At Bowen House, Parliament Buildings, Wellington. A special exhibition curated by The Diversion Gallery.
Fatu Feu'u, James Robinson, Robyn Webster, Michel Tuffery
5th - 21st September, 2018
Preview: 4th September 6pm
Four artists present work challenging the rising tide of youth suicide and mental illness in a powerful exhibition at Parliament’s Bowen House. This exhibition includes striking new paintings by Fatu Feu’u, thought provoking works by James Robinson and Michel Tuffery and a new series by Christchurch artist Robyn Webster. Although staged at Parliament, the exhibition is open to the public from 10am-3pm Wednesdays and Thursdays via the Lambton Quay entrance to Bowen House.
For images please click here, to see our “current exhibitions” page. The ‘Pathways Forward’ works are featured below the ‘Meretoto/Ship Cove: First Contact’ exhibition images (an exhibition running concurrently in our gallery in Picton). Also you can head to the individual artist’s pages to see these new works as well as other works currently available.
Note: RNZ National Radio interviewed Fatu Feu’u about this exhibition at 9:30 am on Wednesday the 5th September, on the Nine to Noon programme. To listen click here.
Did you know: You can take a tour of Parliaments collection on the 3rd Friday of every month? Booking essential, and limited places remain for September 21 – call the Parliamentary team on 04 817 9503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.