City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi
Love, like, or loathe—everyone sees art works differently. Come to the Gallery and see it for yourself.
Marianna Simnett: CREATURE
On now until Sun 11 July
Simnett has gained global attention for her visceral, theatrical works, which draw on storytelling and folklore conventions. They speak to the relationships we develop with our bodies—involving questions of control and violence, phobia and dysmorphia—as they undergo intervention and transformation.
On now until Sun 1 August
Art history is too important to be left to art historians. Every Artist is an exhibition of local, national, and international artists who rethink, remap, queer, and even gamify the history of art.
Brett Graham: Tai Moana Tai Tangata
31 July–31 October 2021
Brett Graham (Ngāti Koroki Kahukura, Tainui) is known for his large-scale sculptures exploring indigenous histories, politics, and philosophies. Tai Moana Tai Tangata addressed the architecture of colonial warfare and the language of war memorials.
Open daily. Free entry.
Te Ngākau Civic Square.