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Bibliography

Compiled by Francis McWhannell. Please note that further entries will be added as new information comes to light.

Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues, artist’s books

Dunn, Michael. Gordon Walters. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1983.

Ellis, Ngarino, and Damian Skinner. Gordon Walters: Kahukura. Wellington: Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, 1999.

Pound, Francis. Walters en Abyme. Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2004.

McAloon, William. Gordon Walters: Prints + Design. Wellington: Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, 2004.

McAloon, William. Parallel Lines: Gordon Walters in Context. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1994.

Ross, James, and Laurence Simmons (eds). Gordon Walters: Order and Intuition: A Festschrift of Essays Presented to Gordon Walters on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday. Auckland: Walters Publication, 1989.

Walters, Gordon. A Geometric Order. Auckland: Workshop Press, 1993.

Group exhibition catalogues

Abstract Paintings by Forty New Zealand Artists. Wellington: Printed by M. G. V., 1966.

Big Bang Theory: Recent Chartwell Acquisitions. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2002.

Congratulations from the World: Exhibition for the World Art Treasures. Shanghai: China Art Museum, 2012.

Contemporary New Zealand Painting: A Selection of Recent Acquisitions. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1972.

Contemporary New Zealand Prints. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1984.

Gordon Walters/Milan Mrkusich: Works from the 1950s. Auckland: Sue Crockford Gallery, 2000.

Headlands: Thinking Through New Zealand Art. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1992.

New Zealand Art of the Sixties: A Royal Visit Exhibition. Wellington: Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council, 1970.

New Zealand Drawing 1976. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1976.

New Zealand Drawing 1982. Dunedin: Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 1982.

New Zealand Painting 1966. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1966.

New Zealand Prints 1977. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1977.

New Zealand Home & Building Souvenir Edition: The Newstalk 1ZB 1950s Show. Auckland: Associated Group Media/Auckland City Art Gallery, 1992.

Ten Years of New Zealand Painting in Auckland. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1968.

Vuletic and His Circle. Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2003.

Barr, Jim, and Mary Barr. “Better Than Collecting Dust”: The Jim and Mary Barr Collection. Palmerston North: Manawatu Art Gallery, 1987.

Barrie, Lita. Walters Gimblett Bambury. Christchurch: Jonathan Jensen Gallery, 1992.

Beaglehole, Helen, and Mary Trewby (eds). Dream Collectors: One Hundred Years of Art in New Zealand. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 1998.

Bieringa, Luit. Acquisitions 1979–80. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1980.

Bieringa, Luit. Acquisitions 1982–83. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1983.

Bieringa, Luit. Acquisitions 1983–84. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1984.

Bieringa, Luit. Acquisitions 1984–85. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1985.

Bieringa, Luit. Acquisitions Reviewed: A Selection of Works Acquired 1979–1987. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1987.

Bieringa, Luit. Content/Context: A Survey of Recent New Zealand Art. Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1986.

Blackley, Roger. Two Centuries of New Zealand Landscape Art. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1990.

Blake, Barbara (ed.). Hit Parade: Contemporary Art from the Paris Family Collection. Wellington: Wellington City Art Gallery, 1992.

Bogle, Andrew. Little Works. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1978.

Bogle, Andrew. The Grid: Lattice and Network. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1983.

Diamond, Jo, and Peter Shaw. Te Huringa/Turning Points: Pakeha Colonisation and Maori Empowerment: Paintings from the Collections of the Fletcher Trust and Sarjeant Gallery/Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Auckland: Fletcher Trust, 2008.

Garrity, Timothy Patrick. Geometric Abstraction. Dunedin: Hocken Library, University of Otago, 1988.

Hohaia, Te Miringa, Gregory O’Brien, and Lara Strongman. Parihaka: The Art of Passive Resistance. Wellington: City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi and Victoria University Press, 2001.

Kedgley, Helen. The Koru Club. Porirua: Pataka, 2005.

Leonard, Robert. Julian Dashper & Friends. Wellington: City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, 2015.

McAloon, William. Home and Away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 1999.

Panoho, Rangihiroa. Culture/Response: Two Views. Whanganui: Sarjeant Gallery, 1988.

Panoho, Rangihiroa. Whatu Aho Rua. Whanganui: Sarjeant Gallery; Adelaide: Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, 1991.

Pound, Francis. Signatures of Place: Paintings & Place-Names. New Plymouth: Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, 1991.

Seear, Lynne, and Suhanya Raffel (eds). The 5th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery, 2006.

Shaw, Peter. Representation and Reaction: Modernism and the New Zealand Landscape Tradition 1956–1977. Whanganui: Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua, 2002.

Skinner, Damian. Hattaway, Schoon, Walters: Madness and Modernism. Auckland: Lopdell House Gallery, 1997.

Skinner, Damian. Luncheon Under the Ash Tree: The Ian & Elespie Prior Collection. Masterton: Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History, 2005.

Smith, Allan. A Very Peculiar Practice: Aspects of Recent New Zealand Painting. Wellington: City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, 1995.

General publications and collection catalogues

Art Icons from Te Papa. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2006.

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki: The Guide. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2001.

Icons Ngā Taonga: From the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2004.

