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The exhibition is produced with the support of the Len Lye Foundation, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery | Len Lye Centre and Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision.
The Len Lye Foundation will also launch a new book at the opening - edited by Paul Brobbel, Wystan Curnow and Roger Horrocks, and published by Canterbury University Press.
Each action is based the artist’s own memoray of a work of art, not his own, and one which he has physically encountered.
They underscore contemporary society’s obsession with beauty and vanity.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: 17 November –16 December, 2017Increasingly Michael Zavros is turning his gaze inward, to home and self, depicting and documenting the Zavros lifestyle in his work.During his lifetime he was better known in the art capitals of North America and Europe than in the country of his birth, but that has changed since the establishment of the foundation dedicated to his works at New Plymouth’s Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and particularly following the opening in 2015 of the Len Lye Centre, New Zealand’s first art museum dedicated to a single artist.(1961), one of the artist’s most delicate kinetic sculptures comprising four concentric circles that spin in space, with a sparse ambient sound track.
Is it a creature of mythical elusiveness or the artist himself? They also present as a continuation of his exploration of beauty as a power, a contemporary currency revered above all else.