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Book event: 'The Architect and the Artists'

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Celebrate the release of The Architect and the Artists, a beautiful book about the artistic collaboration between modernist architect James Hackshaw, painter Colin McCahon and the then young sculptor Paul Dibble on twelve New Zealand buildings.

Authored by Bridget Hackshaw, daughter of James, this book brings to light the fusion of contemporary religious art and modernist architecture, drawing light on a little-known body of work and one of the great artistic collaborations of twentieth-century Zealand. Join us online for a discussion between author, Bridget Hackshaw and Curator New Zealand Art, Julia Waite.

Please note: This is an online event – ticket holders will be sent a link to the live session ahead of Tuesday 23 November. Tickets are available to active Members and those with valid guest passes only. Tickets are available on a pay what you want scale, meaning you can elect to register for a free ticket, pay $5, $10 or $20. Every paid ticket supports the Gallery in our work connecting people with art and our creative community.

This event is part of our membership programme. Join us from $50 per year: aucklandartgallery.com/members

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