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,...
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!
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.
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