Artspace News

Cemeti - Institute for Art and Society, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Friday, 28 July 2017 10:55:32 a.m.

Artspace NZ is excited to support Cemeti and Asia New Zealand Foundation on the selection of the next artist in residence for Cemeti. For this exciting new opportunity, Cemeti – Institute for Art and Society will invite one artist from New Zealand to spend three months at Cemeti in Yogyakarta Indonesia, alongside one Indonesian and one Dutch artist who will be in residence for the same period. Eligibility: New Zealand citizens or permanent residents working in the visual arts. ... Read more »

Artspace appoints Remco de Blaaij as its new Director

Monday, 24 April 2017 2:33:53 p.m.

Photo by Alan Dimmick   The Artspace (Aotearoa) Trust is pleased to confirm the appointment of Remco de Blaaij as Artspace’s new Director. His appointment builds on Artspace’s continuing commitment, to develop and nurture artistic research and practice in New Zealand and to produce an exhibition programme of both national and international significance.   Remco currently holds the position of Senior Curator at the Centre of Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, where he has... Read more »

Call for interest: CIRCUIT Critical Forum

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 4:55:39 p.m.

The CIRCUIT Critical Forum is a monthly discussion group for artists who work with the moving image to talk about ideas and practice in a mutually supportive environment and in dialogue with CIRCUIT. Meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month at Artspace in Auckland. Prospective members are invited to a preliminary meeting at Artspace on Tuesday 27 April at 6:30pm to discuss how the group works and what it might do over the coming months. With a current core of 10 members the... Read more »

Artspace welcomes Cameron Ah Loo-Matamua as the 2017 Artspace/Tautai Education Intern

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 6:58:35 p.m.

  Artspace is delighted to announce Cameron Ah Loo-Matamua as the 2017 Artspace/Tautai Education Intern.   The role is the fifth iteration of our series of internships offered in association with Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust, initiated to develop an education programme for Artspace that encourages interaction with local schools, and primary, secondary and tertiary students in Auckland, with particular emphasis on reaching and engaging Pacific students at these... Read more »

Artspace welcomes Jaimee Stockman-Young as our Gallery Administrator

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 6:46:32 p.m.

  Artspace is excited to announce that Jaimee Stockman-Young will be joining the team as Gallery Administrator.   Jaimee comes to us with extensive experience in public-facing and background administrative, curatorial and facility management oriented roles. This includes nearly four years in the Galleries and Public Programmes of the University of Auckland, working with International Artists-in-Residence, Students, Staff and the Public to help create an engaging exhibition... Read more »

Misal Adnan Yildiz with Fiona Clark (New Zealand) and Nilbar Güres (Austria/Turkey) are taking part in the Bolivian SIART Biennial.

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 3:13:46 p.m.

Artspace Director Misal Adnan Yildiz has recently traveled to La Paz, Bolivia with Fiona Clark (New Zealand) and Nilbar Güres (Austria/Turkey) to take part in the Bolivian SIART Biennial. 2016 marks the 9th Bolivian SIART Biennial. This edition focuses on rethinking the contemporary from a local standpoint. Under the title Seeing with ears: poetics of temporality, SIART 2016 brings different artists, architects, writers and curators together around a central node to "turn the gaze... Read more »

Matthew Galloway to present new works from his ongoing project The Ground Swallows You, during ARTifariti 2016: After The Future, International Art and Human Rights Meeting in Western Sahara.

Thursday, 20 October 2016 5:36:18 p.m.

Matthew Galloway, The Ground Swallows You (detail) (2016). Beachhead’s PEACE OF MIND, Artspace 2016. Photograph by Sam Hartnett   Press release provided by Blue Oyster   Dunedin-based artist and designer Matthew Galloway has been selected as a participant in ARTifariti 2016: After The Future, International Art and Human Rights Meeting in Western Sahara. Taking place from the 29 October until 15 November 2016 in the Western Saharan refugee camps near Tindouf, Algeria,... Read more »

Artspace participates in 'To All the Contributing Factors’ at the Gwangju bienniale (GB11)

Wednesday, 7 September 2016 3:02:19 p.m.

Artspace’s curatorial assistant John Mutambu has been at the Gwangju bienniale (GB11) taking part in 'To All the Contributing Factors’, a forum organised as part of GB11, discussing work by small and medium-scale art organisations across the world with regards to questions of value, continuity, and scale, and imagining acts in common. Roughly one hundred organisations whose work makes important contributions to the art of today were invited to become Biennale fellows. Distinct... Read more »

Artspace welcomes Kalisolaite ‘Uhila as an Artspace studio resident for 2016

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 12:30:01 p.m.

Artspace welcomes Kalisolaite ‘Uhila as an Artspace studio resident for 2016. Earlier in this year Kalisolaite was part of the exhibition 'Politics of Sharing - On Collective Wisdom’. The exhibition conceived by Misal Adnan Yildiz from Artspace, and ifa's Elke aus dem Moore that opened at the ifa Galerie Berlin in May, and moved to the ifa Stuttgart in July. At Artspace, Kalisolaite will carry out research towards a new project that will be shown in ‘Politics of... Read more »

Fiona Clark will take part in the Varda Artists Residency this September

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 12:01:38 p.m.

  Artspace facilitates Fiona Clark’s participation in the Varda Artists Residency (VAR) in Sausalito, California next month. Fiona was born in Taranaki, and currently lives and works in Tikorangi. She works with biographical elements, photographing and documenting individuals, communities and spaces. Central to her practice are the committed relationships she establishes with her subjects that, in turn, inform her complex portrayals of people and places. Fiona’s... Read more »

Page 1 of 7

<< Older Posts