Who will be showing at the Auckland Art Fair?

We detail the all-exciting list of galleries participating at the Auckland Art Fair.

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Desire Lines, 2020 by Imogen Taylor.
Courtesy of the artist and Michael Lett, Auckland.

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Osterns Quarry Greywacke Bunker Xlll, 2019 by Chauncey Flay. Courtesy of the artist and Laree Payne Gallery.

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The Heavy Load That We Bear by Robyn Kahukiwa.
Courtesy of the artist and Black Door Gallery.

The Auckland Art Fair may well be one of the only to go ahead worldwide in 2021 and below we announce the line-up galleries.

Hailing from Auckland Tāmaki Makaurau, Whangarei, Hamilton Kirikiriroa, Tauranga, Wellington Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Christchurch Ōtautahi, Queenstown Tāhuna and Dunedin Ōtepoti plus (travel restriction-pending) internationals from Australia, Rarotonga and China, you will see:

  • {Suite}, Satchi & Satchi & Satchi, Jonathan Smart Gallery, SPURS Gallery, Starkwhite, STATION, Sumer, Two Rooms, Visions Gallery, Wet Green, Yavuz Gallery, McCahon House and Artists’ Residency, Tim Melville, Milford Galleries Dunedin and Queenstown, Jhana Millers, mothermother, Parasite, Laree Payne Gallery, RM, SANDERSON, Black Door Gallery, Michael Bugelli Gallery, CHAUFFEUR, Megan Dickinson Gallery, Fine Arts, Föenander Galleries, Fox Jensen McCrory / Fox Jensen, Gow Langsford Gallery, Robert Heald Gallery, Scott Lawrie Gallery, Michael Lett, Masterworks Gallery, Ivan Anthony, ARTIS Gallery, Auckland Print Studio, Bartley + Company Art and Bergman Gallery.

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