New Zealand Art: From Cook to Contemporary. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2010.

Painting Pottery Sculpture. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, 1976.

Treasures from the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2005.

Bett, Elva. New Zealand Art: A Modern Perspective. Auckland: Reed Methuen, 1986.

Brown, Gordon. New Zealand Painting 1940–1960: Conformity and Dissension. Wellington: Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand, 1981.

Brown, Gordon, and Hamish Keith. An Introduction to New Zealand Painting 1839–1967. London and Auckland: Collins, 1969.

Brown, Gordon, and Hamish Keith. An Introduction to New Zealand Painting 1839–1980. Auckland: Collins, 1982.

Brown, Warwick. 100 New Zealand Paintings. Auckland: Godwit, 1995.

Brownson, Ron (ed.). Art Toi: New Zealand Art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2011.

Cape, Peter. New Zealand Painting Since 1960: A Study in Themes and Developments. Auckland: Collins, 1979.

Curnow, Wystan. The Critic’s Part: Wystan Curnow Art Writings 1971–2013. Wellington: Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi/Victoria University Press; Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art, 2014.

Docking, Gil. Two Hundred Years of New Zealand Painting. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1971.

Docking, Gil, and Michael Dunn. Two Hundred Years of New Zealand Painting. Auckland: David Bateman, 1990. Revised edition.

Docking, Gil, Michael Dunn, and Edward Hanfling. Two Hundred and Forty Years of New Zealand Painting. Auckland: David Bateman, 2012.

Dunn, Michael. A Concise History of New Zealand Painting. Auckland: David Bateman, 1991.

Dunn, Michael. Contemporary Painting in New Zealand. Sydney: Craftsman House, 1996.

Dunn, Michael. New Zealand Painting: A Concise History. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

Eggleton, David. Towards Aotearoa: A Short History of 20th Century New Zealand Art. Auckland: Reed, 2007.

Friedlander, Marti, and Hugo Manson. Self-Portrait. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2013.

Frizzell, Dick. It’s All About the Image. Auckland: Godwit, 2012.

Gardiner, Richard. The Burnside Collection. Christchurch: Burnside High School, 2006.

Goldsmith, Susette (ed.). The Collected Works: Going Public at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery 1970–2000. New Plymouth: Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, 1999.

Gombrich, E. H. The Sense of Order: A Study in the Psychology of Decorative Art. Oxford: Phaidon, 1979.

Leonard, Robert. Nostalgia for Intimacy. Gordon H. Brown Lecture 10. Wellington: Art History, Victoria University of Wellington, 2012.

McAloon, William (ed.). Art at Te Papa. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2009.

McAloon, William (ed.). Victoria’s Art: A University Collection. Wellington: Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, 2005.

O’Brien, Gregory. A Nest of Singing Birds: 100 Years of the New Zealand School Journal. Wellington: Learning Media, 2007.

O’Brien, Gregory. We Set Out One Morning: The BNZ Art Collection. Auckland: Private Bank, Bank of New Zealand, 2006.

O’Brien, Gregory. Welcome to the South Seas: Contemporary New Zealand Art for Young People. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

O’Connor, Naomi. A Brief Guide to New Zealand Art & Culture. Nelson: Craig Potton Publishing, 2005.

Pound, Francis. Forty Modern New Zealand Paintings. Auckland: Penguin Books, 1985.

Pound, Francis. The Invention of New Zealand: Art & Identity, 1930–1970. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009.

Pound, Francis. The Space Between: Pakeha Use of Maori Motifs in Modernist New Zealand Art. Auckland: Workshop Press, 1994.

Ross, James (ed.). New Zealand Modernism – The Content of Form: Paintings from the Gibbs Collection. Auckland: Gibbs Collection, 1997.

Ross, James (ed.). New Zealand Modernism – In Context: Paintings from the Gibbs Collection. Auckland: Gibbs Collection, 1995.

Shaw, Peter. Why Go to the Riviera: Images of Wellington. Auckland: Godwit, 2003.

Simmons, Laurence. The Image Always Has the Last Word: On Contemporary New Zealand Painting and Photography. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 2002.

Stead, Oliver. Art of New Zealand Icons: Lines in the Sand. Auckland: David Bateman, 2008.

Thompson, Hamish. Coverup: The Art of the Book Cover in New Zealand. Auckland: Godwit, 2007.

Trevelyan, Jill. Peter McLeavey: The Life and Times of a New Zealand Art Dealer. Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2013.

Trevelyan, Jill. ‘Thrill Me Every Day’: The Celia Dunlop Collection. Wellington: Celia Dunlop Trust, 2009.

Theses

Dunn, Michael. ‘The Art of Gordon Walters’. PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 1984.

Garrett, Louise. ‘Reading Headlands’. MA thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1997.

Hanfling, Edward. ‘Great Scott!: Issues of Art Historical Value from the Works of Recent New Zealand Artists, Especially from Those of Ian Scott’. PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 2004.

Skinner, Damian. ‘Another Modernism: Māoritanga and Māori Modernism in the 20th Century’. PhD thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 2005.

