Eternally Temporary

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Te Uru Contemporary Gallery , 420 Titirangi Road, Titirangi, Auckland 0604

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Wednesday 29 May 2024
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Free

Contact

Te Uru Contemporary Gallery
info@teuru.org.nz
09 817 8087

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Imogen Taylor, View from Te Ahuahu, 2015. Courtesy of the Kelliher Art Trust.

Derek Ball, Austen Deans, Michael Dell, Trenton Garatt, Aroha Gossage, Rodney Hamel, Imogen Taylor, Rex Turnbull, Robert Watson, Toss Woollaston

Eternally Temporary brings together ten landscape paintings selected from the Kelliher Arts Trust Collection. Together, the paintings evoke the scale and endurance of Aotearoa’s natural environment.  

The Kelliher Arts Trust Collection grew from the Kelliher Art Competition established in 1956, which celebrated realistic depictions of Aotearoa’s landscape. Eternally Temporary looks back at the origin of this collection and how it has grown and changed, considering what landscape painting means now, with the environment in crisis. 

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