Exhibitions

Richard Maloy | Things I have Seen

On Friday 22 December – the longest day of the year in the Southern Hemisphere – Starkwhite will screen Richard Maloy’s video Things I have Seen, (14hr 03min 32sec), an outcome of his three-month residency at the Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo from May – July 2017. The video screens from 5.28am (sunrise) to approximately 7.30pm.

Things I Have Seen is a video work made up of many performative actions by the artist, utilising an art material – found clay – and set within an art studio environment. Each action is based the artist’s own memoray of a work of art, not his own, and one which he has physically encountered. Each memory of a work is then connected to in a physical manner by the artist and the process of making.  

Things I Have Seen will also be screening in 2018 in the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery’s durational film programme that is dedicated to long-format moving image works (of at least four hours running time) that are screened twice annually on the longest and shortest days in December and June.

The artist wishes to acknowledge the support of Youkobo Art Space Tokyo, Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand

Bio

Richard Maloy works in a wide range of media, including sculpture, photography, video and installation. He was awarded the inaugural Fulbright-Wallace award in 2009 and travelled to the United Sates of America as a visiting Fulbright Scholar in 2010 to take up a three-month artist residency at the Headlands Center of the Arts in San Francisco. In 2008, he was awarded a three-month residency, at Artspace Sydney. From 2009 onwards Maloy has produced many large scale cardboard constructions at public art galleries and museums and for biennials and triennials thoughout Australasia.

Recent exhibitions include: Things I have Seen, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo (2017); Yellow Structure, Ecounters, Art Basel Hong Kong (2016), curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor; Freedom Farmers, Auckland Art Gallery (2013), curated by Natasha ConlandStarkwhite, Auckland (2013, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Asia Pacific Triennial (2013) curated by Maud Page and Ruth McDougall; Green Structure, Gertrude Contemporary Melbourne (2011), curated by Amita Kirpalani; Inside Outside Upside Down, City Gallery, Wellington (2010), curated by Heather Galbraith; Green Structure Part Two, SCAPE Biennial (2010), curated by Blair French; Raw Attempts, ARTSPACE, Auckland (2009/10), curated by Emma Bugden; For Keeps: Sampling recent acquisitions from the Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery (2009), curated by Natasha Conland; curated by Stuart Bailey; Remember New Zealand, Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil (2004), curated by Tobias Berger.

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15 February 2022 - 19 March 2022

Fiona Pardington | Tarota

16 November – 18 December 2021

Fiona Pardington | Tarota Preview

5 October – 7 October 2021

Jan van der Ploeg | The Other Window

17 August – 12 October 2021

Laith McGregor | Second Wind

3 July 2021 – 7 August 2021

Richard Maloy | Maternal Routine

3 June - 19 June 2021

The Auckland Art Fair 2021

24.02 - 28.02

Will Cooke | Every Wall Is A Door

15 January 2021 - 13 February 2021

Whitney Bedford - Bohemia

Seung Yul Oh: Horizontal Loop

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Art LA Contemporary 2010

ShContemporary 2008 | Gavin Hipkins, Hye Rim Lee, Jae Hoon Lee and Grant Stevens

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Gordon Walters: From the Archive

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Material Candour 2016

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Layla Rudneva-Mackay: Running Towards Water

Martin Basher Birds of Paradise | 13 April - 14 May

Clinton Watkins | lowercase

Whitney Bedford 2016 | Lost and Found

Alicia Frankovich | The Female has Undergone Several Manifestations

Fiona Pardington | The Popular Recreator

Gavin Hipkins | Block Paintings

Gordon Walters: Gouaches and a Painting from the 1950s

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Starkwhite Queenstown | New Location

TOTEM | A Starkwhite exhibition curated by Mary Morrison

Group Show

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John Reynolds BLUTOPIA

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Grant Stevens Hold Together, Fall Apart

Michael Zavros Bad Dad

Not Another Art Fair | 24 February -3 April

THE ANALYSIS OF BILLY APPLE®

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Lovers

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Matt Henry High Fidelity

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Li Xiaofei

John Reynolds Vagabondage

Clinton Watkins Frequency Colour

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Starkwhite Queenstown 29 January - 26 February

Whitney Bedford: This for That

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