Skinner, Damian. ‘Theo Schoon’s Interaction with Aspects of Māori Art’. MA thesis, University of Auckland, 1996.

Welsh, Isha. ‘Gordon Walters: Geometric Work’. MA thesis, University of Auckland, 2002.

Wood, Andrew Paul. ‘Double Vision: Redressing Theo Schoon’s Absence from New Zealand Art History’. MA thesis, University of Canterbury, 2003.

Chapters

Dunn, Michael. ‘Recent Art in New Zealand’. In Tradition and Change: Contemporary Art of Asia and the Pacific, edited by Caroline Turner, 169–178. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1993.

Panoho, Rangihiroa. ‘Maori: At the Centre, on the Margins’. In Headlands: Thinking Through New Zealand Art, 122–134. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1992.

Pound, Francis. ‘Emerging Abstraction’. In New Zealand Home & Building Souvenir Edition: The Newstalk 1ZB 1950s Show, 34–43. Auckland: Associated Group Media/Auckland City Art Gallery, 1992.

Simmons, Laurence. ‘The Politics of Friendship: Richard Killeen and Gordon Walters’. In Derrida Downunder, edited by Laurence Simmons and Heather Worth, 131–144. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 2001.

Simmons, Laurence. ‘The Politics of Friendship: Richard Killeen and Gordon Walters’. In Stories We Tell Ourselves: The Paintings of Richard Killeen: Papers from a Seminar, 55–65. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 1999.

Simpson, Peter. ‘Emerging Abstraction’. In Art Toi: New Zealand Art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, edited by Ron Brownson, 121–128. Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2011.

Wedde, Ian. ‘Talking to the ‘Wounded Chief’: Augustus Earle and Gordon Walters’. In Now See Hear!: Art, Language and Translation, edited by Ian Wedde and Gregory Burke, 39–42. Wellington: Victoria University Press for the Wellington City Art Gallery, 1990.

Journal articles

‘Nineteen Painters: Their Favourite Works’. Islands 10 (1974): 373–400.

Barr, Jim. ‘The Les and Milly Paris Family Collection’. Art New Zealand 4 (1977): 18–23.

Barrie, Lita. ‘Gordon Walters at Seventy’. Art New Zealand 56 (1990): 107–108.

Barton, Christina. ‘Rethinking “Headlands”’. Afterall 39 (2015): 101–110.

Bell, Leonard. ‘Gordon Walters 1919–1995’. Midwest 8 (1995): 15.

Bell, Leonard. ‘New Moves in Art Publishing’. Art New Zealand 69 (1993–4): 82–83.

Bell, Leonard. ‘Putting the Record Straight: Gordon Walters’. Art New Zealand 27 (1983): 42–45. http://www.art-newzealand.com/Issues21to30/walters.htm

Bogle, Andrew. ‘Some Contemporary New Zealand Printmakers and Their Processes of Work’. Art New Zealand 14 (1979): 36–43.

Bolton, Nancy. ‘Younger Wellington Artists’. Art in New Zealand 61 (1943): 4.

Bootham, Ivan. ‘New Zealand Art in the Sixties’. Comment 42 (1970): 10–11.

Brown, Deidre. ‘Mana Modernism’. Off the Wall 4 (2014).

Brown, Gordon. ‘The Auckland Scene’. Ascent 3 (1969): 64–73.

Coley, John. ‘Work for a New Decade: Hanly, Mrkusich, Walters, Peebles, Hotere, Killeen’. Art New Zealand 16 (1980): 20.

Crabb, Helen. ‘The 1941 Autumn Show of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts’. Art in New Zealand 52 (1941): 199–200.

Crabb, Helen/’Barc’. ‘Gordon Waters [sic]’. Art in New Zealand 67 (1945): 47.

Craw, Robin. ‘Anthropophagy of the Other: The Problematic of Biculturalism and the Art of Appropriation’. ART and AsiaPacific Sample Issue (1993): 86–91.

Curnow, Wystan. ‘Seven Painters/The Eighties: The Politics of Abstraction’. Art New Zealand 28 (1983): 34–38, 56.

Curnow, Wystan. ‘Sewing Up the Space Between’. Midwest 7 (1995): 16–19.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Auckland’s 1950s Show: Painting & Sculpture’. Art New Zealand 66 (1993): 46–49.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Content/Context: A Survey of Recent New Zealand Art’. Art New Zealand 42 (1987): 40–45.

Dunn, Michael. ‘The Enigma of Gordon Walters’ Art’. Art New Zealand 9 (1978): 56–63.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Frozen Flame & Slain Tree: The Dead Tree Theme in New Zealand Art of the Thirties and Forties’. Art New Zealand 13 (1979): 40–45.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Gordon Walters: Painting Number 1’. Quarterly 66–67 (1978): 2–9.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Gordon Walters (1919–1995)’. Art New Zealand 78 (1996): 92–93.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Gordon Walters: Remaking the Modern’. Art New Zealand 63 (1992): 73–75, 99.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Gordon Walters: Some Drawings from the 1940’s [sic]’. Bulletin of New Zealand Art History 8 (1980): 2–11.

Dunn, Michael. ‘Headlands: Refiguring New Zealand Art’. Art New Zealand 64 (1992): 50–54.

