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02 February 1986 —
05 March 1986

Auckland Sculptors

Warren Viscoe, Teaching Dogs to Whistle, 1985. Manufactured, found assemblage. 2000mm x 2000mm x 2000mm.
Derrick Cherrie, With the Aid of Angels, 1986. Paper, plywood, paint. 2000mm x 7000mm x 600mm.
Graham Snowden, Untitled, 1986. Custom wood, plywood, spray painted with polyurethane enamel. 2200mm x 1200mm x 660mm.
Greer Twiss, Show and Told, 1985. Lead and tawa. 1500mm x 2000mm x 1000mm.
Marte Szirmay, Wisdom Goddess, 1985. Cast bronze. 220mm x 230mm x 240mm.
Marte Szirmay, Wisdom Goddess, 1985. Cast bronze. 230mm x 250mm x 240mm.
Robert Jesson, Sambusa, 1985. Reed, GRP, acrylic on paper. 2000mm x 2800mm.
Wallace Sutherland, The Couple from The Coast, 1985. Bronze, silver, paua shell. 300mm x 320mm x 250mm.
Wallace Sutherland, The Specialist
Warren Viscoe, The Egg Preserver Man (Fifteen Birdcalls), 1984. Wood, ink drawings. 4000mm x 1800mm.


This exhibition covers many different aspects within the sculptural medium. Such concerns as scale, visual wit, optical illusion, and the formal and informal use of materials is addressed. It includes contemporary work by Terry Stringer, Marte Szirmay, Robert Jesson, Greer Twiss, Ingrid Banwell, Jim Wheeler, Graham Snowden, Bronwynne Cornish, Jacqueline Fraser, Wallace Sutherland, Joaquin Zepeda, Warren Viscoe and Richard McWhannell, representing a varied and interesting show. 

The gallery is closed for install from 29 January 2023.

Our next exhibition Who can think, what can think curated by Bruce E. Phillips will open 18 February 2023.