallery launch

Tuesday, 10 September 2013, 12:31 pm | Artbox

The ArtBox project is growing. Launched in February with the L-Pavilion, stage 2 of ArtBox opens this 12 Sept with the evocatively named Lantern Gallery, built along the same principles of design and functionality created by F3 Design. ArtBox is led ... More >>

A Mysterious And Surreal Botanical Art Exhibition At Artbox

Tuesday, 26 March 2013, 10:32 am | Artbox

Media release – March 25, 2013 A Mysterious And Surreal Botanical Art Exhibition At Artbox In Christchurch Opens Next Month Enter Frantic Orchard, a botanical doorway into the realm of the subconscious – to nature mysterious and surreal. This is ... More >>

ArtBox Auction

Friday, 14 October 2011, 8:29 pm | Artbox

Your support is requested for ArtBox, an auction that features work by leading New Zealand artists to be held at Webb’s Auction House, 27 October 7pm. All funds raised will contribute to new spaces for Christchurch artists. More >>

Portable, architectural “boxes” create home for ChCh artists

Friday, 30 September 2011, 1:37 pm | Artbox

18 modules all locally designed, locally manufactured, flexible and mobile, aim to create a home for local Christchurch artists displaced after the closure of the CBD and High Street precincts in February. ArtBox is a unique project dedicated to meeting ... More >>

Rainy McMaster: "Every Man a Rembrandt"

Friday, 22 October 2004, 11:44 am | Artbox

Rainy McMaster collides private worlds and public space with her Art Box installation, “Every Man a Rembrandt”, a scenic museum-style diorama. The work translates a personal conversation about paint-by-numbers kits into a text-based installation work, where, ... More >>

ICE A public installation by Maxe Fisher

Monday, 30 August 2004, 10:54 am | Artbox

With ICE, Maxe Fisher has chosen to place a 1m3 ton of ice along the waterfront where fishing launches used to land their catch. It situates the work within the history of the fishing industry in Wellington while expressing a state of being in-between. More >>




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