Hipkins, Roland. ‘Contemporary Art in New Zealand’. Studio 135 (1948): 102–120.

Hutchings, Patrick. ‘Aspects of Contemporary New Zealand Painting’. Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 125 (1977): 793–816.

Hutchings, Patrick. ‘Eight New Zealand Abstract Painters’, Art International 19 (1) (1975), 18–27, 32–35.

Hutchings, Patrick. ‘Gordon Walters: Absolute Abstraction and “Topicality”’, Landfall 149 (1984), 40–44.

Hutchings, Patrick. ‘The Hard-Edge Abstractions of Gordon Walters’. Ascent 4 (1969): 5–15.

Leech, Peter. ‘Gordon Walters: Order and Intuition: James Ross and Laurence Simmons (editors)’. Bulletin of New Zealand Art History 11 (1990): 63–70.

Leonard, Robert. ‘Gordon Walters: Form Becomes Sign’. Art & Australia 44 (2006): 256–261.

Leonard, Robert. ‘Perverse Homages’. Planet 13 (1994): 78–79.

Leonard, Robert, and John McCormack. ‘Beyond the Pale: Dick Frizzell’s Indigenuity’. ART and AsiaPacific (June 1993): 36–41.

Lummis, Richard. ‘Embryonic Ultra-Modernism: Walters, Schoon and Turner in the 1940s’. Art New Zealand 95 (2000): 88–91.

Mane-Wheoki, Jonathan. ‘The Resurgence of Maori Art: Conflicts and Continuities in the Eighties’. Contemporary Pacific 7 (1995): 1–19.

McAloon, William. ‘Pick ‘n’ Mix: Manufacturing Meaning at the Adam Art Gallery’. Art New Zealand 94 (2000): 50–53.

McDonald, Ewen. ‘Headlands: Pacifically Speaking’. Art New Zealand 64 (1992): 59–61.

Melville, Robert. ‘A Stranger in N.Z.’. Architectural Review 862 (1968): 443–445.

Mendelssohn, Joanna. ‘Headlands: The Sydney View’. Art New Zealand 64 (1992): 55–58.

Miles, Anna. ‘Koru! Koru! Koru!: The Freewheelin’ Richard Killeen’. ART AsiaPacific 36 (2002): 40–45.

Miles, Anna. ‘Peter Robinson, Gordon Walters and the Corporate Koru: Redesigning a New Zealand Identity’. ART AsiaPacific 23 (1999): 77–81.

Parr, Chris. ‘The Grid: Lattice & Network’, Art New Zealand 28 (1983): 42–45.

Pound, Francis. ‘Colour Swatches’. Off the Wall 1 (2013).

Pound, Francis. ‘Honouring Hattaway: The Murmurings of Modernism’. Art New Zealand 88 (1998): 83–87.

Pound, Francis. ‘Minefield: … And What Else Happened in N.Z. Art in the Eighties?’ Tension 19 (1990): 83–87.

Pound, Francis. ‘A Reply to Wystan Curnow’s Stitching Me Up’. Midwest 8 (1995): 10–12.

Pound, Francis. ‘Scholarship Celebrated: A Tribute to E. H. McCormick’. Art New Zealand 70 (1994): 94–100, 108.

Pound, Francis. ‘“Something of What I Lacked”: A Group of Forty-One Unknown Early Works by Gordon Walters’. Bulletin of New Zealand Art History 20 (1999): 43–56.

Pound, Francis. ‘Walters as Translator’. Midwest 3 (1993): 34–39.

Ross, James. ‘New Zealand Drawings Invitational 1976’. Art New Zealand 3 (1976–7): 36–39.

Simpson, Peter. ‘The Bicultural Exchange’. Art New Zealand 75 (1995): 95–97.

Simpson, Peter. ‘A Flourish of Scholarship: Walters en Abyme by Francis Pound’. Art New Zealand 112 (2004): 92–93.

Simpson, Peter. ‘Parihaka: A Very Real Symbol’. Art New Zealand 97 (2000–1): 54–59, 98–99.

Shand, Peter. ‘Time Spent in Four Chambers: A Very Peculiar Practice’. Art New Zealand 77 (1995–6): 64–66.

Smith, Campbell. ‘The Prospect Collection’. Art New Zealand 27 (1983): 40–41.

Smythe, Luke. ‘Formal Horizons: Walters’s Modernism and the Historical Location of the Koru Paintings’. Journal of New Zealand Art History 25 (2004): 67–78.

Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia, Elizabeth Eastmond, and Priscilla Pitts. ‘Ngahuia Te Awekotuku in Conversation with Elizabeth Eastmond and Priscilla Pitts’. Antic 1 (1986): 44–55.

Thomas, Nicholas. ‘Kiss the Baby Goodbye: Kowhaiwhai and Aesthetics in Aotearoa New Zealand’. Critical Inquiry 22 (1995): 90–121.

Tyler, Linda. ‘Pig Islanders Painting Like Picasso’. Off the Wall 1 (2013).

Vuletic, Petar L. ‘Gordon Walters: Origins of a Style’. Artis 1 (1971): 12–14.

