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Luke Willis Thompson participates in 'Field Guide', the inaugural show at Remai Modern, Saskatoon.
Field Guide is curated by Gregory Burke, Executive Director & CEO, and Sandra Guimarães, Director of Programs & Chief Curator. 21 OCTOBER 2017 – 25 FEBRUARY 2018. remaimodern.org/

Renee So has work in 'Iconoclasts: Art Out of the Mainstream' at Saatchi Gallery, London.
Until 7 January 2018. www.saatchigallery.com/artists/iconoclasts_i/

Oscar Enberg participates in ‘Ars Viva 2018’ at Kunstverein München.
7 October – 19 November 2017. www.kunstverein-muenchen.de/en/program/exhibitions/upcoming/ars-viva-2018

Nicholas Mangan participates in the group exhibition ‘être pierre’ at Musée Zadkine, Paris.
28 September 2017 - 11 February 2018
www.zadkine.paris.fr/fr/exposition/etre-pierre

Nicholas Mangan is showing work in Manipulate the World (curated by Fredrik Liew with Goldin+Senneby) at Moderna Museet Stockholm.
14 October 2017 – 21 January 2018.
www.modernamuseet.se/stockholm/en/exhibitions/manipulate-the-world/

Oscar Enberg participates in the group exhibition ‘No Eyes Dry’, curated by Chosil Kil, at One and J. Gallery, Seoul.
11 October - 12 November 2017.
oneandj.com/up-exhibition/

Oscar Enberg’s new film, ‘Red Beryl and crocodile, Opal (Irrational Exuberance in the White Man's Hole)’, is currently screening as part of ‘Projection Series: First as fiction then as myth’ at Govett Brewster, New Plymouth.
Until Sunday 15 October. www.govettbrewster.com/exhibitions/projection-series-7-first-as-fiction-then-as-myth

Dane Mitchell has a new solo exhibition, ‘Iris, Iris, Iris’, at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo. Opening 17 November, 2017.
‘Iris, Iris, Iris’ is curated by Mami Kataoka, and is co-commissioned by Mori art Museum and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
www.mori.art.museum/en/exhibitions/mamproject024/index.html

Dane Mitchell is included in 'Communicating Vessels', a group show at Galeria Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków, Poland, opening December 2017.
bunkier.art.pl/

Nick Austin, Bill Culbert, and Dane Mitchell participate in 'Everyday Lines', at Hastings City Gallery, Hastings.
Opening 26 August 2017. hastingscityartgallery.co.nz/upcoming-exhibitions/everyday-lines/

Dane Mitchell participates in a group show 'Occulture: The Dark Arts', at Wellington City Gallery.
12 August - 17 November 2017. citygallery.org.nz/exhibitions/occulture-dark-arts-0

Oscar Enberg has a solo show, Der Amethyst, Die Opale, Die Agamemnon, at Frankfurt am Main, Berlin.
Curated by Maurin Dietrich, 6 August - 10 September 2017. www.frankfurt-am.com/

Oliver Perkins has a solo show at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Auckland.
5 August - 29 September, Opening Sunday 6 August 3-5pm. www.teuru.org.nz/

Artists at Work: Nicholas Mangan, a conversation between Nicholas Mangan and George Clark, is currently available online for Afterall:
www.afterall.org/online/artists-at-work-nicholas-mangan#.WXAX-dOGOV6

Nicholas Mangan's survey exhibition, 'Limits to Growth' at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin, is reviewed in Artforum as Dan Jakubowski's critics' pick:
www.artforum.com/picks/id=69484

Luke Willis Thompson's major new work 'autoportrait' at Chisenhale Gallery, is featured on The Guardian online:
www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/jun/26/luke-willis-thompson-philando-castile-autoportrait

Oscar Enberg has been awarded the 2018 Ars Viva Prize.
The prize is awarded annually to three young artists who live in Germany and includes two exhibitions in renowned art institutions in Europe, a catalogue, and a residency on Fogo Island. www.kulturkreis.eu

Nicholas Mangan’s survey exhibition, Limits to Growth, opens at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin on 1 June 2017. http://www.kw-berlin.de/en/nicholas-mangan-limits-growth/

Ruth Buchanan is showing work in the exhibition Casco Art Institute: Working for the Common at Casco, Utrecht. 26 May - 16 July 2017. casco.art/casco-art-institute-working-for-the-commons

Ruth Buchanan participates in REST IN THE FURROWS OF MY SKIN, a group exhibition curated by Anna Sabrina Schmid, at Kunsthaus Hamburg. 7 June - 20 August 2017. kunsthaushamburg.de/en/rest-in-the-furrows-of-my-skin/

Daniel Malone's Three Disassemblages as Tatics for Living (Presentated as a Performance outside of Domestic Space) will be included in the group exhibition Cały czas w pracy [All the Time at Work], curated by Romuald Demidenko for BWA (Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych), Lublin.

About face, a conversation between Luke Willis Thompson and Tobi Haslett, is currently available online for Mousse Magazine Issue 57: moussemagazine.it/luke-willis-thompson-tobi-haslett-2017/

Luke Willis Thompson has a major new commission and a solo exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery in London, a body of work developed during his 18 month Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency.
23 June - 27 August 2017. chisenhale.org.uk/exhibitions/forthcoming.php?id=185

Fiona Connor will participate in the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial, with Erin Besler.
16 September 2017 - 7 January 2018. chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org/

Daniel Malone will present the performance work The Visitor, or, The Earth That Fell to Man as part of Trauma & Revival, curated by Krzysztof Pijarski and organised by Palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR), Brussels, at Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery in Krakow.
bunkier.art.pl/?page_id=7563&lang=en

Daniel Malone has been commissioned to make a short film work, Victory over the Sun: Spaghetti Western but not Like You or Me, by Circuit for their programme This is Not Film-making.
The work will be screened at CLOSE-UP in London on May 10, and at the Oberhausen Film Festival, Germany, Saturday May 13.

Oliver Perkins is Parehuia Artist in Residence (McCahon House Artist in Residence) in Titirangi, Auckland.
May - July 2017.

Dane Mitchell has two new commissioned outdoor works, both opening to the public over the summer months.
A large newly commissioned work for Connells Bay Sculpture Park on Waiheke Island opens 7 February 2017, and a new work for Sculpture on the Gulf, also on Waiheke Island, 27 January - 19 February 2017.

Ruth Buchanan participates in 'Through the things we make', a group exhibition at Göteborgs Konsthall, Gothenberg.
25 February 2017 - 17 April 2017. www.konsthallen.goteborg.se

Oscar Enberg and Nicholas Mangan are showing new work in 'By the Laws of Chance', a group exhibition curated by Andrea Bell at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
10 December 2016 - 19 February 2017.

Fiona Connor has curated a show 'Ma' at Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles.
'Ma' has sprung from encounters with the photographic archives of Frank J. Thomas, specifically the documentation of John McLaughlin's paintings. 10 December 2016 - 14 January 2017. chateaushatto.com/exhibition/ma/

Fiona Connor and Ruth Buchanan participate in 'All Lines Converge' at Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.
17 December 2016 - 20 March 2017. www.govettbrewster.com/exhibitions/all-lines-converge

Ruth Buchanan and Nicholas Mangan are currently participating in the Gwangju Bienale, The 8th Climate (What does art do?), Gwangju, South Korea.
2 September - 6 November 2016.

Bill Culbert has a solo exhibition titled 'Central Station, The Return' at Andata Ritorino in Geneva until 29 October 2016.
www.andataritornolab.ch/expos_en_cours_andata.html

Oscar Enberg has a major new commission, 'troubles de la croissance (der ursprung des pendels)', for the North Sculpture Terrace at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
Opening Friday 2 December 2016.

Limits to Growth, Nicholas Mangan's first major solo survey exhibition, will travel to Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
29 October - 18 December 2016.

Hopkinson Mossman is very pleased to announce the release of a new publication, Nicholas Mangan: Limits to Growth.
Featuring an in-depth series of conversations between the artist and independent curatorial office Latitudes, and essays by Ana Teixeira Pinto and Helen Hughes, the book is richly illustrated with documentation of Mangan’s artworks and historical source material. Edited by Aileen Burns, Charlotte Day, Krist Gruijthuijsen, and Johan Lundh. Published by Sternberg Press in partnership with Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin and Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne. 131 pages, with a lift-out colour poster and postcard. Available from November 2016.

Daniel Malone participates in The Wild West: A History of Wrocław’s Avant-Garde, at the Ludwig Múzeum of Contemporary Art in Budapest.
30 September - 27 November, 2016.

Daniel Malone will present Usland, a performance installation in collaboration with writer Agnieszka Jakimiak, videographer Mateusz Atman, and dancer Agata Siniarska, as part of the 20th international festival Konfrontacje Teatralne in Lublin.
9 October - 18 October 2016.

Dane Mitchell will make a solo presentation in the Positions sector at Art Basel Miami Beach with RaebervonStenglin, Zurich.
1 December -4 December 2016.

Renee So has a solo exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.
20 November – 17 December 2016.

