Opening the doors of her first gallery in 1987, Marcia Page was one of the first female art dealers in Aotearoa. The gallery became an authority on historical work, initially focussing on 19th and 20th century painters, many of them women. Since then, and through a number of iterations, the gallery has always maintained a strong focus on the secondary market.
Spring Winds presents a survey of important works that Page Galleries currently has in its care. No doubt these works will not be with the gallery for long – they may find homes in private collections, or be acquired by public organisations – so before they are once again picked up on the breeze, the gallery wanted to take the opportunity to share them.
The gallery is open and practicing COVID-19 social distancing measures.