Wedde, Ian. ‘Inside View’. Off the Wall 1 (2013).

Wilson, Rodney. ‘Formal Abstraction in Post-War New Zealand Painting’. Art New Zealand 2 (1976): 13–20.

Newspaper, magazine and newsletter articles

‘Artist Explains Use of Motif’. New Zealand Herald, 22 June 1968.

‘Artist Replies to Claims’. New Zealand Herald, 5 July 1968.

‘Gordon Walters’ Lecture’. News Letter Auckland City Art Gallery, July to September 1983.

Baskett, Pat. ‘Dynamic Relations’. New Zealand Herald, 18 August 1994.

Bell, Leonard. ‘A Modern Pioneer’. New Zealand Listener, 21 May 1983, 37.

Byrt, Anthony. ‘Looking Back, Smartly’. New Zealand Listener, 14 August 2004, 48.

Dunn, Michael. ‘The Koru Line’. Listener, 20 May 1978.

McLean, Robyn. ‘Walters’ Timeless Tribute’. Dominion Post, 27 August 2004.

McNamara, T. J. ‘Painter Captivated by Koru: Obituary’. New Zealand Herald, 13 November 1995.

Paton, Justin. ‘The Ties That Bind’. Listener, 8 October 1994.

Ross, James. ‘The Elder Statesman of Australasian Art’. Sunday Star-Times, 19 November 1995.

Rewi, Adrienne. ‘Parallel Abstractions’. Press, 14 September 1994.

Shaw, Peter. ‘All Possible Permutations’. Metro, August 1994, 128–129.

Simpson, Peter. ‘Works from the 1950s’. Sunday Star-Times, 3 December 2000.

Stewart, Keith. ‘Gordon Walters: Pure and Simple Art’. Listener, 25 November 1995.

Stewart, Keith. ‘Shapes That Move People’. Sunday Star-Times, 24 July 1994.

Taylor, Rob. ‘Review’. Salient, 18 July 1983, 15.

Interviews

Walters, Gordon. ‘Gordon Walters: An Interview’. Salient, 7 May 1969, 8.


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

Compiled by Francis McWhannell. Please note that further entries will be added as new information comes to light.