Ruth Buchanan has an exhibition 'BAD VISUAL SYSTEMS' at the Adam Art Gallery, opening 1 October. Integrating important works by German artists Judith Hopf and Marianne Wex, Buchanan is uniquely combining the roles of artist, curator, and designer in a show especially conceived for the architectural spaces of the Adam Art Gallery.
1 October - 22 December 2016. www.adamartgallery.org.nz

Ruth Buchanan has a solo exhibition titled 'The actual and its document' at Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.
10 September - 4 December 2016. www.govettbrewster.com/exhibitions/ruth-buchanan-the-actual-and-its-document

Ruth Buchanan and Nicholas Mangan participate in the forthcoming Gwangju Bienale, 'The 8th Climate (What does art do?)', Gwangju, South Korea.
2 September - 6 November 2016. www.the8thclimate.org

Nick Mangan has work included in a group show 'Let's Talk About the Weather: Art and Ecology in a time of Crisis' at Sursock Museum, Beirut.
14 July - 24 October 2016. sursock.museum/content/lets-talk-about-weather-art-and-ecology-time-crisis

Nicholas Mangan will participate in the SeMA Mediacity Biannale in Seoul.
1 September - 20 November 2016.http://mediacityseoul.kr/2016/pre/

Luke Willis Thompson will participate in the La Biennale de Montreal.
19 October 2016. www.bnlmtl.org/en/

Luke Willis Thompson has a forthcoming solo exhibition 'Cemetery of Uniforms and Liveries' at Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin.
Opening 13 September 2016. nagel-draxler.de/artists/luke-willis-thompson/

Luke Willis Thompson will participate in the 32nd Sao Paulo biennale, Brazil.
9 September 2016. www.bienal.org.br/

Nicholas Mangan has his first major solo survey exhibition, 'Limits to Growth' at MUMA, Melbourne.
20 July - 10 September 2016. It will then travel to IMA, Brisbane, where it will be on show 29 October - 18 December 2016. www.e-flux.com/announcements/nicholas-mangan-limits-to-growth-presented-with-monash-university-museum-of-art/

Luke Willis Thompson has a solo exhibition at IMA, Brisbane, titled 'Misadventure'.
30 July - 8 October 2016. www.ima.org.au/luke-willis-thompson-misadventure/

Nick Austin is showing work in Ridiculous Sublime at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
2 July 2016 - 24 October 2016. dunedin.art.museum/exhibitions/future/ridiculous_sublime

Peter Robinson is participating in a group show titled 'Politics of Sharing' at ifa Gallery, Berlin.
31 May 2015 - 10 July 2016. www.ifa.de/en/visual-arts/ifa-galleries/exhibitions/politics-of-sharing.html

Hopkinson Mossman will participate at Liste Art Fair Basel with a solo presentation by Fiona Connor.
14-19 June 2016.

Dane Mitchell will be artist in residence at Cove Park in Scotland.
23 June - 14 July 2016. www.covepark.org

Daniel Malone is showing new work in the group exhibition All The Time@Work (curated by Romuald Demidenko) at BWA Tarnów.
14 May - 15 June 2016.

Nicholas Mangan participates in Beyond 2°at Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara.
The exhibition is curated by Brooke Kellaway and features work by Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares, Carolina Caycedo, Olga Kisseleva, Nicholas Mangan, Otobong Nkanga, Zhao Renhui, Andrea Polli, Amie Siegel, and Melanie Smith. 13 March - 24 July 2016.

Daniel Malone will be in resdidence at Teatr Stary in Lublin throughout March and April, developing the performance and installation Usland with writer Agnieszka Jakimiak, videographer Mateusz Atman and dancer Agata Siniarska.
This will be presented in Weimar as part of the Goethe Institution's culture symposium Teilen und Tauschen (Sharing Economies). 1-3 June 2016.

Renee So has a solo show at Kate MacGarry, London.
10 March - 16 April 2016.

Hopkinson Mossman is pleased to announce its participation at Art Basel Hong Kong.
The gallery will present a two-person booth of new work by Nick Austin and Renee So in Discoveries. 24 - 26 March 2016. www.artbasel.com/hong-kong

Hopkinson Mossman will participate in the Auckland Art Fair (25-29 May 2016) with a two-person presentation with Peter Robinson and Oliver Perkins.
www.artfair.co.nz

Fiona Connor, Oscar Enberg, Peter Robinson, and Luke Willis Thompson have work in the group exhibition Light switch and conduit: the Jim Barr and Mary Barr collection at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
9 April - 14 August 2016.

Necessary Distraction: A Painting Show at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki closes 28 March 2016.
The show, curated by Natasha Conland, includes work by gallery artists Nick Austin, Andrew Barber, Nicola Farquhar, Milli Jannides and Oliver Perkins.

Oscar Enberg has been awarded visual arts residency at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin.
The Creative New Zealand Visual Arts Berlin Residency runs from October 2016 to October 2017. www.creativenz.govt.nz/news/oscar-enberg-awarded-visual-arts-residency-in-berlin
www.bethanien.de/en/

Oscar Enberg's exhibition at Artspace 'the prophet, the wise, the technician and the Pharisee', continues until 17 February.
With additional open hours of 11am - 4pm Waitangi Day (6 February), Sunday 7 February, and Sunday 14 February, and 10am - 6pm Monday 15 February.
www.artspace.org.nz/exhibitions/2015/

Nick Austin is participating in a two-person exhibition with Patrick Lundberg, titled Zero to Hero, at TBC art inc. Melbourne. 20 January 2016 - 06 February 2016.
tcbartinc.org.au/zero-to-hero/

Daniel Malone and Fiona Connor will have an exhibition together at Laurel Doody titled Not a Dated Annotation (Designation of Will Within the Season Which We Live). Los Angeles, 4 February 2015 - 21 February 2015.
laureldoody.com/current/

Fiona Connor has produced a publication 'Can you help with this project? Will you please print a page of the book? Could you print as close to 100 copies as possible?' with REDCAT, LA.
A co-production between Fiona Connor, Erin Besler, and at least 130 different participants. The publication is a co-production between the Gallery at REDCAT and 1301PE, Los Angeles.
www.redcat.org/exhibition/fiona-connor-can-you-help-project-will-you-please-print-page-book-could-you-print-close

Nick Austin has solo exhibition at Laurel Doody, Los Angeles in December 2015.
laureldoody.com/current/

Ruth Buchanan will participate in a group exhibition titled Update Tools & Tooling Casco Office for Art, Design and Theory.
14 November 2015 - 13 March, 2016. cascoprojects.org/tools-tooling

Nicholas Mangan will participate in a group show titled 'In the Land of the Blind the One-Eyed Man Loses Sight' at Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Berlin.
14 November 2015 - 16 January 2016. www.dittrich-schlechtriem.com/

Nicholas Mangan will participate in a group exhibition titled 'The Biography of Things' at ACCA, Melbourne. 11 December 2015 - 21 February 2016.
www.accaonline.org.au/exhibition/biography-things

Dane Mitchell will take part in Biennale of Sydney: The future is already here—it's just not evenly distributed.
March 18–June 5, 2016. www.biennaleofsydney.com.au/20bos/

Dane Mitchell has a feature article on his practice in the latest issue of ArtAsiaPacific.
November/December Issue 96 by HG Masters.

Renee So will participate in One Day, Something Happens: Paintings of People/. A touring exhibition from the Arts Council Collection.
Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland. 17 October 2015 – 7 February 2016. www.highlanes.i.

Nicola Farquhar, Oliver Perkins, Milli Jannides, Nick Austin and Andrew Barber will participate in the group exhibition Necessary Distraction: A Painting Show, Auckland Art Gallery.
28 November 2015 - April 2016.

Milli Jannides is currently in residence at Oficina de Arte, Mexico City.
www.oficinadearte.mx/

Bill Culbert currently has a solo exhibition at Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dole (Museum of Fine Arts Dole).
October 2015 – 28 February 2016.


Oscar Enberg will make a solo exhibition, 'the prophet, the wise, the technician, and the Pharisee', at Artspace, Auckland.
Opening Friday 11 December 2015. www.artspace.org.nz

Peter Robinson participates in the 2015 Jakarta Biennial.
15 November 2015 - 17 January 2016. www.jakartabiennale.net/en/

Oscar Enberg is participating in the group show 'I Wish I Never Kissed that Frog' at Jeanine Hofland, Amsterdam.
27 November 2015 - 23 January 2016. www.jeaninehofland.nl

Nicholas Mangan is participating in the group exhibition 'Rocks, Stones, and Dust' at The University of Toronto Art Centre.
28 October – 18 December 2015. www.utac.utoronto.ca

Oscar Enberg will participate in 'Playtime', LAX, Los Angeles.
The group show is curated by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou. 29 Oct - 15 Nov, LA California.

Ruth Buchanan has a solo exhibition, 'Or, a camera, Or, a building, Or, a screen', at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg.
19 September - 13 December 2015. On 27 October 2015 at 6pm, there will be a lecture by Ruth Buchanan at HFBK Hamburg, and on the occasion of the exhibition, an artists record will be released as part of the series Kv.H.Bf. produces in collaboration with Volker Zander's label Apparent Extent. The record release on 28 October 2015 will be accompanied by a reading by Ruth Buchanan.


Fiona Connor and Newspaper Reading Club will be in residence at The Physics Room, Christchurch for a month from 8 September 2015.
physicsroom.org.nz/

Daniel Malone is currently in residence as scenographer and costume designer at Teatre Polski in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
Working on a new experimental theatre production in collaboration with writer, Agnieszka Jakimiak, director, Weronika Szczawinska, and composer Krzystof Kaliski. Wojny, ktorych nie przeżłam [Wars which I have not lived through] premiers on 26 September. www.teatrpolski.waw.pl/

Nicholas Mangan has a solo exhibition, Other Currents, at Artspace, Sydney.
24 September - 4 November 2015. www.artspace.org.au/

Dane Mitchell is participating in group exhibition, The Alchemists, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (30 October - 13 December 2015).
www.acp.org.au/

Dane Mitchell will participate in group exhibition, reflex, figment, Engine Room Gallery, Massey University (1-18 September 2015).
creative.massey.ac.nz/research/the-engine-room/

Dane Mitchell is participating in group exhibition, Julian Dashper and Friends, City Gallery Wellington (5 December 2015 – 3 April 2016).
citygallery.org.nz/

Dane Mitchell is participating in the 1st TRIO Biennial, Rio de Janeiro (4 September – 8 December 2015).
www.biennialfoundation.org/

Renee So has new work in Feets, Don't Fail Me Now, a group exhibition at Belmacz, London.
3 September - 10 October 2015. www.belmacz.com/gallery/space


Luke Willis Thompson will participate in Parked like Serious Oysters (absolventum der Stadelschule 2015) at Museum fur Modern Kunst, Frankfurt.
14 October - 15 November 2015. mmk-frankfurt.de/en/home/

Luke Willis Thompson has a new work in APT8: The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art at QAGOMA, Brisbane.
21 November 2015 - 10 April 2016. www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/

Nicholas Mangan will participate in Concrete, a group exhibition as part of ‘Australia in Turkey 2015: Celebrating Contemporary Australian Culture’ / ‘Türkiye’de Avustralya 2015 : Çagdas Avustralya Kültürü Senesi ‘Katkilariyla’.
29 August – 26 September 2015.

