Artists Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher

05 May 2017

Te Tuhi Secret Art Sale

Te Tuhi Secret Art Sale
A selection of works that will be available. Image courtesy of Te Tuhi.

The inaugural Te Tuhi Secret Art Sale opens this weekend with gallery artists Sara Hughes, Graham Fletcher, and Gregor Kregar all contributing original artworks that will be available to purchase, but there is a catch. The artworks are exhibited anonymously and once the sale is complete, the artist will be revealed. Each postcard sized work is priced at $80 with all the works donated by well-recognised artists, architects, and designers. The proceeds will go towards the Te Tuhi Commissioning Fund, and for a new collector, this is a great way to get your hands on some original works. For more information, see here.

Open from 11 - 4pm, Satuday 6 May and Sunday 7 May
Preview: 10 - 11am, Saturday 6 May
George Fraser Gallery, 25A Princes Street, Auckland

04 November 2016

Gow Langsford Gallery opens Christchurch Pop Up

Gow Langsford Gallery opens Christchurch Pop Up
Opening night, Thursday 3rd November, 2016

Gow Langsford Gallery has popped up in Christchurch to showcase an exciting new exhibition.

For three weeks this month, the exhibition will feature works by New Zealand and international artists, including Gregor KregarDick FrizzellSara HughesReuben Paterson, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Pablo Picasso, Gordon Walters and Colin McCahon. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and see the project unfold.

Visit us at the newly renovated space at The Tannery, or read more about the exhibition here.

Gow Langsford Gallery Pop Up
The Tannery
200 Cumnor Tce
Woolston

Friday 4th - Sunday 20th November
Open daily 10 - 5pm

*CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

13 October 2016

T.J. McNamara reviews Graham Fletcher's Dear Stranger

T.J. McNamara reviews Graham Fletcher's Dear Stranger
Installation of Dear Stranger at Kitchener St

Graham Fletcher's newest solo exhibition Dear Stranger has been reviewed by NZ Herald art's writer T.J. McNamara saying Fletcher's works are "... done with clear, decisive drawing and lively perspective.".

To read the full review, see here. Dear Stranger finishes on 20th October.

23 June 2016

Art of the Pacific - NGV Collection Focus

Art of the Pacific - NGV Collection Focus
Selection of Melanesian shields from Art of the Pacific, courtesy of The National Gallery of Victoria

Gallery artists Reuben Paterson and Graham Fletcher feature in the exhibition Art of The Pacific, on now at the National Gallery of Victoria.  Featuring works that span a broad cross-section of time and space, the exhibition encourages thought about the continuous history of the Pacific and its dynamic transformation in the face of enormous social change.

Art of the Pacific includes the work of a number of prominent contemporary Pacific Islander and New Zealand artists, notably Fiona Pardington, Reuben Patterson, Brett Graham, Peter Robinson, Greg Semu, Chris Charteris, Graham Fletcher, Daniel Boyd, Francis Upritchard, Yvonne Todd, Taloi Havini and Angela Tiatia whose work appears alongside that of artists working in Vanuatu, Oro Province, The Highlands, West Papua, Samoa, Tonga and the Torres Strait.

NGV International, Level 3
16 March - 14th August 2016
Free Entry
Open 10am - 5pm Daily

Read more about the exhibition on the NGV website here.

10 June 2016

Graham Fletcher features in 'Time of Others' travelling exhibition

Graham Fletcher features in 'Time of Others' travelling exhibition

After exhibitions in Tokyo, Osaka and Singapore, the major curatorial collaboration 'Time of Others' opens tomorrow at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.

Featuring gallery artist Graham Fletcher, this evolving, travelling exhibition is an attempt to create a platform for reflecting on social and cultural relations in the Asia-Pacific today.  Curated by Che Kyongfa, Hashimoto Azusa, Michelle Ho and Reuben Keehan, 'Time of others' brings together new works by artists from the Asia-Pacific as well as holdings drawn from the collections of the participating museums. It aims to reveal multiple perspectives, in which differences meet without melting into an artificial unity, but are instead negotiated and used as tools for reflection.

The exhibition runs from the 11th of June – 18th of September 2016.

Please click here for further information.

06 August 2015

Artists participate in Camouflage at Gus Fisher Gallery

Artists participate in Camouflage at Gus Fisher Gallery

Young curators take on The Gus Fisher Gallery in Camouflage, opening this Friday, involving gallery artists Chris Heaphy, Graham Fletcher and Reuben Paterson.  The University of Auckland's Art Writing and Curatorial Practice students present an exhibition of artworks which relate to the theme 'camouflage'.

Camouflage: conceal/distort/deceive/disguise
August 7 - September 26, 2015
Gus Fisher Gallery, 74 Shortland Street, Auckland

 

13 August 2014

Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher
Image: Graham Fletcher, Untitled (The Petrified Object), oil on canvas, 1800 x 2100mm,

Graham Fletcher has a work included in Dunedin Public Art Gallery's current exhibition, Sleight of Hand. Fletcher also has his first solo exhibition with Gow Langsford at our Lorne St gallery until Saturday 13 September. Contact us for a list of available works.

16 July 2014

Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher
Image: Graham Fletcher's work at Objectspace

LAST CHANCE TO VIEW
Works by Graham Fletcher are included in the group show Object Shift at Objectspace until this Saturday, 2 August. They will be displayed alongside 5 other contemporary artists, Kushana Bush, Elaine Campaner (Australia), Graham Fletcher, Georgie Hill, Marian Maguire, and Neil Pardington.

Graham Fletcher's first solo exhibition with Gow Langsford Gallery will open on Tuesday 19 August, please email us to register interest in receiving a sales pack with work details prior to the exhibition.

 

18 February 2014

Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher
Graham Fletcher at Gow Langsford Gallery 2014

NOW REPRESENTING GRAHAM FLETCHER
Graham Fletcher has been a practising artist since 1997 and has exhibited extensively in both New Zealand and abroad. He has works held in significant private and public collections and has also received numerous awards and grants including the Wallace Arts Trust Development Award (2010). Fletcher's work explores the critical legacy of the widespread European tradition of housing collections of Oceanic and African tribal art in domestic settings. Of particular relevance, to an artist of mixed Samoan and European heritage, is the question of how this legacy might be appropriated and subverted within a contemporary Pacific and New Zealand context.