Aotearoa Art Fair Announces Lineup

The 2023 iteration of the Auckland-based art fair includes 14 international galleries.

Words: Erin Irwin

The Aotearoa Art Fair, located at The Cloud in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, has revealed the galleries that will be participating in their 2023 edition.

Among the 35+ galleries that will exhibit over 150 artists are 14 international galleries from Australia, Asia and Europe. Several will be participating for the first time, including N.Smith Gallery from Sydney, Meakin + Parsons from Oxford, United Kingdom, and ONE AND J from Seoul, South Korea.

Many regulars will be returning, including local galleries Gow Langsford Gallery, Two Rooms, Starkwhite, and Sanderson Contemporary, alongside Jhana Millers and Page Galleries in attendance from Wellington.

Several galleries will be making a trip across the Tasman for the fair, including Michael Bugelli Gallery from Hobart, Haydens, STATION and Savage Garden from Melbourne, NAP Contemporary from Mildura, VIC, and Fine Arts, NASHA, Redbase Art Gallery and LAILA from Sydney.

For a full list of galleries, visit the Aotearoa Art Fair’s website here. 

The fair will run from 2 – 5 March.

For information on how to attend, visit the Aotearoa Art Fair’s website here.

This article was posted 23 January 2023.

Image: Aotearoa Art Fair 2022. Courtesy: Aotearoa Art Fair, Auckland.


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