Fiona Connor is featured in A Man of Average Means, a group exhibition at Human Resources, LA.
Exhibition runs 2 August - 23 August 2015. humanresourcesla.com

Fiona Connor will participate in Country Practice,
a group exhibition at Horsham Regional Art Gallery (31 July - 27 September 2015). See www.horshamartgallery.com.au/Exhibitions/Upcoming.html

Ruth Buchanan, Fiona Connor, Kate Newby participate in a group exhibition, Inside Outside Upside Down: Five Contemporary New Zealand Artists, at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
Curated by Natasha Conland. 18 July - 1 November 2015.
www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/events/2015/july/inside-outside-upside-down-five-contemporary-new-zealand-artists,

Nicholas Mangan has a major solo exhibition, Ancient Lights, at Chisenhale Gallery, London.
3 July - 23 August 2015. For more see: chisenhale.org.uk/exhibitions/forthcoming_exhibitions.php

From 9 July - 6 September, Ruth Buchanan will stage a solo exhibition, Or a building, at Badischer Kunstverein, Karslruhe.
www.badischer-kunstverein.de/index.php?language=eng

Daniel Malone has a solo exhibition Unidentified Artistic Objects in The Epoch of Contemporary Art (curated by Sylwia Serafinowicz) at Wroclaw Contemporary Museum.
26 June - 7 September 2015. See muzeumwspolczesne.pl/

Peter Robinson has a solo exhibition, Syntax, at Artspace, Auckland.
Opening 5 June 2015. See www.artspace.org.nz/exhibitions/2015/

Daniel Malone will contribute a newly commissioned work to Dziki Zachód Historia awangardy Wroclawia [Wild West. The History of the Avant-garde in Wroclaw], a group exhibition (curated by Dorota Monkiewicz) at Zacheta National Art Gallery, Warsaw.
18 June - 13 September 2015. muzeumwspolczesne.pl/

Oscar Enberg will participate in Extension du domaine du jeu (Expanding the field of play), a group exhibition at Centre Pompidou, Paris, as part of the 6th Nouveau Festival.
18 June - 20 July 2015. See www.centrepompidou.fr/

Kate Newby participates in a group exhibition at P420 Arte Contemporanea, Bologna.
The show, titled 'Where the trees line the water that falls asleep in the afternoon' is curated by Chris Sharp, featuring Clare Grill, Rodrigo Hernández, Kate Newby.
4 June - 19 September 2015 www.p420.it/?p=exh&v=where_trees&l=eng

Ruth Buchanan has work in The things we talked about, a group exhibition at St Paul St Gallery, Auckland.
12 June - 17 July 2015. The exhibition includes work by Moyra Davey, Dorine van Meel, Marie Shannon, Alicia Frankovich, Lightreading, and Hue & Cry.

Fiona Connor has a solo exhibition, On what remains, at Lisa Cooley, New York.
Opening 26 June 2015. For more information see: lisa-cooley.com/exhibitions/future

Dane Mitchell has a solo exhibition, All Whatness is Wetness,
at RaebervonStenglin, Zurich. 12 June – 18 July 2015. See: www.raebervonstenglin.com/index/home.html

Nicholas Mangan has work in Riddle of the Burial Grounds, a group exhibition at Project Arts Centre, Dublin.
The show is curated by Tessa Giblin and includes: Lara Almarcegui , Rossella Biscotti, Simon Boudvin, Matthew Buckingham, Mariana Castillo Deball, Dorothy Cross, Regina de Miguel, Harun Farocki, Peter Galison & Robb Moss, Stéphane Béna Hanly, Tracy Hanna, Mikhail Karikis & Uriel Orlow, Nicholas Mangan, Tejal Shah. 11 June – 1 August 2015. For more see: projectartscentre.ie/event/riddle-burial-grounds/

Dane Mitchell has work in Nothing Lost, a group show at Corbans Estate Art Centre, Auckland.
22 May - 21 June 2015. See: www.ceac.org.nz/

Dane Mitchell currently has work in 'Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits' (curated by Lars Bang Larsen & Marco Pasi), at Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.
21 April - 27 June 2015. See: monash.edu/muma/

Kate Newby will participate in a group exhibition 5x5 (curated by John Parker) at Te Uru, Auckland.
11 April - 17 June 2015. See: www.teuru.org.nz/index.cfm/whats-on/calendar/five-by-five-new-conversations-with-clay/

Dane Mitchell participates in '___' at Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne.
10 April - 16 May 2015. For more see: vca.unimelb.edu.au/engage/margaret-lawrence-gallery

Kate Newby participates in An Imprecise Science at Artspace, Sydney.
Curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor with Talia Linz, An Imprecise Science features work by Walead Beshty, Nina Canell, Natalya Hughes, Biljana Jancic, Ragnar Kjartansson and The National, Alicja Kwade, Bridie Lunney, Rob McLeish, Kate Newby, Isabel Nolan, Shinro Ohtake and Daniel von Sturmer. 29 March - 24 May 2015. For more see: www.artspace.org.au/

Kate Newby participates in NEW 15 at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
ACCA's annual commissions exhibition is curated by Matt Hinkley, artists include George Egerton-Warburton, Richard Frater, Jessie Bullivant, Kate Newby, Ash Kilmartin, Paul Bai, Alex Vivian and Adelle Mills.
14 March - 17 May 2015
For more information visit www.accaonline.org.au//exhibition/new15

Nick Austin presents work in a two-person exhibition with Helen Maudsley, titled When Shoe leaves Foot, at Westspace, Melbourne.
Exhibition opens Thursday 6th March. 6 March - 2 April. westspace.org.au/event/when-shoe-leaves-foot/

Daniel Malone in conversation with Jon Bywater.
Tuesday 10 February from 6pm at the Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium.

Ruth Buchanan is featured in Fit for Purpose at the Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland.
8 February – 3 May 2015. www.kunsthausglarus.ch/en/frontend/exhibition_detail/484

Nicholas Mangan is featured in a group exhibition as part of Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art’s three-part presentation series entitled Art in the Age of ….
23 January 2015 – 3 January 2016. www.wdw.nl/event/art-in-the-age-of-energy-and-raw-material/

Kate Newby’s The sky, a wall, and a tree 2015 is featured in the group exhibition Eraser at Laurel Gitlen, New York.
January 11 – February 15. www.laurelgitlen.com/exhibitions/64-eraser

Several gallery artists are currently participating in A world undone: Works from the Chartwell Collection at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. The exhibition displays a sample of recent acquisitions of the Chartwell Trust, whose important collection of contemporary New Zealand and international art has been under the guardianship of Auckland Art Gallery since 1997. The show includes works by Andrew Barber, Dane Mitchell, Peter Robinson, and Nicholas Mangan, whose film, A world undone, lends the show its title. The exhibition is on Level 2 of Auckland Art Gallery until 5 April 2015.

Andrew Barber, Fiona Connor, and Kate Newby have work in the group exhibition SPACES at The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt. 13 December 2014 - 22 March 2015.

Ruth Buchanan's new commission for A-Z. The Marzona Collection at Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin is on display until 8 February 2015.

Buchanan will present new work for the group exhibition, Fit For Purpose, at Kunsthaus Glarus. 8 February - 3 May 2015.

A new text by Federica Bueti about writing and publishing in the work of Ruth Buchanan will be released shortly on Three Letter Words.

Oscar Enberg has a solo exhibition, Jean, Jean et l'enfant sauvage, at Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles. 10 January - 14 February 2015.

Enberg will make a solo presentation with Thomas Duncan Gallery at Paramount Ranch, Los Angeles. 30 January - 1 February 2015.

Daniel Malone is currently artist-in-residence at McCahon House, Titirangi. Malone will be in residence until 17 February 2015. As part of the residency program, Malone will make a solo exhibition at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Titirangi in February 2015.

Dane Mitchell has recently completed a new permanent public sculpture for Massey University, Albany. The work is viewable from 11 December on the main campus.

Mitchell will make a solo presentation with RaebervonStenglin, Zurich at Villa Toronto, Canada. 16 - 23 January 2015.

Nicholas Mangan and Luke Willis Thompson will participate in Surround Audience: New Museum Triennial. The 2015 Triennial is organized by Lauren Cornell (Curator, 2015 Triennial, Museum as Hub, and Digital Projects at the New Museum), and artist Ryan Trecartin. This third iteration of the Triennial will feature fifty-one artists and artist collectives from over twenty-five countries. 25 February - 24 May 2015.

Luke Willis Thompson recently took part in the public symposium Stronger than Stone: Re-inventing the Indigenous Monument, hosted by Alberta College of Art + Design, the University of Saskatchewan and Kenderdine Art Gallery, the Mendel Art Gallery (in conjunction with Museums 3.0), and Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Thompson spoke with Jimmie Durham, Michael Taussig, and Candice Hopkins. A recording of the discussion is available to view: new.livestream.com/accounts/10725683/STS

Thompson also has a new research work in the exhibition, Just as money is the paper, the gallery is the room, at Osage Shanghai. 20 November 2014 – 28 February 2015.


Kate Newby presents 'Laura, Lucy, Mark and Felix' on Oriental Bay, Wellington.
Opening Wednesday 10 December, 5-6 pm. The installation is on view from 11-16 December between 5.30 - 6.30pm. www.modelab.info/

Ruth Buchanan is featured in the presentation JKL #4/9 as part of The exhibition "A-Z. The Marzona Collection" at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin.
25 November 2014 - 8 February 2015.

