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The selection of New Zealand art is so large that most is in storage and you can come here every month and see different pieces of art. It is best to get on their mailing list so you can be informed of what/who is being...More
Found by complete accident and what a find it was. We love art so it ticked all the right boxes for us. The old restored villa itself is an art piece but the pieces inside are simply stunning. I believe the works get changed so...More
I wasn't expecting much from the description in the guide book. But the building itself and the grounds were stunning. The art collection we saw was contemporary on the ground floor, whereas the first floor had some pottery exhibits. I think it is a wonderful...More
I like the way this art collection connects with New Zealand culture and there is a current vibe to it. They run out reach programmes and art competitions so there is a sense of it being up to date and continually refreshed. It is clearly...More
I really enjoyed this place; it had a lovely walk through trees and plenty of lawn to relax or picnic or play. The gallery wasn't my thing so can't really rate this. I enjoyed the cafe, the food was good, I ordered the Fish and...More
Even if you're not a lover of contemporary art, you should visit this fine gallery housed in a beautiful old mansion. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, this is a must-see in Auckland. After your done, sit down and relax in the cafe.
this is a great place to see the house and the grounds are great and Huge ancient trees has a great art in side the building it different but a great one so take the wife or the girlfriend there plus has a great coffee...More
This is an exceptional Gallery. James Wallace has made a very significant contribution towards encouraging young New Zealand artists and by collecting theie work over many years. This is quite diferent from the collection strategy of publicly funded galleries. The setting is splendid showing off...More