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Kawarau 3 is an ensemble exhibition of new and museum standard works, featuring photography, paintings and sculpture.

Paul Dibble’s major-scale, parabolic Rabbit Fights Back 1 (2015) is the final artist proof released from the Dibble studio. Accompanying it are two emblematic works – Looking for a Lost Home (2023) and The Quest for Immortality (Model) (2023) – which also poignantly remind us of Dibble’s remarkable ability to imbue his works with a unique New Zealand vernacular and symbolic language.

New works by Karl Maughan, Dick Frizzell, Michael Hight and Chris Heaphy hang alongside iconic Lattice works by Ian Scott and three of Yuki Kihara’s acclaimed Paradise Camp suite, shown to never-ending international attention at the 2022 Venice Biennale.

Two of Lisa Reihana’s mythic and haunting PELT series (Sabino and Pilosus) are accompanied by another two photographic works from Ihi, her re-imagining of the creation story of Papatūānuku and Ranginui.

Chris Bailey’s outstanding and challenging Kaitiaki (2023) is a physical and symbolic marker of place, identity and history.

Te Rongo Kirkwood’s two cloaks are a rare unity of tradition and form, emotion and spirit.

Important works by Pat HanlyNeil Dawson, Emily Siddell, Neil Adcock, Louis Auguste De Sainson and John Parker complete Kawarau 3.

Event Date

25 April 2024 to 13 May 2024

Recurring daily

From: 10:00 AM to 05:30 PM

Venue

Milford Galleries Queenstown

Physical Address

9A Earl Street

Queenstown, 9300

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