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Tailings - Photographs by Alan Knowles

Sunday, 20 August 2006, 12:26 am | Idiom Gallery

As a small boy in Queenstown, Alan Knowles remembers an ounce of gold nuggets from the family gold claim in the Kyeburn Diggings, magnified by water in a pill bottle, on the mantelpiece of the family home. More >>

Branching Point - new work by Ed Abraham

Tuesday, 25 July 2006, 2:06 pm | Idiom Gallery

A theoretical physicist by training, Wellington artist and scientist Ed Abraham has been able to explore visual ideas on a scale most of us can’t imagine. While working with a team studying the growth of plankton in the Southern Ocean, he witnessed the ... More >>

Walking, Eating, Talking and Sex

Tuesday, 2 May 2006, 12:32 am | Idiom Gallery

Tabletops are where we meet, make decisions and plan our lives, quite apart from eating and drinking. The tabletop is a platform, a stage, for life’s dramas, tragedies and banalities. More >>

The River ­new paintings by Bob Kerr

Tuesday, 11 October 2005, 10:08 am | Idiom Gallery

Wellington artist Bob Kerr is known for unsettling landscapes in which the past is felt as strongly as the present. One of these appears on the cover of Michael King's Penguin History of New Zealand, and is possibly this country's most widely reproduced ... More >>

Bob Kerr's Rua Expedition

Monday, 9 February 2004, 9:36 am | Idiom Gallery

Like the armed offenders squad breaking down your door because of some parking tickets,² is how Wellington artist Bob Kerr describes the historical incident behind his latest exhibition. More >>

Flying NZ flags in Switzerland

Monday, 9 February 2004, 9:35 am | Idiom Gallery

One of Switzerland¹s leading photographers, Reto Camenisch, arrives in Wellington in late February to show his work during the International Festival of the Arts. A month later Wellington photographer Paul Thompson will travel in the opposite direction ... More >>

Gardens Of Erewhon ­- Photographs By Paul Thompson

Friday, 29 August 2003, 2:40 pm | Idiom Gallery

As the director of the Museum of Wellington City and Sea, Paul Thompson¹s opportunities for photography are limited. However he managed to take both a camera and a bright yellow nylon rope to the South Island high country last year. The resulting series ... More >>

Idiom Studio: Surrealism in Newtown

Friday, 4 July 2003, 11:15 am | Idiom Gallery

Local Knowledge ­ painting, sculpture, mixed media by Ray Ritchie Idiom Studio 10 July ­ 2 August 2003 Preview 5.30pm, Wednesday 9 July More >>

New paintings by Pippa Sanderson 4 June ­ 5 July

Friday, 6 June 2003, 3:14 pm | Idiom Gallery

TeWhanganui-a-tara is the Maori name for Wellington, and also for the hill overlooking the settlement of Waimarama in Hawkes Bay. The hill features in the paintings stolen from Wellington artist Pippa Sanderson's exhibition 'Returning in Disguise' at the ... More >>

Lights On, Nobody Home - Idiom Studio

Friday, 18 October 2002, 9:38 am | Idiom Gallery

Lights On, Nobody Home ­ new work by Pippa Sanderson At Idiom Studio, 1 ­ 23 November More >>

Scoop Images: Five Stolen Manawatu Paintings

Thursday, 29 August 2002, 5:16 pm | Idiom Gallery

Images of five paintings by Idiom artist Pippa Sanderson stolen from the Manawatu Art Gallery in Palmerston North. More >>

Apocalypse ­ New Work By Gordon Cook

Monday, 26 August 2002, 10:53 am | Idiom Gallery

Machine embroidery, more often used to produce school crests for blazers, is one of the techniques chosen by Wellington artist Gordon Crook for his latest exhibition at Idiom Studio. More >>

Paint The Town Red ­Celebrating Radical Wellington

Thursday, 8 August 2002, 12:11 am | Idiom Gallery

A Kiwi Karl Marx in his singlet and gumboots is one of the images in Idiom¹s new group exhibition ŒPaint the Town Red ­ celebrating radical Wellington¹. More >>

Equal Music Exhibition

Thursday, 18 April 2002, 4:20 pm | Idiom Gallery

An Equal Music ­ new paintings by Joanna M Paul, ceramics by David Garland Idiom Studio 1 ­ 19 May 2002 More >>

Fresh Prints, Idiom Studio, Wellington

Tuesday, 12 March 2002, 11:50 am | Idiom Gallery

More than 20 New Zealand printmakers, including several of the country¹s biggest names, are taking part in the first-ever exhibition of the recently formed Central Print Council of Aotearoa. More >>

Guise: New paintings by Pippa Sanderson

Monday, 8 October 2001, 10:47 am | Idiom Gallery

“They’re like a thought that’s on the tip of your tongue,” says Wellington artist Pippa Sanderson, about the odd, beaked creatures which feature in her latest exhibition. More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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