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Cinema Italiano Festival & Current Exhibition at The Suter Art Gallery

Cinema Italiano Festival
Italian Film Festival
20th August 2021 – 5th September 2021

Don’t miss this years fantastic programme, a combination of the best in contemporary Italian cinema with masterpieces from Italy’s rich cinematic tradition.

You can view the complete lineup of films and book your tickets on the State Cinema website:

Current Exhibitions at The Suter

July 24th 2021 – October10th 2021

With Pangaea Wellington-based artist Natchez Hudson creates an ambitious, daring and thought provoking vision of our world.

19th June 2021 – 15th September, 2021
Abstract artworks that celebrate the interaction of colour. Selected by the Director from The Suter and loan collections.

Light Dwells:
29 May – 29 August, 2021
Light-based and inspired artworks by Shahriar Asdollah-Zadeh, Kauri Hawkins, Jonathan Jones, and Michael Parekowhai.
These artists use indigenous knowledge, architecture, shifting borders, community, colonialism and light to inform and shape their work. They ask us to consider the physical, emotional and spiritual bonds that we have to the earth and each other. Light Dwells examines the ways in which our sense of place can and should shift, grow, and adapt as we do.

Jun 22, 2021 – Aug 29, 2021
Hannah Beehre’s luminous work is currently on display in the Hursthouse Barnicoat Contemplation Gallery. Pillars is based on a Hubble image of the Pillars of Creation, enormous plumes of cosmic gas and dust 5 light-years (47 trillion kilometers) tall, located in the Eagle Nebula some 7000 light-years from Earth.

Image credit: Hannah BEEHRE (New Zealand, b.1977), Pillars, 2020, Swarovski® crystal, dye & acrylic on silk velvet. Private collection on long term loan to The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū
In The McKee Gallery:

Explore The Suter Collection Online:

The Suter Collection is now online! You can explore the collection by artist, subject, theme, and even colour. Take a look at the highlights; including works from The Suter’s original collection, staff picks, and works in our latest collection-based exhibition.

Find your favourites and discover some new gems!

Click here to find out more…

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