2 August 2018
22 October 2018
The avant-garde creativity, innovation, lifestyle, physical appearance, and ambition of Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) is a continuing source of inspiration for artists. Beginning with Anne Estelle Rice’s now famous 1918 portrait, this exhibition tracks a century of artistic renderings and re-imagining of one of New Zealand's greatest writers. Artworks ranging from the representational to the abstract, as well as new commissions by contemporary New Zealand artists, show the many ways a portrait can capture a legacy in different guises.
Part of the KM130 celebrations. For more events click here
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