• Susan Te Kahurangi King


    b. 1951
    Te Aroha, New Zealand

    Susan Te Kahurangi King‘s interest in drawing began during her childhood in the 1950s, and over the subsequent decades has developed into a visually rich, idiosyncratic and evocative practice. During her early years, much of King’s work included a strong focus on the deconstruction, recontextualisation and interpretation of pop culture iconography, ranging from Disney and Warner Bros. cartoon and comic strip characters to motifs drawn from advertising signage and illustrations. Amongst other sources, the fluid, energetic linework and rounded volumes of imported American comics provided King a wealth of motifs; Donald Duck’s blue sailor suit and hat feature in an extended series of 1960s and ‘70s works, while the sleek contours of various Disney characters’ hands, beaks and limbs gradually fold and coalesce into a novel, biomorphic visual discourse that is both culturally resonant and intensely personal.

    Group Exhibitions

    Outsider Art Fair Paris (w/ Robert Heald Gallery)
    Duro Olowu, Seeing Chicago – MCA Chicago
    Dream Baby Dream – Haus Modrath, Belgium
    Brittle Star – Robert Heald Gallery
    Collectouples – New York Academy of Art

    Happy, NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale
    One Hundred Drawings, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
    Prix Art Absolument, Espace Art Absolument, Paris
    Flight Plan, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland
    Under the Spell of the Image, The Approach Gallery, London
    The Doors of Perception, Frieze New York.
    Drawn Together Again, The Flag Art Foundation, New York
    Felix Art Fair, Marlborough Gallery

    Vestiges & Verse: Notes from the Newfangled Epic, American Folk Art Museum, New York
    The Armory Show New York, (w/ Marlborough Gallery)

    Margins Beyond, Kirk Hopper Fine Art Gallery, Dallas
    Outsider Art Fair New York ( w/ Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York)
    Outsider Art Fair Paris (w/ Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York)
    Looking Back / The 11th White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York
    All Lines Converge, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth

    Spring 1883 (w/ Robert Heald Gallery) The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne
    Outsider Art Fair Paris (w/ Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York)

    Word Builders, The Dowse, Lower Hutt
    We will begin by drawing, we shall continue to draw and then we shall draw some more, Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp
    dRAW , Intuit, The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago
    Moving Pictures: Early Animation and it's Influence, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum
    Out of Order, Calder & Lawson Gallery, University of Waikato
    Interfaces: Outsider Art and the Mainstream, Philadelphia Museum of Art
    Art Basel Miami Beach (w/ Andrew Edlin)

    Outsider Art Fair, Auckland
    Shit Like Hair, White Flag Projects, Missouri
    Promenades, Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington
    Purple States, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York

    Secret Garden, Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings
    Local Knowledge, Madmusee, Liege, Belgium
    Look, Know, Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington

    Solo Exhibitions

    In Colour, Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington
    Little, Little, Big, Wallace Gallery, Morrinsville
    Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018, Intuit, The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago

    Little, Little, Big, The Pah Homestead, TBS Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland
    Drawings 2008-2018, Marlborough Contemporary, London
    Paperdwellers, Artspace, Auckland
    Auckland Art Fair (w/ Brent Harris) (w/ Robert Heald Gallery)
    Outsider Art Fair New York (w/ C Byrne + Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York)

    Drawings 1960-70, Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington
    Susan Te Kahurangi King, Marlborough Contemporary, London

    Drawings 1975-1989, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, USA.
    Susan Te Kahurangi King, ICA Miami

    From The One I Call My Own (w/ Shannon Te Ao), City Gallery, Wellington
    Drawings 1975-1980, Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington
    Outsider Art Fair New York (w/ Peter Saul) (w/ C Byrne + Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York)

    Susan Te Kahurangi King: Drawings from Many Worlds, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York
    Outsider Art Fair New York (w C Byrne + Marquand Books)

    Outsider Art Fair Paris (w/ C Byrne + Marquand Books)

    Introducing Susan Te Kahurangi King, The High Seas, Auckland

    Susan Te Kahurangi King, Callan Park Gallery, University of Sydney

  • Emma McIntyre


    b. 1990
    Auckland, New Zealand
    Lives and works in Los Angeles, California

    Emma McIntyre (b. 1990, Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa New Zealand) Graduated with a BVA (Painting) from AUT University in 2011, and an MFA from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, in 2016. In 2019 she was awarded a Fulbright General Graduate award to study an MFA at ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena C.A., graduating in Summer 2021. Selected exhibitions include: Pour plenty on the worlds, Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles (2021); Heat, Mossman, Wellington (2020); The Blue of it, 21 Shaddock St, Auckland (2019); Memory Disco, Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington (2019); Rose on Red, Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington (2018); Pink Square Sways, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland (2017); A Trip to the Beach, Play_station, Wellington (2017); Painting: A Transitive Space, ST Paul St Gallery Three, Auckland (2016).

    Group Exhibitions

    Ensemble, Château Shatto, Los Angeles, California 
    Crossings, Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand

    Memory Disco, Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington, New Zealand

    Auckland Art Fair (with Ruth Buchanan), Auckland, New Zealand

    Grid / Colour / Plane, Malcolm Smith Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
    A Trip to the Beach, Play_station, Wellington, New Zealand

    Painting: A Transitive Space, St. Paul Street Gallery Three, Auckland, New Zealand
    The Small Show, The Vivian, Auckland, New Zealand

    It Falls Down Easily, George Fraser, Auckland, New Zealand

    Salon des Ferari, Fuzzy Vibes, Auckland, New Zealand

    Too Little, Too Late, Snakepit, Auckland, New Zealand

    Unfold/Evolve, St Paul Street Gallery 3, Auckland, New Zealand

    Solo Exhibitions

    Pour plenty on the worlds, Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles, California 

    Heat, Mossman Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand

    The Blue of It, 21 Shaddock St, Auckland, New Zealand (Hopkinson Mossman offsite) 

    Rose on Red, Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington, New Zealand

    Pink Square Sways, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland, New Zealand
    Line Dancing, Spa_ce Gallery, Napier, New Zealand 

    Loop the Loop, 30upstairs, Wellington, New Zealand