Nicholas Mangan participates in Thinking about building, a group exhibition at The Physics Room, Christchurch.
The exhibition is curated by Melanie Oliver and includes work by: Sophie Bannan, Andrew Just, Amiria Kiddle, Mark Leong & Nick Sargent, Nicholas Mangan, Hamish Shaw, Blaine Western. For more information visit: physicsroom.org.nz/exhibitions/thinking-about-building-2

Daniel Malone will complete his residency at the Centrum Kultury Zamek, Poznan with the realisation of Pamiętam, że w Zamku [I Remember, in the Castle].
The project is transdisciplinary, developed in collaboration with director Weronika Szawinska, actor Piotr Wawer and sound designer Krzysztof Kaliski. 30 October - 23 November. www.zamek.poznan.pl

Kate Newby has a solo exhibition, Tiny-But-Adventurous, at Rokeby, London.
16 October - 12 December 2014. www.rokebygallery.com/exhibitions/kate-newby

Fiona Connor and Michala Paludan present Newspaper Reading Club: New York Poster Project at Lisa Cooley, New York.
First established in 2011, the Newspaper Reading Club is an ongoing project that takes many forms including; performances, radio broadcasts, publications and posters. Central to the project is an investigation of how people retrieve their news and how they engage with larger narratives of current affairs. In this instance 10 readings will take place throughout New York City and the five boroughs, in public and semi-public space between October 2 and October 15, 2014. Recordings of these will then be transcribed and pasted back up as posters in the same spot. www.lisa-cooley.com

Hopkinson Mossman is very pleased to announce that Luke Willis Thompson has been awarded the 2014 Walters Prize.
The $50,000 Walters Prize is awarded for an outstanding work of contemporary New Zealand art produced and exhibited during the past two years. Thompson was nominated for inthisholeonthisislandwhereiam, a solo exhibition at Hopkinson Mossman (then Hopkinson Cundy) in 2012. The Walters Prize exhibition is on display at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki in the Level Two Chartwell Galleries until 12 October 2014. For more see: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Oscar Enberg has a solo exhibition, Sire So-and-So or Richard Pågen, at Johan Berggren, Malmo.
Opening Thursday 9 October 2014. www.johanberggren.com

Ruth Buchanan and Milli Jannides have a two-person exhibition, titled Sound Bow, at Johan Berggren, Malmo.
Opening Thursday 9 October 2014. www.johanberggren.com

Tahi Moore has a solo exhibition at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.
Opening 5 September 2014.
www.gertrude.org.au/

Kate Newby has a solo exhibition, I feel like a truck on a wet highway, at Lulu, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico.
2 August - 5 October 2014. For more see: luludf.tumblr.com/

Hopkinson Mossman is pleased to announce its participation at Spring 1883, Melbourne.
Spring 1883 is a new boutique art fair that sees twenty galleries exhibiting in suites at The Windsor, Melbourne’s oldest grand hotel. For the inaugural Spring 1883, Hopkinson Mossman presents works by gallery artists including: Nick Austin, Fiona Connor, Oscar Enberg, Milli Jannides, Nicholas Mangan, Peter Robinson and Renee So. The gallery is pleased to be sharing a large Victorian suite with Foxy Production, New York. For more information, please visit spring1883.com, or contact the gallery.

Fiona Connor participates in TL; DR, a group exhibtion curated by Michael Ned Holte at Artspace, Auckland.
12 October - 8 November 2014
The exhibition includes work by: Newspaper Reading Club, Mariah Garnett, Devin Kenny, Jarett Kobek, Becca Lieb, Tyler Coburn

Fiona Connor presents Newspaper Reading Club at Lisa Cooley, New York.
1 - 14 October 2014. www.lisa-cooley.com/

Fiona Connor has a solo exhibition (Wallworks), Monash Univeristy Museum of Art, Melbourne.
18 July - 20 September 2014. For more info visit: monash.edu/muma/exhibitions/2014/fiona-connor.html

Nicholas Mangan will show work in Anthropocene Monument, a group exhibition at Les Abattoirs, Toulouse.
4 October 2014 - January 4 2015. For more see: www.lesabattoirs.org/en/expositions/anthropocene-monument

Nicholas Mangan participates in Octopus: Nothing Beside Remains, at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.
25 July - 23 August 2014. For more see: www.gertrude.org.au/exhibitions/gallery-11/upcoming-15/

Luke Willis Thompson participates in the Walters Prize Exhibition at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
Thompson joins fellow shortlisted artists Simon Denny, Maddie Leach and Kalisolaite 'Uhila in the Walters Prize Exhibition at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki from 12 July - 12 October 2014. The winning work will be chosen by an international judge - named later this year - and announced at the Walters Prize Dinner on 26 September. Thompson is nominated for inthisholeonthisislandwhereiam, an exhibition at Hopkinson Cundy (now Hopkinson Mossman) from 14-31 March 2012.
See: www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/events/2014/july/the-walters-prize-2014

Bill Culbert has a solo exhibition (Light Levels) at CASTLE OF ADHEMAR Center for Contemporary Art, Montélimar, France.
5 July - 5 October 2014.
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Kate Newby participates in The Promise at Arnolfini, Bristol.
The Promise features new commissions across Bristol by Assemble, Jeremiah Day, Jennifer Kabat, Gabriel Lester, Lost Property, Kate Newby and Oscar Tuazon.
In Arnolfini's galleries there will be an exhibition with models, documents, photographs and works by Abraham Cruzvillegas, Luke Fowler, Isa Genzken, Judith Hopf, Zak Kyes, Marcel Breuer, John Miller, Charlotte Moth, muf: architecture/art, Studio Manuel Raeder, Josef Strau, Sophie Warren and Jonathan Mosley, Stephen Willats and a Mapping Project: Doing Things Separately Together.
Exhibition runs 19 July - 9 November 2014.
www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/the-promise

Fiona Connor: Wallworks Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne 18 July - 20 September 2014
www.eyelinepublishing.com/eyeline-82/review/fiona-connor-wallworks



Daniel Malone will perform as part of The Artists: Visual Artists’ concerts and sound projects (2nd edition) at Zacheta National Gallery, Warsaw on 14 July 2014
www.zacheta.art.pl/en/article/view/1995/festival-the-artists

Fiona Connor participates in Made in L.A. : Public Fiction's 'The Room', at Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
1 July - 13 July 2014. For more see: hammer.ucla.edu/made-in-la-2014/public-fiction/


For the month of July, Daniel Malone will be artist in residence at Centrum Kultury Zamek, Poznan.
Malone will be working towards an experimental theatre production in collaboration with director Weronika Szawinska, actor Piotr Wawer and sound designer Krzysztof Kaliski.

Dane Mitchell participates in the Klöntal Triennale 2014, A Place Like This, at Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland.
25 May - 10 August 2014. For more information see: www.kloentaltriennale.ch.

Ruth Buchanan participates in 'Wiederholung' at Westfaelischer Kunstverein, Germany.
17 May - 27 July 2014. For more see: www.westfaelischer-kunstverein.de


Nicholas Mangan shows work in Concrete, a group show at Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.
3 May – 5 July 2014. For more visit: www.monash.edu.au/muma/exhibitions/2014/concrete.html

Daniel Malone has a solo exhibition at Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok, Poland.
11 April - 29 May 2014.
For more info visit: galeria-arsenal.pl/en/exhibitions/daniel-malone-babylon-rising.html

Newby currently has work in the following group exhibitions:
Thin Air, a group show at Slopes, Melbourne, until 1 March 2014; Slip Cast, a group exhibition of contemporary ceramics at the Dowse Museum, Lower Hutt, from 15 February - 2 June 2014; Lovers, a group exhibition curated by Martin Basher at Starkwhite, Auckland, until 6 March 2014; and Mud and Water, a group exhibition at Rokeby, London, until 7 March 2014.

Luke Willis Thompson presents new work in Foreign Exchange (or the stories you wouldn't tell a stranger), Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt am Main.
Until 4 January 2015. The work presented was developed during Thompson's residency at Weltkulturen Labor last year.

Nicholas Mangan shows in Creative Suite, Square2, City Gallery, Wellington.
Creative Suite is curated by Andrea Bell and includes work by Nicholas Mangan, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Joshua Petherick and Greatest Hits. 10 February - 6 April 2014.

Ruth Buchanan participates, over the course of a year, in the exhibition series ‘A–Z. The Marzona Collection’ at Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin.


Fiona Connor will undertake a residency at Monash University Museum or Art (MUMA) from 18 May - 25 July, culminating in a solo exhibition opening mid-July 2014.


Fiona Connor currently has work in Aftertaste, a group exhibition organized by Yale College Arts in conjunction with CalArts School of Art.
10 February - 31 March 2014 at Grand Central Market, 317 S Broadway, Los Angeles.

Bill Culbert presents a major new installation for #1: Cartagena, The First International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias, Columbia.
The Biennial is directed by Berta Sichel and co-curated by Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, and Paul Willemsen and runs until 7 April 2014.

Dane Mitchell has a solo exhibition at Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles from 15 March - 3 May 2014.


Kate Newby will be talking in conversation with Nicolaus Schafhausen for the Govett-Brewster's Monica Brewster Evening.
Tuesday 25 March 2014 from 6 - 8pm at The Mayfair, Devon St West, New Plymouth.

Daniel Malone collaborates with Martha Rosler to present one of nine new local projects for Rosler's survey show A Guide for the Perplexed.
The exhibition is curated by Kaja Pawełek and Adam Mazur for Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw. 14 February - 4 May 2014.

Dane Mitchell shows work in Hit List at Institute of Contemporary Art Newtown.
7-23 February 2014. www.ican.wordpress.com

Nicholas Mangan’s A World Undone, 2012 is featured in the three-part series group show Art in the Age Of … at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam.
23 January 2015 – 3 January 2016.


Luke Willis Thompson presents a new work in Foreign Exchange (or the stories you wouldn't tell a stranger), Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt am Main.
16 January 2014 - 4 January 2015

Nicola Farquhar will show new work in a group exhibition, Method and Gesture, at Utopian Slumps, Melbourne.  
The exhibition is curated by Melissa Loughnan and includes work by Milli Jannides, Helen Johnson, Merryn Lloyd and Michelle Ussher. 16 November - 14 December 2013.

Nicholas Mangan participates in the group exhibition, Melbourne Now, at National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne.
22 November 2013 - 23 March 2014.

Tahi Moore has a solo exhibition, Beta Minus, at TCB art inc., Melbourne.
6 November - 23 November 2013

Kate Newby has work in a group exhibition, because the world is round it turns me on, at Arratia Beer, Berlin.
The exhibition is curated by Clara Meister, opening 14 November 2013.

