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The Adam Art Gallery of the Victoria University of Wellington showcases the art collection of the university comprising over 550 works of painting, sculpture, photography and graphics by Kiwi artists.
The Adam Art Gallery of the Victoria University of Wellington showcases the art collection of the university comprising over 550 works of painting, sculpture, photography and graphics by Kiwi artists. It also displays a changing program of works by local, national, and international artists. Highlights include Don Binney's 'Tabernacle' and 'Mana Island', Mark Adams' '7.10.78. Triangle Road, Massey, west Auckland. Tattooing Tom Ah Fook, Arona and Leo Maselino', Don Driver's 'Zig Zag 1', Julian Dashper's 'Bedroom at Aachen', Gordon Walters' 'Kahukura', Robin White's 'Glenda at Portobello', and Evelyn Page's 'Wellington Harbor and St Peters'. Admission is free.
Gate 3, Victoria University, Kelburn Parade, Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand
+64 4-463 6835
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