Participating galleries announced for TENT

Aotearoa New Zealand’s newest contemporary art event releases gallery list ahead of November 2021 launch.

Words: Maddy Matheson

The first iteration of TENT will kick off in November this year, with more than 25 pop-up exhibitions open around the country from Friday the 5th to Sunday the 7th of November. An online preview will open on the TENT website on Thursday the 4th of November.

TENT was founded by the team behind Aotearoa Art Fair. Participating galleries will present pop-up exhibitions anywhere that is not their own gallery space, from spaces outdoors to different indoor venues across the country.

The list of participating galleries for the first iteration of TENT has been released and includes:

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ARTIS Gallery
Bergman Gallery
Black Door Gallery
Föenander Galleries
Fox Jensen/Fox Jensen McCrory
Gow Langsford Gallery
Robert Heald Gallery
Scott Lawrie Gallery
Michael Lett
Masterworks Gallery
Tim Melville Gallery
Jhana Millers
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Page Galleries
Parnell Gallery
Laree Payne Gallery
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RM Gallery and Project Space
SCAPE Public Art
Sumer
Two Rooms
Visions

For those who can’t make it to the in person pop-up exhibitions, TENT will present a full virtual viewing room experience online on the TENT website. Both in person and online events are free for all to attend.

This article was originally published 16 September 2021.

Image: Chauncey Flay, Untitled, 2020.  Andesite and steel, 250cm (height). Courtesy: the artist and Laree Payne Gallery, Hamilton.

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