Peter Robinson has a solo exhibition, Cuts & Junctures, at The Adam Art Gallery until 20 December 2013.
www.adamartgallery.org.nz

Peter Robinson has a solo exhibition, Tribe Subtribe, at The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt.
14 December 2013 – 30 March 2014. For more see: www.dowse.org.nz

Nick Austin currently has an exhibition, Fallen Picture with Harpoon, in Rear Window at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
12 October - 17 November 2013.

Nick Austin has an exhibition, Fallen Picture with Harpoon, in Rear Window at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
12 October - 17 November 2013.

Fiona Connor and Kate Newby show new work in a group exhibition, The things we know, at Henningsen Gallery, Copenhagen.
The exhibition is curated by Tim Saltarelli and includes work by: Mathieu K. Abonnenc, Andreas Bunte, Fiona Connor, Camille Henrot, Channa Horwitz, Sam Lewitt, Maria Loboda, Kate Newby, Benjamin Tiven, Vincent Vulsma. 11 October - 9 November 2013. For more see: www.henningsengallery.com

Fiona Connor will make a new collaborative project with Dan Arps, titled Commons Co-op Coop, for the 7th SCAPE Public Art Biennial in Christchurch.
SCAPE is curated by Blair French and runs from 27 September - 9 November 2013. www.scapebiennial.org.nz

Nick Austin, Andrew Barber and Nicola Farquhar participate in New Revised Edition at City Gallery Wellington. 24 September - 1 December 2013.
www.citygallery.org.nz

Dane Mitchell has work in a group exhibition, Tapping the Third Realm, at Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles. 22 September - 8 December 2013.
www.otis.edu

Kate Newby has a solo exhibition, Maybe I won't go to sleep at all., at La Loge, Brussels.
19 September - 16 November 2013. For more see: www.la-loge.be

Peter Robinson, Fiona Connor and Nicholas Mangan participate in the 13th Istanbul Biennale.
The 2013 edition, Mom, am I barbarian?, is curated by Fulya Erdemci and runs from from 14 September - 10 November 2013. www.bienal.iksv.org/en

Nicholas Mangan presents a major new work, Progress in Action, for Weather Permitting: 9th Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre, Brazil, curated by Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy.
The exhibition runs from 13 September - 10 November 2013. www.9bienalmercosul.art.br

Tahi Moore will make a solo exhibition at Artspace, Auckland from 13 September - 5 October 2013.
www.artspace.org.nz

Dane Mitchell participates in The Financial Report, a group exhibition at Artspace, Sydney, curated by Mark Feary.
The exhibition features work by Denis Beaubois, Melanie Gilligan, Matthew Griffin, Christian Jankowski, Andrew Liversidge, Dane Mitchell, and Natalie Thomas. 21 August - 29 September 2013.

Kate Newby's new book, Let the other thing in, published by Sternberg Press and Fogo Island Arts and edited by Rosemary Heather and Nicolaus Schafhausen, is now available.
The publication features an interview with Newby by Mami Kataoka; an essay by Jennifer Kabat; a conversation between Newby, geologist Paul Dean and strategist Daniel Wong; as well as a photo series of people skimming her ceramic stones into various bodies of water.
www.sternberg-press.com

Ruth Buchanan's work features in a new catalogue for Schaubilder (Diagrams), a 2012 group exhibition at Bielefelder Kunstverein.
The publication is edited by Thomas Thiel and features contributions from Nicolas Bourquin, Ruth Buchanan, Gerhard Dirmoser, Nikolaus Gansterer, Philipp Hamann, Luis Jacob, Eva Kotátková, Susanne Leeb, Michael Najjar, Alexandre Singh, Marcus Steinweg, Niloufar Tajeri, Thomas Thiel, Jorinde Voigt, Kirsten Wagner. Visit the Sternberg site here.

Daniel Malone presents 1990Now!, a project for Turborealism (Breaking Ground) at Izolyatsia Foundation, Donetsk, Ukraine. Until 3 November 2013.
www.izolyatsia.org

Kate Newby will show new work in Between being and doing, a group exhibition at Utopian Slumps, Melbourne.
The exhibition is curated by Brooke Babington and Melissa Loughnan, and includes work by Joshua Petherick, Sriwhana Spong, and Alex Vivian. 27 July - 17 August 2013.

Fiona Connor has organized an exhibition, Mural Problem, for Otras Obras, Tijuana.
Mural Problem is a series of 10 posters installed around Tijuana that respond to their site of installation by Albert Samreth, Amy Howden-Chapman, Brendan Fowler, Chris Kraus, Fernando Corona, Helen Johnson, Ken Ehrlich, Michael Ray-Von, Newspaper Reading Club, Pablo Rasgado, and Thomas Kracauer. From 16 July 2013, indefinitely.

Connor has a project with Andrew Gohlich for The Machine Project Field Guide to L.A.
Photographs and sculpture by Connor and Gohlich will be installed in and around a sidehill viaduct in Los Angeles for a single day. The Machine Project Field Guide to L.A. Architecture is part of Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A.

Ruth Buchanan currently has work in Among The Machines, a group exhibition at Dunedin Public Art Gallery. 6 July - 3 November 2013.
www.dunedin.art.museum

Dane Mitchell shows work in 'Black Square - 100 years' at Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide.
Facilitated by Iakovos Amperidis and Alex Gawronski, with work by Iakovos Amperidis, Daniel Boyd, Marya Elimelakh Nicholas Folland, Alex Gawronski, Shane Haseman, Biljana Jancic, Michelle Nikou, Justene Williams, IRWIN, Sean Kerr, Dane Mitchell, et al. 14 June to 13 July 2013. www.aeaf.org.au

Fiona Connor, Nicholas Mangan, Tahi Moore, Kate Newby participate in Third/Forth: Artist Facilitated Biennale at Margaret Lawrence Gallery.
Coordinated by Christopher L G Hill. With work by Dan Arps, Sean Bailey, Olivia Barrett, Matthew Benjamin, Jon Campbell, Trevelyan Clay, Fiona Connor and Michala Paludan, James Deutsher, DoubleFly, George Egerton Warbuton, Endless Lonely Planet, ffiXXed, Alicia Frankovich, Justin K Fuller, Marco Fusinato, Greatist Hits, Ardi Gunawan, Hao Guo, Christopher L G Hill, Matt Hinkley, David Homewood, Matthew Hopkins, Lou Hubbard, Renee Jaeger, Helen Johnson, Kenneth Biennale (curated by Kenneth Pittock: Chris Clarke, Christo Crocker, Christina Hayes, Chris L G Hill, Christine Pittock, Christopher Sciuto), Legendary Hearts (Kieran Hegarty and Andrew Cowie), S.T. Lore, Patrick Lunberg, Carrie McGrath, Rob McKenzie, Nick Magan, Gian Manik, Kate Meakin, Adelle Mills, Tahi Moore, Kate Newby, Elizabeth Newman, Virginia Overall, Sean Peoples, Joshua Petherick, Kain Picken, Lisa Radford, and Sam George, Nick Selenitsch, Kate Smith, Sydney (Esther Edquist), Masato Takasaka, Ben Tankard, Alex Vivian, Nicki Wynnychuk, y3k. 31 May - 23 June 2013. vca.unimelb.edu.au/gallery

Ruth Buchanan participates in 'Emmy Moore's Journal: An Exhibition Based on a Letter in a Short Story by Jane Bowles' at Salts, Birsfelden.
Curated by Quinn Latimer for The Printed Room, with contributions by: Annette Amberg, Ruth Buchanan, Moyra Davey, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Shana Lutker, Charlotte Moth, Amalia Pica, Sam Porritt, Julia Rometti & Victor Costales, Vanessa Safavi, Hagar Schmidhalter, Sylvia Sleigh, Danh Vo, Jennifer West. 14 June - 21 July 2013. www.salts.ch

Dane Mitchell shows work in the group exhibition, Market Forces: The Friction of Opposites at Osage Kwun Tong, Hong Kong.
17 May - 17 July 2013. Market Forces: The Friction of Opposites is curated by Joselina Cruz, Ark Fongsmut, Lee Daehyung, Qiu Zhijie and Alia Swastika, with works by Pio Abad, Nilo Ilarde, Alvin Zafra, Joshua Oppenheimer, Au Hoi Lam, Vivian Poon, Jin Shan, Arin Rungjang, Han Jinsu, Lee Sangjun, Chen Chenchen, Liu Jiajing, Song Zhen, Zhao Jingyan, Wisnu Auri, Iswanto Hartono, Roslisham Ismail, Dane Mitchell, Melati Suryodarmo.
For more see: www.osagegallery.com


In the May 2013 issue of Artforum: Anthony Byrt reviews Ruth Buchanan's exhibition at Hopkinson Cundy, Auckland, and Slywia Serafinowicz reviews Daniel Malone at Foksal Gallery, Warsaw.
For more see: www.artforum.com

Fiona Connor participates in the group show, 'Works Sited, reprised' at Cleopatra's, New York.
Curated by Olivian Cha, with work by Miles Ake, Kathryn Andrews, Joshua Callaghan, Fiona Connor & Michala Paludan, Cayetano Ferrer, Aurelien Froment, Liz Glynn, Peter Harkawik, Will Holder, Jason Hwang, Daniel Ingroff, Angie Keefer & Robert Snowden, Brian Kennon, Sung Hwan Kim (curated by Janine Armin), Natalie Labriola & J Patrick Walsh III, Anthony Lepore, Nancy Lupo, Shana Lutker, Virginia Poundstone, Justin Thomas Schaefer, Slavs & Tatars, Mateo Tannatt. Exhibition design by artist Jason Lindsay.
May 5 - June 30, 2013. For more see: www.cleopatrascleopatras.blogspot.com

Hopkinson Cundy is pleased to announce its participation at Frieze New York with a solo presentation by Fiona Connor in the Frame section and Sculpture Park.
For more information visit: friezenewyork.com/ and friezenewyork.com/news/2013-sculpture-park/

Fiona Connor participates in 'Asamblea/Ensamblar' at Otras Obras, Tijuana.
14 April-17 May 2013. www.otrasobras.mx/

