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About Gow Langsford

Gow Langsford is a commercial art space committed to fostering and promoting the best contemporary art from New Zealand and abroad. In two inner-city Auckland locations, the Gallery represents established New Zealand and international artists. Celebrating 30 Years in 2017, Gow Langsford is one of the country’s most established galleries and is widely regarded as its most influential dealer gallery.

The Kitchener St Gallery, located directly opposite the Auckland Art Gallery, is focused on curated exhibitions and also has a second viewing space dedicated to editions. The generous dimensions of the Lorne St Gallery allow for the exhibition of large-scale works and installations. Alongside a regular and varied exhibition schedule, Gow Langsford is a market leader in works on the secondary market.

The Gallery’s experienced staff provides comprehensive art collection advice. This service is client-centered and encompasses acquisitions; valuations; restoration and framing advice; investment opportunities and collection management.

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News 18 October 2018

John Pule in Oceania at Royal Academy of Arts, London

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Detail of Panel 3 of John Pule, Kehe Tau Hauaga Foou (To All New Arrivals), 2007

The Royal Academy of Arts in London latest exhibition Oceania brings together over 200 works from private and public collections from the Pacific. The timing of the exhibition also marks 250 years since Captain Cook's first voyage to the Pacific. John Pule's Kehe tau hauaga foou (To all new arrivals) concludes the overall exhibition. It is one of Pule’s largest works to dates with an impressive five panels that draw on global issues set within a Pacific viewpoint. A poet as well as a painter, this work tells a story of Pacific history past, yet the work is strongly cemented in the present. 

The Oceania exhibition has been receiving extremely high praise and is attracting a lot of media attention. Read the review on The Economist 1843 here, a review in the Financial Times here, its five-star review on The Standard hereand it was called 'an astonishing blast of a show' by The Telegraph here.

29 September - 10 December 2018

Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London, W1J 0BD
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