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Tau Ana

22 December 2003 – 15 February 2004
The art museum ends the year with a glittering exhibition by three new wave Maori artists and completes a cycle of exhibitions in the current year by three senior Maori artists, Shona Rapira Davies, Diane Prince and Robyn Kahukiwa
Unseen China

23 February - 18 April 2004
Historical Photographs from the final days of the Manchu Dynasty by John Thomson
3 Concurrent Exhibitions - 2004

26 April - 20 June, 2004
Horizon Line - T.L. Drummond, The Gay Dolphin Days - Eric Lee-Johnson Fjords, Mist & Vapour - Gerda Leenards
Shade House Installation

28 June - 22 August, 2004
The exhibition consists of five related components including a Matariki installation.
The Another Ones

30 August - 24 October, 2004
The Another Ones is my own visual response to the Whangarei Art Museum collection and to living in Whangarei; highlighting for the viewer how some of the art work collapses the distinction between historical and contemporary.

30 August - 24 October, 2004
Mahatma Gandhi, one of the 20th centuries most revered figures of human history and the inspiration of India, the world's largest democracy arrive in Whangarei this month in a touching and deeply personal exhibition of photographs and intimate tokens
Selected works - 2004

November, 2004
A selection from the work of four Northland artists: Quinton Carrington, Vaughan Gunson, Andrea Hopkins and Wilson O’Halloran. This exhibition includes both new works and works selected from the exhibition Out of the Blue curated by Maree Saunders, W

November, 2004
Power & Fragility is the work of artist Mark Cross who experienced the fury of a cyclone that devasted the small island nation of Niue and chronicled its aftermath in this collection of photographs.
Pret-a-Porter Pasifika

6 December, 2004 - 30 January, 2005
Three concurring exhibitions: Prêt-à-Porter Pasifika - stories of adornment

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