With experiences ranging from the intimate to the spectacular, it features many recent acquisitions – such as a colourful manu aute, or bark-cloth kite, made by Nikau Hindin using earth-based pigments, a painting-within-a-painting by Oli Perkins and a delicately entwined John Pule drawing inspired by his family’s ancestral lands in Niue. The exhibition also provides a new context for other works, including an exquisite selection of historical pencil works and Neil Dawson’s memorable 1979 installation Seascape.
Image Credit: Peter Robinson Die Cuts and Derivations 2015. Cut wool felt. Private collection. Image courtesy of the artist and Coastal Signs