Ruth Buchanan participates in Bourgeois Leftovers at De Appel arts centre, Amsterdam.
20 April–16 June 2013.
www.bourgeoisleftovers.com
www.deappel.nl

Travis Diehl has reviewed Fiona Connor's recent solo exhibition at 1301PE, Los Angeles, for the April 2013 issue of ArtForum.
artforum.com/inprint/

Nicholas Mangan participates in 'Living in the Ruins of the Twentieth Century' at UTS Gallery, Sydney
16 April - 17 May 2013. For more see: www.art.uts.edu.au

Daniel Malone's Black Market Next To My Name features on Widok.
widok.ibl.waw.pl/index.php/one/article/view/31/41. Images can be viewed here: widok.ibl.waw.pl/index.php/one/article/view/33/39

Daniel Malone's solo exhibition at Galeria Foksal, Warsaw, is reviewed by Krzysztof Kosciuczuk on Frieze online.
You can read the article here: www.frieze.com/shows/review/daniel-malone/

Fiona Connor's exhibition at 1301PE is reviewed in ArtForum Picks.
See online here: www.artforum.com/picks/section=la#picks39358

Nicholas Mangan shows work in 'Regimes of Value' at Margaret Lawrence Gallery and The Substation, Melbourne.
14 March - 13 April 2013. For more see: thesubstation.org.au and www.vca.unimelb.edu.au/gallery

Dane Mitchell has a solo exhibition at RabervonStenglin, Zurich.
The exhibition, titled Conservation of Mass, is open 14 March - 13 April 2013. For more see: www.raebervonstenglin.com

Ruth Buchanan participates in Built with love: a group exhibition at Mother's Tankstation, Dublin.
The exhibition includes work by Ai Weiwei, Declan Clarke, Kevin Cosgrove and Daniel Tuomey. 6 March – 13 April 2013. For more see: www.motherstankstation.com

Dane Mitchell has a solo exhibition at Sassa Truelzsch, Berlin.
22 February – 13 April 2013. For more see: www.sassatruelzsch.com

Ruth Buchanan presents a new work, The Curtain, at Auckland Art Gallery.
The work will be on display in the Mezzanine level display case from 15 February - 15 March 2013. For more information see: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Ruth Buchanan has an Open Studio day at McCahon House, Titirangi on Saturday 16 February.
From 12-4pm, at McCahon House Artist Residency, 67-69 Otitori Bay Rd, Titirangi, Auckland.

Nick Austin has a solo exhibition, The Liquid Dossier, opening at the Hocken Library, Dunedin, on 15 February 2013.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a new limited edition publication with texts by Jon Bywater and Natalie Poland.

Ruth Buchanan will show new work in Version Control at Arnolfini, Bristol, from 2 February - 14 April 2013. www.arnolfini.org.uk

Jan Verwoert has written on Ruth Buchanan's work for the new issue of Frieze. www.frieze.com

Martin Herbert has reviewed Ruth Buchanan's recent solo exhibition at Krome Gallery, Berlin, for the December issue of ArtReview. www.artreview.com

Fiona Connor has a solo exhibition, Bare Use, at 1301 PE Gallery, Los Angeles, from 19 January - 23 February 2013. www.1301pe.com

Daniel Malone has a solo exhibition, The Proof Reader / Sledz Zmiany, at Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, from 25 January - 2 March 2013. www.galeriafoksal.pl

Daniel Malone participates in the group exhibition, A Few Practical Ways, curated by Ewa Borysiewic and Joanna Kordjak-Piotrowska, at Zacheta National Gallery, Warsaw, from 15 February - 31 March 2013.

Nicholas Mangan's new book, Some Kinds of Duration, published by 3-Ply and designed by the artist and Andrew Curtis, is now available through the gallery and 3-Ply: www.3-ply.net

Kate Newby is currently an artist-in-residence at Fogo Island Arts Coroporation, Newfoundland. At the close of her residency Newby will make one of the inaugural solo exhibitions at Fogo Island Gallery, opening 21 March 2013.

Luke Willis Thompson is currently an artist-in-residence at Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt am Main, for the exhibition project Gift, Legacy, Acquisition, Exchange – Anthropology and the Geography of Trade.

Nick Austin, Daniel Malone and Kate Newby participate in Everybody Knows this is Nowhere at castillo/corrales, Paris.
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere brings together remarkable music, art works, and graphic design from a diaspora of New Zealand-identified artists, their fans and critics. With contributions from Nick Austin, The AXEMEN, Paul Bonnet, Jon Bywater, Judy Darragh, Simon Denny, Bill Direen, Paul Elliman, Chris Kraus, Tom Lax, Saskia Leek, Julien Laugier, Daniel Malone, Louise Menzies, Kate Newby, Nova Paul, Peter, Natalie Robertson, Michael Stevenson, Francis Upritchard & Michelle Wise, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, et. al. 8 December 2012 - January 26 2013. Opening reception: Saturday, December 8th, from 7 to 10pm. www.castillocorrales.fr


Dane Mitchell shows work in Guests and Hosts at Contemporary Art Northhampton.
Guests and Hosts features Betterplace Portraiture, Annabel Dover, Ceal Floyer, Jessica Harby, Hayley Lock, Dane Mitchell, Ben Rivers, James Smith. 13 December 2012–3 February 2013. www.nncontemporaryart.org

HOPKINSON CUNDY IS MOVING.
Hopkinson Cundy is moving to: Level 1/19 Putiki St, Arch Hill, Auckland 1021. The gallery will re-open in its new premises on Friday 7 December 2012 with an exhibition by Tahi Moore.

Nicholas Mangan shows work in Courtesy of the Artist at CNEI, Paris.
Curated by Alexandra Baudelot, the show includes work by: Marc Augé, Renaud Auguste Dormeuil, Jean-Christophe Bailly, Daria de Beauvais, Berger & Berger, Katinka Bock, Ulla von Brandenburg, Georges Didi-Huberman, Elie During, Yona Friedman, Dora Garcia, Rebecca Geldard, Raymond Gervais, Rodney Graham, Joanna Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, Camille Henrot, Dean Inkster, Christian Jendreiko, Christophe Khim, Florence Lazar, Maria Loboda, Franck Leibovici, Benoît Maire, Catherine Malabou, Raimundas Malasauskas, Nicholas Mangan, Simone Menegoi, Chantal Pontbriand, Fabien Giraud and Raphaël Siboni, Oliver Rohe, Vittorio Santoro, Simon Starling, Tatiana Trouvé.
30 November 2012 - 28 April 2013. For more visit: www.cneai.com

Ruth Buchanan shows work in Diagrams at Bielefelder Kunstverein.
Diagrams features Ruth Buchanan, Gerhard Dirmoser, Philipp Hamann, Nikolaus Gansterer, Luis Jacob, Eva Kotátková, Michael Najjar, Alexandre Singh, Marcus Steinweg and Jorinde Voigt. Curated by Thomas Thiel.
www.bielefelder-kunstverein.de/en/exhibitions/2012/schaubilder.html

Ruth Buchanan’s new book The weather, a building has been published by Sternberg Press.
This new artist book by Ruth Buchanan charts three narratives associated with the life of Staatsbibliothek Berlin library. The anecdotes become both concrete examples and metaphors through which to interrogate the production, situating, and sharing of meaning.
With texts by Ruth Buchanan and Ian White. Designed by David Bennewith.
www.sternberg-press.com/

Andrew Barber shows new paintings at The Imperial Project.
A week-long event showcasing creative collaborations between art and design. The Imperial Project, 7 Fort Lane or 44 Queen St, Auckland, runs 10–17 November 2012.
www.thedenizen.co.nz/culture/the-imperial-project/

Fiona Connor shows work in Gap, Mark, Sever and Return, at Human Resources, Los Angeles.
Gap, Mark, Sever and Return (curated by Chiara Giovando) brings together four artists: MPA, Fiona Connor, Mandla Reuter and Erika Vogt. For more information including performance and events schedule please visit: humanresourcesla.com/

Ruth Buchanan shows work in Contact at Frankfurter Kunstverein.
5 October - 25 November 2012. For more information see: www.fkv.de

Luke Willis Thompson presents a new project for Between memory and trace at Te Tuhi, Pakuranga.
17 November 2012 - 10 February 2013. Opening Saturday 17 November at 2pm.
With Ruth Ewan, Maddie Leach and Luke Willis Thompson (curated by Bruce E. Phillips). For more: www.tetuhi.org.nz.

Hopkinson Cundy is very pleased to announce that Kate Newby has been awarded the 2012 Walters Prize.
The $50,000 Walters Prize is awarded for an outstanding work of contemporary New Zealand art produced and exhibited during the past two years. Newby was nominated for Crawl out your window, her 2010 solo exhibition at Gesellschaft für aktuelle Kunst GAK, Bremen. The Walters Prize exhibtion is on display at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki in the Level Two Chartwell Galleries until 11 November 2012. For more see: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Hopkinson Cundy is excited to announce that the gallery will relocate to Level 1, 19 Putiki Street, Arch Hill.
Nicholas Mangan's new exhibition, A World Undone, will be the last exhibition at 1/1 Cross St, Newton. The show opens Thursday 18 October and closes Saturday 17 November 2012. Hopkinson Cundy will re-open in its new premises on Friday 7 December 2012 with an exhibition of new work by Tahi Moore.

Joshua Petherick has a solo exhibition at The Vanity, Los Angeles.
14 October - 18 November 2012. For more see: thevanitygallery.tumblr.com

Joshua Petherick shows new work in 'Dodecahedron' at Platform, Melbourne.
5 - 27 October 2012. For more info see: platformartistsgroup.blogspot.co.nz/

Tahi Moore shows work in Mexico City Blues, a group exhibition curated by Chris Sharp.
29 September - 3 November 2012 at Shanaynay, Paris and 17 November - 21 December 2012 at New York Gallery, New York.

Joshua Petherick particpates in 'Exhibition: Micromanagement' curated by David Homewood at Utopian Slumps, Melbourne.
22 September - 13 October 2012. See: www.utopianslumps.com

Ruth Buchanan participates in No Touching, a project curated by Agata Jastrzabek and Dirk Snauwaert at Galerie nächst St. Stephan, Vienna for curated by_vienna 2012: art or life: aesthetics and biopolitics.
20 September - 25 October 2012. See: www.curatedby.at

Ruth Buchanan shows new work in Expanded Performance at Stroom, the Hague.
30 September - 16 December 2012.