Solo exhibitions
1941
French Maid Coffee House, Wellington, December 1941 to January 1942
1944
French Maid Coffee House, Wellington
1947
French Maid Coffee House, Wellington, July to August
1949
Wellington Public Library, Wellington, November
1966
Paintings 1965, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 7 to 12 March
1968
New Paintings and Drawings, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 27 May to 8 June
1969
Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 6 to 24 May
1971
Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 17 August to 1 September
Small Works on Paper 1964–70, University Library, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, 6 to 26 September
New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 27 September to 8 October
1972
Auckland Festival Exhibition of Paintings by Gordon Walters, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 8 to 19 May
1974
Gouache Studies on Paper 1953–1959: Exhibition of Paintings, Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, 4 to 20 September
Gouaches 1951–59, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 15 October to 1 November
1976
Recent Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 27 April to 14 May
1978
Festival Exhibition, Peter Webb Galleries, Auckland, 1 to 14 April
Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 25 July to 12 August
1980
Recent Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 1 to 18 July
1981
Image in Focus: Karakia by Gordon Walters, National Art Gallery, Wellington, 4 August to 1 November
7 Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 10 to 27 November
1983
Gordon Walters (also known as Gordon Walters: A Retrospective Exhibition), Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 23 March to 24 April; National Art Gallery, Wellington, 24 June to 24 July
1984
Artis Gallery, Auckland
Petar/James Gallery, Auckland
Gordon Walters, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, June to July; Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, 1 August to 4 September
1985
New Paintings and Works on Paper, Artis Gallery, Auckland, 9 July to 3 August
1986
6 Recent Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 7 to 25 October
Works on Paper, Artis Gallery, Auckland
1987
Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 19 October to 13 November
1988
Recent Works, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 27 September to 15 October
1989
Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 24 October to 10 November
Works on Paper, Garry Anderson Gallery, Sydney, 7 to 25 November
1990
Recent Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 17 July to 4 August
Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 6 to 23 November
1991
Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 15 October to 1 November
1992
6 Recent Works, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 26 May to 20 June
1993
Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 16 November to 3 December
1994
6 Recent Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 19 July to 13 August
Parallel Lines: Gordon Walters in Context, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 12 August to 2 October
1995
Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 7 to 31 March
Gordon Walters, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (NEW Gallery), Auckland, November
1997
Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
Small Paintings & Collages from the Estate, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 8 April to 2 May
1998
Koru: From Collage to Painting, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 26 May to 19 June
1999
Geometric Works from the Estate, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 6 to 31 July
2001
Paintings, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 7 to 25 August
2004
Walters en Abyme, Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, Auckland, 12 June to 31 July
Gordon Walters: Prints + Design, Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, 7 August to 10 October; Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 30 October 2004 to 27 February 2005
2011
Works from the Estate, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 8 to 26 March
2013
Gordon Walters (part of the series He Ringatoi i Whiria: Artist in Focus), Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 29 March to 29 September
2014
Gordon Walters, Starkwhite booth, Art Basel Hong Kong 2014, Hong Kong, 15 to 18 May
Gordon Walters, Gow Langsford Gallery, 3 September to 13 September
Gordon Walters: Koru (Te Papa touring exhibition), Percy Thomson Gallery, Stratford, 3 to 29 October
2015
Gouaches and a Painting from the 1950s, Starkwhite, Auckland, 21 September to 24 October
2016
Gordon Walters: Koru (Te Papa touring exhibition), Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, Hamilton, 15 January to 28 February; Eastern Southland Gallery, Gore, 23 April to 6 June
Group exhibitions
1939
New Zealand Centennial Exhibition, Wellington, 8 November 1939 to 4 May 1940
1941
New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, Wellington, Autumn
1966
Abstract Paintings by Forty New Zealand Artists, Wellington Art Club/New Zealand Display Centre, Wellington
New Zealand Painting 1966, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, November to December (also toured)
1967
Manawatu Prize for Contemporary Art 1967, Palmerston North Art Gallery, Palmerston North, 16 to 29 September
1968
Benson & Hedges Art Award 1968, Barry Lett Galleries, Auckland, 19 February to 3 March (also toured)
Ten Years of New Zealand Painting in Auckland, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, March to April
Five N.Z. Artists, Bonython Art Gallery, Sydney, 12 to 28 August
1970
New Vision Gallery, Auckland
Arts of Mankind, Expo ’70, Osaka, Japan
Kim Wright Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 28 August to 31 September
New Zealand Art of the Sixties: A Royal Visit Exhibition, Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council (toured)
1971
Wellington ’71: Exhibition of Sculpture, Paintings and Prints by Wellington Artists, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 27 September to 8 October
Centenary Collection: Contemporary New Zealand Painting 1971, Manawatu Art Gallery, Palmerston North, April
Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, September
1972
Drawings Group Exhibition, Barry Lett Galleries, Auckland
Contemporary New Zealand Painting: A Selection of Recent Acquisitions, National Art Gallery, Wellington, 23 May to 3 June
First Exhibition, Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, 19 June to 7 July
Small Works on Paper, Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, 8 to 30 July
An Exhibition of Work by Members of the New Zealand Society of Sculptors & Painters (Inc) to Celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of the Founding of the Society, Osborne Galleries, Auckland, 21 November
1973
Drawings Invitational, Manawatu Art Gallery, Palmerston North, 17 November to 2 December
Zonta Print Exhibition: Thirteen Artists, Rothmans Cultural Foundation, Wellington, 26 February to 9 March
1974
The Kim Wright Collection of Contemporary New Zealand Art, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, May to June (also toured)
Small Paintings, Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, June
New Zealand Printmakers, Auckland Society of Arts, Auckland
Zonta Print Exhibition, Antipodes Gallery, Wellington
New Zealand on Paper, Peter McLeavery Gallery, Wellington, 6 to 23 August
1975
2 Generations of New Zealand Abstraction, Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, 5 to 15 April
Watercolours, Drawings and Prints, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 9 to 24 December
1976
150 x 150, Peter Webb Galleries, Auckland
Screens (Auckland Festival Exhibition), Barry Lett Galleries, Auckland
Second Chance: Driver Henderson Papas Mrkusich Trusttum Walters, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 31 May to 11 June
