Aotearoa Art Fair 2024 reveals gallery line-up

34 outstanding galleries will be heading to Auckland this April.

Words: Erin Irwin

Auckland’s Aotearoa Art Fair has now released a full line-up of galleries that will be participating in the fair’s 2024 edition, to be held this year at the Viaduct Events Centre.

The fair will feature many local stalwarts, including {Suite}, ARTIS Gallery, Bergman Gallery, Black Door Gallery, Föenander Galleries, Gow Langsford Gallery, Masterworks Gallery, Michael Lett, Orexart, Railway Street Gallery, Sanderson Contemporary Art, Season, Starkwhite, Sumer, Tim Melville and Two Rooms, as well as Coastal Signs and Te Manawa who will be exhibiting with the fair for the first time. Attendants should be on the look-out for Starkwhite’s group exhibition with works by Michael Zavros, Jonny Niesche, Bill Henson, Gerold Millar, Fiona Pardington and Jaime Te Heuheu, as well as Hamish Coleman’s solo exhibition with Season.

From further afield we will see Wellington galleries Envy, Jhana Millers Gallery and McLeavey Gallery, as well as Ruakākā’s APS EDITIONS, Christchurch’s Jonathan Smart Gallery, Whangārei’s Megan Dickinson Gallery, Dunedin and Queenstown’s Milford Galleries, Gisborne’s PAULNACHE, and Napier’s SPA_CE. Keep an eye out for Jhana Millers’ solo presentation of Hannah Ireland.

Several Australian galleries will be crossing the Tasman to join in, including Fine Arts, Sydney, FUTURES, Gallerysmith, Martin Browne Contemporary, Nanda\Hobbs – a first time exhibitor who will be bringing works by James Drinkwater – and Redbase.

The fair is shaping up to be an exciting event for the Australasian art world calendar, and tickets are on sale now. Head to the fair’s website here to find out more. The fair will run from 18 – 21 April.

This article was posted 25 March 2024.

Image: Aotearoa Art Fair. Courtesy: Aotearoa Art Fair, New Zealand.


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