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Made Active: The Chartwell Show

Made Active: The Chartwell Show Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki 14 April - 15 July 2012 www.aucklandartgallery.com Opening on 14 April, 2012 is Made Active: The Chartwell Show, Level 2, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand. Artists in the show, curated by... more


NOTES 01: Made Active:The Chartwell Show

A few notes regarding Made Active:The Chartwell Show... 01: Painting as Performance Fiona Connor said to me recently that she has lately been thinking about painting as a documentation of performance. This is a good way to think about the physical nature of painting a painting. I read recently... more


NOTES 02: Made Active: The Chartwell Show

A few notes regarding Made Active: The Chartwell Show... 02: Abstract Expressionism revisited In the context of this exhibition, where objects such as Paul Kos’ Equilibre 1V, 1992, are installed with expressionist paintings by Allen Maddox within a broader discussion of action and... more


New publication - Daniel Malone: Black Market Next To My Name

To coincide with the upcoming exhibition of Daniel Malone’s major installation Black Market Next To My Name in Made Active: The Chartwell Show at Auckland Art Gallery, Clouds and Hopkinson Cundy are publishing a new book documenting the work. Titled Black Market Next To My Name, the... more


Walters Prize 2012 nominees announced

Chartwell would like to congratulate the recently announced Walters Prize 2012 nominees: Simon Denny, Alicia Frankovich, Kate Newby, and Sriwhana Spong. Their works will be exhibited in the Chartwell Gallery at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki from August to October; particularly exciting this year... more


NOTES 03: Made Active: The Chartwell Show

If I could be forgiven for crashing my way through art history, I did think it was a useful idea to pair ideas together from both the Auckland Art Gallery's Degas to Dali exhibition (D to D) and Made Active: The Chartwell Show. It would be a fairly random and, yes, lightweight, pairing/match up... more