2012 Exhibitions » Why Woollaston Matters
WHY WOOLLASTON MATTERS
3 July - 16 September 2012 | Vector Gallery
This accompanying exhibition offers a small sampling of modern art in the 1970's and includes works by some of the most significant artists in New Zealand's art history such as; Don Binney, Michael Illingworth, Colin McCahon, Milan Mrkusich, Michael Smither, Gordon Walters and Toss Woollaston.
The name Peter McLeavey is often associated with this collection of artists who have had longstanding representation at his iconic Cuba Street gallery in Wellington. The Man in the Hat; Portrait of a Dealer documentary offers an intimate history of Peter McLeavey, his gallery, artists and the city he lives in.
FREE FILM SCREENING 1pm Sunday 26 August The Man in the Hat; Portrait of a Dealer, Film, 2009, 73 mins followed by a FREE FLOOR TALK with Luit Bieringa, Curator of Woollaston Works exhibition 1973, ex Director National Art Gallery, freelance exhibition curator, filmmaker and currently Project Director for the National Whale Centre, Picton.