The group exhibition Freeze celebrates artworks that have been inspired by the coldest regions of the globe, and includes work by gallery represented and invited artists.
Three photographs by self-taught photographer, Laurence Aberhart, featuring Taranaki and Otago landscapes, are shown alongside Alex Monteith’s video installation, Composition with RNZAF 3 Squadron Exercise Blackbird.
Dick Frizzell’s contribution to Freeze, Summer/Antarctica, features the inside window ledge from a hut at Scott Base that Frizzell visited in 2005.
Digital manipulation master, Anthony Goicolea’s works, Island and Glacier hang alongside a new painting by Simon Ingram, and three large scale vistas of Antarctica by Anne Noble* complete the collection.
*Anne Noble is represented by Two Room, Auckland