Hopkinson Cundy is pleased to announce its participation in SUNDAY, London.
SUNDAY is a gallery-led art fair showcasing a selection of 20 young international galleries. 11 - 14 October 2012. For visitor information see: www.sunday-fair.com

Kate Newby has recently completed a public sculpture commission for the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in association with The City of New York Parks & Recreation department.
The work, How funny you are today New York, is located in Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn.

In October this year Kate Newby will begin a three month residency at Fogo Island Arts Corporation, Newfoundland.
For more information visit: www.artscorpfogoisland.ca

Joshua Petherick presents a solo exhibition, Glass Tables, at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.
24 August - 22 September 2012.

Fiona Connor particpates in IN/SITU, a program of large-scale installations, site-specific and performative works curated by Michael Ned Holte for Expo Chicago.
20 - 23 September 2012. See: www.expochicago.com

Nick Austin shows work in the group exhibition Picture This: Recently Acquired Art at Hocken Gallery, Dunedin.
31 August – 10 November 2012. For more visit: www.library.otago.ac.nz/hocken/exhibitions/picturethis.html

Ruth Buchanan has a solo exhibition, Put a curve, an arch right through it, at Kröme Gallery, Berlin from 7 September - 3 November 2012.
The show acts as a preface for Buchanan's new publication, The weather, a building, that will be released at the closing function. The weather, a building, is published by Sternberg Press, designed by David Bennewith, and features text by Buchanan and Ian White.

Crawl out your window, Kate Newby's installation for the 2012 Walters Prize exhibition, is currently on view at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
Until 11 November 2012. See: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Kate Newby discusses her work in the 2012 Walters Prize with artist and lecturer p.mule.
Sunday 5 August 3pm at the Auckland Art Gallery. For more info see: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Tahi Moore participates in the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Moore's new film, 'structure narratives pans', is included in the 2012 NZ International Film Festival. Screening: Sunday 5 August 1:00pm at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. Curated by Mark Williams, Alex Monteith and Jan Bryant. For more information see: www.nzff.co.nz

Kate Newby presents a new installation for the 2012 Walters Prize exhibition.
Opening Friday 3 August 2012. Exhibition runs 4 August - 11 November 2012 at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. For more information see: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Petherick presents new work in Event Horizon (very preliminary stages) at CONICAL, Melbourne.
3 - 25 August 2012.

Daniel Malone will participate in Peripheral Relations: Marcel Duchamp and New Zealand Art 1960-2011, curated by Christina Barton and Marcus Moore, Adam Art Gallery.
27 July - 7 October 2012. For more information see: www.adamartgallery.org.nz/

Hopkinson Cundy is pleased to announce its participation in The New Fair, Melbourne.
The gallery will present new work by Andrew Barber. 2-5 August 2012. For more information see: www.thenewfair.com

Daniel Malone is one of 6 artists selected for the Izolyatsia Foundation residency program in Donetsk, Ukraine, from June - August 2012.
Malone will return to Donetsk in June 2013 for a presentation of work at Izolyatsia Foundation. For more information visit: www.izolyatsia.org/en/

Nicholas Mangan shows new work in Sinking Islands at LABOR, Mexico City.
14 July - 31 August 2012. Curated by Vincent Normand, with Katinka Bock, Etienne Chambaud, Hernán Díaz, Fabien Giraud, Karl Holmqvist, The Institute for Figuring. For more information see: www.labor.org.mx

Luke Willis Thompson has a performance on Sunday 1 July at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki as part of Made Active: The Chartwell Show.
Departs from and returns to Auckland Art Gallery at 3pm / 3.15pm / 3.30pm / 3.45pm. Allow 30 minutes for round trip. No bookings. Strictly limited to 12 people per session. For more info see: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Clouds and Hopkinson Cundy are pleased to invite you to the launch of Pursuit of an Ideal, a new publication by Louise Menzies.
Wednesday 20 June 6-8pm. A selection of Menzies' works will be hung in the gallery during the launch, including a screening of the 16mm projection, Peloha. Copies of the book are available on the night, from selected booksellers and from Clouds: www.clouds.co.nz/louise-menzies-pursuit-of-an-ideal

Hopkinson Cundy is at LISTE 17, Basel from 12-17 June 2012.
The gallery will present a solo booth by Ruth Buchanan. For further enquiries please contact the gallery directly. For tickets and visitor information please see www.liste.ch.
The gallery's participation at LISTE is supported by Creative New Zealand: www.creativenz.govt.nz

Ruth Buchanan participates in Grapefruit-Art as an Idea, as part of Yoko Ono's exhibition at Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
For the exhibition at Moderna Museet Ono has written a new instruction, Search for the Fountain. The text has been sent to some 20 artists who have been invited to respond to, and comment on, the text in various ways. Curated by Cecilia Widenheim. 6 June - 16 September 2012. For more visit: www.modernamuseet.se

Ruth Buchanan shows new work in Beyond Words at GAK, Bremen.
23 June - 9 September 2012. For more information see: www.gak-bremen.de

Fiona Connor particpates in Made in L.A. 2012, the first Los Angeles biennial.
Made in L.A. 2012 is organized by the Hammer Museum in collaboration with LAXART and will be presented at the Hammer, LAXART, and the Department of Cultural Affairs’ Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park.
2 June - 2 September 2012. For more see: hammer.ucla.edu/

Hopkinson Cundy is pleased to announce Kate Newby's nomination for the 2012 Walters Prize.
Newby is nominated for Crawl out your window, her 2010 solo exhibition at Gesellschaft für aktuelle Kunst GAK, Bremen. The finalists’ artworks will be exhibited at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki for three months from 4 August 2012, and an international judge will choose the winner in late October.

Fiona Connor has a solo exhibition, Untitled (Mural Design), opening at Dunedin Public Art Gallery on 27 April 2012.
The exhibition runs 28 April - 12 August 2012. For more information visit: www.dunedin.art.museum

Ruth Buchanan will show work in A wavy line is drawn across the middle of the original plans (curated by Søren Grammel) at the Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne.
19 April - 10 June 2012. For more information see: www.koelnischerkunstverein.de

Tahi Moore shows work in Made Active: The Chartwell Show Video Programme.
On display in the Level 2 foyer of the Auckland Art Gallery from 14 April - 15 July 2012. For more information visit the Auckland Art Gallery site: www.aucklandartgallery.com

Kate Newby particpates in the ISCP Open Studios from 11-13 May 2012.
ISCP Open Studios presents work by the 35 ISCP artists and curators in residence, accompanied by live performances, panel discussions and exhibitions. For more information please visit: www.iscp-nyc.org

Daniel Malone will present a major installation of his 2007 work Black Market Next To My Name in Made Active: The Chartwell Show at the Auckland Art Gallery.
The exhibition is drawn from the Chartwell Collection and curated by Natasha Conland. 14 April - 15 July 2012. For more information visit the Auckland Art Gallery site: www.aucklandartgallery.com.

Kate Newby will install new temporary public works in Olive St. Gardens, Brooklyn in association with the ISCP, New York and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.
The works can be viewed between 14 - 29 April 2012 at the corner of Powers and Olive Sts, Brooklyn.

Joshua Petherick shows with The Common Guild as part of "Together Towards 2014".
In collaboration with ACCA, during Glasgow International Arts Festival, April - 7 May 2012, in various locations across Glasgow. For more info see: www.thecommonguild.org.uk

Tahi Moore is featured in ArtReview's Future Greats.
Originally published in ArtReview Issue 57, March 2012. You can read the short essay, by curator Chris Sharp, here: www.artreview.com/profiles/blogs/future-great-2012-tahi-moore-by-chris-sharp

A review of Nicolas Mangan's exhibition, Some Kinds of Duration, is featured in Broadsheet, Melbourne.
Originally published 27 February 2012. You can read the article online here: www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/arts-and-entertainment/article/nicholas-mangans-monumental-photocopier-ccp

Daniel Malone participates in 'every cloud has a silver lining', Artspace, Auckland.
'every cloud has a silver lining' is an exhibition and event program to mark ARTSPACE’S silver anniversary; twenty-five years of developing and supporting contemporary art in New Zealand.
 16 March – 5 April 2012. For more information see: www.artspace.org.nz

Tahi Moore shows a new video work at ST PAUL St Gallery Three as part of the Curatorial Season 2012.
For more information see: www.stpaulst.aut.ac.nz/screenings/curatorial-season-2012

Nicholas Mangan and Kate Newby show work in Running on Pebbles: through-lines with incidents and increments, at The Snakepit, Auckland.
18 February - 1 March 2012. Opening Friday 17 February at 5.30pm. Curated by Allan Smith. For more see: snakepit.co.nz/

Fiona Connor, Tahi Moore and Joshua Petherick participate in 'Chinatown: the sequel', at Ltd. Los Angeles.
Curated by Liv Barrett. 10 February 2012 - 17 March 2012. For more info see: www.ltdlosangeles.com/

Kate Newby has been selected for the The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP).
Kate will be based at ISCP in New York from February-May 2012. For more information see: www.iscp-nyc.org/index.html

Nicholas Mangan has a solo exhibition, Some kinds of duration, at Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.
10 February – 1 April 2012. Opening Thursday 9 February 6-8pm. For more see: www.ccp.org.au/

Fiona Connor has a solo show, Murals and Print, at Various Small Fires, L.A.
8 January - 12 February 2012. For more information see: www.facebook.com/varioussmallfires

Daniel Malone particpates in No, No, I Hardly Ever Miss a Show at Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw.
The exhibition is curated by Anna Tomczak and Stanisław Welbel, and runs 10 Dec 2011 - 12 Feb 2012. For more information see: www.zacheta.art.pl

Fiona Connor is one of a group of CalArts students whose respective research forms the basis of The Experimental Impulse at REDCAT, L.A.
Fiona talks to James Welling about the intersection between Conceptual art and pedagogy here: soundcloud.com/fiona-connor/james-welling-in-conversation and more information on the exhibition is available here: www.redcat.org/exhibition/experimental-impulse.