New Zealand Drawing 1976, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, November to December (also toured)
Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 7 to 24 December
1977
New Zealand Prints 1977, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland
Formal Abstraction: Abstract Painting in New Zealand, National Art Gallery, Wellington, 9 March to 24 April
Recent New Zealand Prints, Peter Webb Galleries, Auckland
Artists from the South: Recent Work, Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, 13 to 29 April
Private View, Dowse Art Gallery, Lower Hutt, 28 April to 29 May
Group Exhibition, Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, 12 to 28 October
Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 6 to 24 December
1978
The Govett-Brewster’s Great Show of Its Purchases Over Ten Turbulent Years, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth
Little Works, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, October to November
Prints, Works on Paper and Photographs, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 5 to 22 December
1979
Drawing ’79, Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery, Christchurch, 7 to 23 September
Making an Impression: Prints and Printing, Dowse Art Gallery, Lower Hutt
New Work from the South, Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, 5 to 23 March
Prints, Photographs and Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 4 to 24 December
1980
Director’s Choice, Outreach Gallery, Auckland
Drawing the Line, Dowse Art Gallery, Lower Hutt
An Exhibition of Original Paintings from Fletcher House, Auckland Society of Arts Galleries, Auckland
Work for a New Decade: Six Painters (Festival Exhibition), Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, 10 to 28 March
Directions in New Zealand Printmaking, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 4 to 29 June
Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, October
Prints, Sculpture, Photographs and Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 6 to 24 December
1981
Gordon H. Brown’s Collection, Manawatu Art Gallery, Palmerston North
New Zealand Painting 1940–60: Conformity and Dissension, Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand (touring exhibition)
Works on Paper, Photographs and Sculpture, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 5 to 24 December
1982
New Zealand Drawing 1982, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin (also toured)
1983
The Grid: Lattice and Network (second exhibition in series Aspects of New Zealand Art), Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland (also toured)
The Prospect Collection of Contemporary New Zealand Painting, Centre Gallery for Contemporary Art, Hamilton
Elam 1950–1983: An Auckland University Centenary Exhibition, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 26 August to 25 September
1984
Artis Gallery, Auckland
Petar/James Gallery, Auckland, 31 October to 30 November
Contemporary New Zealand Prints, Japan (touring exhibition)
1985
Three Decades of New Zealand Art, 1940–1970, National Art Gallery, Wellington, 1 February 1985 to 18 June 1986
Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 18 June to 6 July
Konnichiwa New Zealand, Nippon Club Gallery, New York, 19 September to 10 October 1985
Chartwell Collection Viewing 1985, Centre Gallery, Hamilton Arts Centre, Hamilton, 4 December 1985 to 5 February 1986
Works by MT Woollaston, Gordon Walters, Laurence Aberhart and Derek Cowie, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 2 to 7 December
1986
Paintings on Paper, Artis Gallery, Auckland, 1 to 18 April
Content/Context: A Survey of Recent New Zealand Art (part one), National Art Gallery (Shed 11), Wellington, 19 September to 30 November
Christmas Exhibition, Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, 8 December to ?
1987
Uia te Ahua (The Borrower of Images), Auckland Society of Arts, Auckland, August
Group Exhibition, Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, ? to 28 August
“Better Than Collecting Dust”: The Jim and Mary Barr Collection, Manawatu Art Gallery, Palmerston North, 30 May to 4 August; Sarjeant Art Gallery, Whanganui, 31 August to 29 September
Acquisitions Reviewed: A Selection of Works Acquired 1979–1987, National Art Gallery, Wellington, 5 September to 29 November
1988
Early Works, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 8 to 26 February
Geometric Abstraction, Hocken Library, University of Otago, Dunedin, 18 August to 26 September
Group Show, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 17 October to 4 November
Culture/Response: Two Views: Works from the Permanent Collection Featuring Maori and Polynesian Subjects and Motifs, Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui, 14 November 1988 to 6 February 1989
1989
Small New Zealand Paintings, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, February
14th Anniversary Show, Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, 22 May to 9 June
Aspects of New Zealand Art, Part III: Paintings and Works on Paper of the 1950s and 1960s, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 15 to 26 August
Gordon Walters Neil Dawson Jenny Watson John Dixon Boyd Webb, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 5 to 20 December
1990
Two Centuries of New Zealand Landscape Art, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 2 February to 16 April|
11 Works, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 29 May to 16 June
Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 29 May to 8 June
Now See Hear!: Art, Language and Translation, Wellington City Art Gallery, Wellington, 15 July to 30 September
1991
Jonathan Jensen Gallery, Christchurch
Signatures of Place: Paintings & Place-Names, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 15 June to 28 July
Christmas Exhibition, Brooke/Gifford Gallery, Christchurch, 2 to 21 December
1992
Whatu Aho Rua, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide; Canberra School of Art Gallery, Canberra, 12 June to 3 July; Ivan Dougherty Gallery, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 8 August to 5 September
Perspectives, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 24 December 1992 to 10 March 1996
Walters Gimblett Bambury, Jonathan Jensen Gallery, Christchurch, ? to 19 December
Headlands: Thinking Through New Zealand Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1 April to 28 June
Multiples: Prints from the Collection, Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, 9 July to 9 August
Hidden Treasures, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 7 July to 20 August
The Newstalk 1ZB 1950s Show, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 20 November 1992 to 28 March 1993
Hit Parade: Contemporary Art from the Paris Family Collection, Wellington City Art Gallery, Wellington, 13 December 1992 to 28 February 1993
1993
An Exhibition for OEM, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 15 to 27 February
Paperworks, Jonathan Jensen Gallery, Christchurch, ? to 20 February
The Right Stuff, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 7 September to 2 October
1994
We’re Still Here: A Celebration of Achievement, Milford Galleries, Dunedin, 2 to 30 July
Town and Gown: Victoria University Art Collection, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 25 November 1994 to 26 February 1995
1995
Stop Making Sense, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, 11 May to 25 June
A Very Peculiar Practice: Aspects of Recent New Zealand Painting, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 10 June to 3 September
Taking Stock, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, 22 August to 16 September
Shiny Things, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 5 to 23 September
1996
Stephen Bambury, Olivier Mosset, Gordon Walters, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, March?
ECNZ Live!, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, 30 March to 5 May
Winter Exhibition, Fogarty Hojsgaard Entwistle (FHE) Galleries, Auckland, May to July
