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2005

In Flower

7 February - April 3, 2005
In Flower looks at the re-emergence of flowers as an exciting subject for a significant number of New Zealand artists today.
Rhona Haszard

11 April - 5 June, 2005
During Rhona Haszard's short life she distinguished herself as a 'New Woman' whose social and sexual behaviour was highly controversial. She worked as an artist on the Channel Island of Sark, in France, Alexandria and London
ALLURE

13 June - 7 August, 2005
Allure: digital prints by Morrie Morrison, former tutor of photography at Northland Polytechnic. These works are taken from Morrison's Post Graduate Diploma work at Elam School of Fine Arts.
GO GIRL

13 June - 7 August, 2005
The photographic exhibition Go Girl by Fiona Clark is a celebration of culture and gender, addressing the issues of gender over a 30 year period. It crosses art, photographic, transgender, youth, and cultural boundaries.
Tibet

30th August - 23rd September, 2005
Tibet: Through the Eyes of an Exile - photographs by Dhondup Tsering & Tales of Tibet - The Enchanting Story of Tibetan Carpets
Finding Longitude

15 August - 9 October, 2005
The works exhibited in Finding Longitude, by Carol Prentice explore the notions of ‘place’ within Aotearoa/New Zealand.
The Path to Takitimu

15 August - 9 October, 2005
Laurence Berry’s body of works entitled Te Ara-O-Takitimu / The Path to Takitimu were completed as a response to his time in Invercargill in 2002, as the Southland Art Foundation’s William Hodges Fellow.
Light Wine Things

17 October - 11 December, 2005
Bill Culbert, this countries most celebrated expatriate New Zealand artist, now based in Paris and London, is showcased in Whangarei to conclude this exciting year for Franco/Kiwi artistic excellence.

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