Daniel Malone participates in Burn What You Cannot Steal, Galerija Nova, Zagreb.
5 December 2011 to 28 January 2012.

Tahi Moore has a solo exhibition, I guess you'd call it a video composition with pyramid and beats, at Te Tuhi, Auckland.
26 November 2011 - 29 January 2012. For more information visit: www.tetuhi.org.nz/exhibitions/exhibitiondetails.php?id=110

Kate Newby, Fiona Connor and Ruth Buchanan participate in PROSPECT: New Zealand Art Now at City Gallery Wellington.
26 November 2011 – 12 February 2012. For more see: citygallery.org.nz/

Tahi Moore shows new video work in St Paul Street's FrontBox Gallery.
2 December 2011 - 20 January 2012. For more see: www.stpaulst.aut.ac.nz

Joshua Petherick participates in the Gertrude Studios 2011 Exhibition.
19 November - 17 December 2011. For more see: www.gertrude.org.au/

Fiona Connor has recieved an Award for Patronage donation from Chartwell Trust and the Arts Foundation.
The Award goes towards production costs for Fiona's New Zealand exhibition projects in 2012, with a particular focus on her Dunedin Public Art Gallery Residency Exhibition. For more see: www.thearts.co.nz/award_for_patronage.php

Nick Austin has been awarded the University of Otago Frances Hodgkins Fellowship for 2012.
For more information see: www.otago.ac.nz/otagofellows/hodgkins.html

Nicholas Mangan is currently undertaking a residency at Recollets, Paris.
For more information see: www.international-recollets-paris.org/

Fiona Connor will undertake an 3 month residency at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery (DPAG) in February 2012.


Hopkinson Cundy presents new work by Kate Newby at SUNDAY art fair, London.
SUNDAY is a young gallery-led international art fair that takes place at Ambika P3, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS.
See: www.sunday-fair.com

Kate Newby's site-specific commission for the new Auckland Art Gallery is open to view on the North Terrace.
The work, I'm just like a pile of leaves (2011), is one of three inaugural artist's commissions and will be on display until 3 March 2012.
For more information see: www.aucklandartgallery.com/

Fiona Connor, Kate Newby and Nick Austin show work in Toi Aotearoa, one of the opening exhibtions at the Auckland Art Gallery.
Toi Aotearoa presents work from the gallery's permanent collection by New Zealand artists from 1900-today.
For more see: www.aucklandartgallery.com/

Daniel Malone presents The Rhythm of Vision: An Activity in Three Parts, A Party in Three Acts as part of 'Eyes Looking for a Head to Inhabit' at Museum Sztuki, Lodz.
30 September - 11 December 2011.
For more information see: www.msl.org.pl

Daniel Malone shows work in Measure the city with the body; an itinerant Physics Room project,
26 August – 23 September, at St Paul Street Gallery, Auckland. For more see: www.stpaulst.aut.ac.nz/

Kate Newby participates in Melanchoptopia at Witte de With, Rotterdam.
Curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen and Anne-Claire Schmitz, Melanchotopia is a context-specific exhibition that invites more than forty international artists to work with different venues in Rotterdam. 3 September - 27 November 2011.
For more see: www.wdw.nl

Joshua Petherick has a solo show, Sartogian Bedding, at Croy Nielsen, Berlin.
For more see: www.croynielsen.de

Hopkinson Cundy presents Nick Austin at Liste 16: the Young Art Fair in Basel from 14 – 19 June 2011.
Booth 0/9/3. For tickets and visitor information please see www.liste.ch

Daniel Malone and Nick Austin show work in 'Collecting Contemporary' at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington.
9 June 2011 – June 2012. See: www.tepapa.govt.nz for more information.

The exhibition, Bas Jan Ader: Suspended Between Laughter and Tears, including work by Kate Newby, travels to the Museo de Arte Zapopan (MAZ) in Guadalajara, Mexico from 3 June to 4 September 2011.
See: portal.zapopan.gob.mx/maz/

Joshua Petherick presents 'magazine paintings', in collaboration with Christopher LG Hill, in New Psychedelia at the University of Queensland Art Gallery. 7 May – 3 July 2011.
See: href="http://www.artmuseum.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=153980

Fiona Connor shows work in ON FORGERY: IS ONE THING BETTER THAN ANOTHER?, curated by Andrew Berardini and Lesley Moon, at LAXART, Los Angeles. 2 – 14 May 2011.
See: www.laxart.org/exhibitions/

Fiona Connor shows work in Beige and Plastic, an exhibition and office party at Khastoo Gallery, Los Angeles.
7 + 8th May 2011. For more see: khastoo.blogspot.com

Tahi Moore participates in Carraway Downs, a group show curated by Roman Mitch, at Artspace, Auckland.
7 May – 18 June 2011.
For more see: artspace.org.nz

Fiona Connor has a show, Reading the map while driving, at Cal Arts, Los Angeles.
25 – 29 April 2011.

Kate Newby shows work in Out of a stone – a two day group exhibition at Banner Repeater, London.
Opening 7 May 2011. Curated by Daniel Munn and Lydia Cowpertwait. For more see: www.bannerrepeater.org

Nicholas Mangan will show work in Talking Pictures at Artspace Sydney, a group exhibition curated by Melanie Oliver.
20 April – 22 May 2011. See: www.artspace.org.au/gallery_project.php?i=140



Nick Austin and Fiona Connor participate in FAX at St Paul Street Gallery, Auckland. FAX is a travelling exhibition curated by João Ribas, co-organised by The Drawing Center, New York and ICI (Independent Curators International), New York, and circulated by ICI. Opening Thursday 7 April 5.30pm.
For more see: www.stpaulst.aut.ac.nz

Joshua Petherick and Nicholas Mangan are currently participating in the ACCA Regional Touring Program (ART#2).
Curated by Hannah Matthews, Art#2 is a program of exhibitions that showcase contemporary art projects by Victoria's most influential and upcoming artists at Australian regional galleries in Horsham, Hamilton and Warrnambool. For more visit: www.accaonline.org.au

Also in association with ACCA, Nicholas Mangan has a work on show at The Big Wall Project, Crown Metropol Hotel, Melbourne (viewable 24 hours a day).
For more info see: www.accaonline.org.au/.



Daniel Malone shows new work in PROJEKTY WYBRANE / SELECTED PROJECTS.
PROJEKTY WYBRANE is a group exhibition in Zielona Gora’s BWA gallery (curated by Romuald Demidenko). Until 27 March 2011.
For more info see: www.bwazg.pl

Joshua Petherick shows work in Social Sculpture, curated by Charlotte Day, at Anna Schwartz Gallery in Sydney.
Open from Saturday 2 April 2011.
See: www.annaschwartzgallery.com

Hopkinson Cundy will make a solo presentation of new work by Nick Austin at Liste 16: The Young Art Fair in Basel, in June 2011.
For more info see: liste.ch

Fiona Connor has work in De-Building at the Christchurch Art Gallery from until 15 May 2011.
For more see: christchurchartgallery.org.nz/exhibitions/de-building

Nicholas Mangan participates in the group exhibition, Talking Pictures, curated by Melanie Oliver, at Artspace Sydney from 20 April - 22 May 2011.
For more see: www.artspace.org.au

Andrew Barber has a solo exhibition
opening 12 March at Y3K Gallery, Melbourne.

Joshua Petherick has a show of work entitled Simultaneous Solitudes opening Saturday 12 February alongside Dan Arps and James Deutsher at Y3K Gallery, Melbourne and has work in Another Yummy Fantasy II at TCB, Melbourne
until 19 February.

Andrew Barber has work in a group show titled Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn.
At Enjoy from 25 March – 16 April 2011.

Nicholas Mangan has a solo show, Talk about the weather, at Y3k gallery, Melbourne.
Until 5 Feb 2011.

Nicholas Mangan shows work in Pulp, a group show at Sutton Gallery, Melbourne 13 November 2010 – 18 December 2010.
See www.suttongallery.com.au for further details.

The latest Un Magazine features an article on the work of Kate Newby by Harold Grieves and a review of Nicholas Mangan's new book by Fayen D'Evie.
Both available online here: www.unmagazine.org/

Nicholas Mangan shows work in the exhibition from the Hayman Collection at Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Australia.
9 October 2010 – 16 January 2011. Volume One includes work by: Stephen Bush, Daniel Boyd, Tony Clark, Ricky Swallow, David Noonan, Nick Mangan, Nadine Christensen, eX de Medici, Simon Denny, Michael Parekowhai, Shaun Gladwell, Mike Parr, Gabriella Mangano & Silvana Mangano, Tony Garifalakis, Hany Armanious, Stuart Ringholt, Linda Marrinon, Francis Upritchard, Callum Morton, Daniel Crooks.
For more see: www.horshamartgallery.com.au

Kate Newby participates in the residency program, Theatre of Erosion or I Hate Work That is Not a Play with Geoffrey Farmer, at Banff Centre, Canada from 12 November 2010 – 10 December 2010.
For more see: www.banffcentre.ca/programs/program.aspx?id=1053

Joshua Petherick shows in Three's Company, with Christopher L.G. Hill and James Deutsher at Gambia Castle, Auckland from 27 November – 18 December 2010.
For more see: www.gambiacastle.net

Kate Newby shows in Bas Jan Ader: Suspended between Laughter and Tears, curated by Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Pitzer Art Galleries and Claremont Museum of Art, Los Angeles. Until 10 December 2010.
For more see: www.pitzer.edu/galleries/

Hopkinson Cundy's inaugural exhibition, Nauru, Notes from a Cretaceous World, by Nicholas Mangan,
opens Friday 5 November 6-8pm.

Kate Newby has a solo exhibition, Crawl out your window, at the Gesellschaft für aktuelle Kunst GAK, Bremen, Germany until 7 November 2010.
See www.gak-bremen.de for further details and public program.



Daniel Malone at the Fokus Łódż Biennale from 11 September – 10 October 2010, in Łódż, Poland.
For more see www.biennalelodz.pl.