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ICONS by Stanley Manthing

ICONS a glittery portrait exhibition of ... ICONS!! Stanley Manthing has been creating glitter artworks for over 30 years- since his beginnings in the club and drag scene in New York in the 1980s. He is based in Whanagnui, New Zealand and this is his latest exhibition of photorealistic portraits, done entirely out of glitter! Artworks are based on iconic photographs, which have then been carefully painted to the same likeness on to the canvas, then glitter applied with great detail on top. These icons have all been selected for their personal influence they had over the artist during his lifetime... Who speaks to you?! Please inquire if you wish to purchase any of the un-sold artworks. We can list...

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The T-shirt: Cult, culture and subversion

  Hunters and Collectors of Cuba Street in collaboration with Gina Kiel would like to invite you to join in with our collective November exhibition… The T-shirt: Cult, culture and subversion An exhibition of New Zealand artist produced t-shirts that explore the theme of the t-shirt and its power to influence and express oneself! The t-shirts social-political power has developed over decades and works as a basic way of telling the world who and what you are…. Meaning the personal is politicised.  We have a collection of over 20 different New Zealand artists, who with this theme in mind have produced one off t-shirts all for sale. Artist list: Serval Fandango, Burning Muses, Ink Pen $85 Otis Chamberlain, Pleasant Disposition,...

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Ornament Oblique a ceramic collection by Sophie Hathaway

Sophie Hathaway is an emerging Wellingtonian ceramicist. Her pieces are textural and surrealist-inspired. If there are any pieces you like but they have sold please contact us as Sophie will be taking commission orders that will take 8-10 weeks to be produced!   Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing a piece!

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Volte-Face an exhibition of reassembled fashion by Paula Collier

Exhibition of contemporary reassembled fashion by Paula Collier Drawing on inspiration from the 80’s designs of Kansai Yamamoto and Issey Miyake combined with a long held love of fashion, op shopping, pattern and fabric this project showcases a collection of original handmade garments using discarded woollen clothing.

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DUST BITER an exhibition by Xoë Hall

First up is the wonderful Xoë Hall, based in Porirua Wellington. A talented muralist, multi-media artist and illustrator who is well known in Wellington and around New Zealand, and a personal friend of Hunters and Collectors. Xoë has sold hand-crafted items with us for years and has permanent artworks in our store including our incredible hand painted staircase!  She has not had a exhibition of artworks in nearly 4 years so her essay on death and darkness “Dust biter” was not to be missed! Check out Xoë's huge body of work at xoehall.com                   

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