Several Exceptionally Good Paintings and Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 24 September to 12 October
1997
Moving Geometries, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, 30 April to 17 May
McCahon to Robinson, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 15 July to 9 August
Dead Sun, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2 October to 9 November
Hattaway, Schoon, Walters: Madness and Modernism, Lopdell House Gallery, Waitakere Centre for the Arts, Auckland, 11 October to 9 November
1998
Dream Collectors: One Hundred Years of Art in New Zealand, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 14 February to 19 July; Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 12 December 1998 to 5 April 1999
What We Do Here, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 7 April to 30 May
Borrowing and Belonging, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 7 August to 3 October
Jacqueline Fraser and Gordon Walters, 30 November to 8 December
From the BNZ Art Collection, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 4 December 1998 to 21 February 1999
1999
Dream Collectors: One Hundred Years of Art in New Zealand, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, April to July; Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, August to October
Several Exceptionally Good Paintings and Works on Paper from the Collection of MT Woollaston, Deceased; a Private Collector, Auckland; and an Anonymous Collector, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 5 to 22 May
Home and Away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (NEW Gallery), Auckland, 5 June to 29 August
Twenty Key Works from the Paris Family Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 7 August to 12 September
Borrowing and Belonging, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 7 August to 3 October
Hard Edge, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 7 August to 24 October
Manufacturing Meaning: The Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection in Context, Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, 22 September 1999 to 31 January 2000
The Collected Works, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, November
2000
John Leech Gallery, Auckland
Several Exceptionally Good Paintings and Works on Paper, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 19 April to 2 May
A Group Show, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 27 September to 14 October
Gordon Walters/Milan Mrkusich: Works from the 1950s, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 21 November to 16 December
Parihaka: The Art of Passive Resistance, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 26 August 2000 to 19 January 2001
2001
Home and Away: Recent Acquisitions from the Chartwell Collection, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 3 February to 31 March
It Will Be Okay, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 3 May to 9 June
Several Exceptionally Good Paintings and Works on Paper, Part III,[1] Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 12 to 29 September
Made in New Zealand, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 17 October 2001 to 13 April 2008
Sightlines: Looking into the Art Collection, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 17 October 2001 to 14 April 2002
2002
151 Cuba Street: Exhibition No. 2, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 3 to 27 January
151 Cuba Street: Exhibition No. 3, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 29 January to 23 February
Painting, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 5 to 23 March
Several Exceptionally Good Paintings and Works on Paper, Part V, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 16 to 27 April
Big Bang Theory: Recent Chartwell Acquisitions, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (NEW Gallery), 4 May to 25 August 2002
Past Presents: Looking into the Art Collection, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 4 May 2002 to late 2003
Representation and Reaction: Modernism and the New Zealand Landscape Tradition 1956–1977, Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua, Whanganui, 31 August to 27 October (also toured)
2003
Several Exceptionally Good Paintings, Photographs and Watercolours, Part V,[2] Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 27 February to 29 March
New Zealand Modern: Paintings and Sculpture from the Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 12 April 2003 to 14 December 2004
Vuletic and His Circle, Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, Auckland, 10 May to 28 June
Chosen: A Selected Exhibition of Major Investment Profile Work by Significant New Zealand Artists, Milford Galleries Auckland, Auckland, 23 July to 10 August
2004
Enduring Nature: Hoki Atu Hoki Mai, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 16 July 2004 to 3 April 2005
Toi Te Papa Art of the Nation, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, October 2004 to June 2012
2005
Illusion Object Illusion, Mark Hutchins Gallery, Wellington
Chosen, Milford Galleries Auckland, Auckland, 16 March to 2 April
Free New Zealand Art, Artspace, Auckland, 16 March to 16 April
Selected Classics, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 5 to 23 April
Luncheon Under the Ash Tree: The Ian & Elespie Prior Collection, Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History, Masterton, 9 July to 4 September
Julian Dashper & Gordon Walters, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 13 September to 8 October
The Koru Club, Pataka Porirua Museum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua, 5 November 2005 to 17 February 2006
2006
Te Huringa/Turning Points: Pakeha Colonisation and Maori Empowerment, Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua, Whanganui (also toured)
Hei Konei Mai: We'll Meet Again, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 28 January 2006 to 29 February 2008
The 5th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2 December 2006 to 27 May 2007
2007
Summer Show, John Leech Gallery, Auckland, 12 December 2007 to 2 February 2008
Paint It Black, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 3 to 27 October
2008
From the Heroic Period: Several Exceptionally Good Paintings, Drawings and Photographs, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 28 May to 14 June
New Vision: the New Vision Gallery 1965–76, Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, 11 July to 16 August
2009
Collage, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, 16 September to 3 October
2010
Pieces of Eight, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, 8 October 2010 to 30 January 2011
2011
Painting, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, ? February to 26 February
Walters and Killeen, John Leech Gallery, Auckland, 30 March to 23 April
Modern Paints Aotearoa, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 5 April to 21 August
Oceania: Imagining the Pacific, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 6 August to 6 November
Toi Aotearoa, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, 3 September 2011 to 31 August 2014
2012
Congratulations from the World: Exhibition for the World Art Treasures, China Art Museum, Shanghai
2013
Modernist Motifs, Jonathan Grant Gallery & ARTIS Gallery, Auckland, May
Master Works, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, 4 December 2013 to 1 February 2014
2015
Te Ao Hou | Modern Maori Art, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 2 April 2015 to 31 July 2016
Eyetrackers: Between Art and Neuroscience, Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, Auckland, 7 August to 26 September
Julian Dashper & Friends, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, Wellington, 5 December 2015 to 25 April 2016
2016
Eyetrackers: Between Art and Neuroscience, Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland, 20 February

[1] This was, in fact, the fourth exhibition with this title.

[2] This was, in fact, the sixth exhibition with this title.