Are you keen to have an exhibition space, but find the idea of an entire gallery too daunting? Well how about just a bit of a gallery?
Well. Satellite Gallery might just have a solution. The Satellite Pods are a set of six cabinets mounted to the wall of the gallery which will each host independent mini-exhibitions, separate from the gallery's main exhibition.
This past Tuesday was the opening for Mark L Watts’ exhibition To be a hero of Nippon. Watts is a photographic artist who digitally manipulates images to create some odd self-portraits. This exhibition features Japanese figurines of anime stereotypes, cute little girls and mecha heroes, all with Watts’ face.
Over at Satellite Gallery at the moment is an exhibition of work by Andrew Blythe, a self-taught artist based here in Auckland. His work is a mix of pencil, acrylic, charcoal, crayon and even woodblock prints.
Satellite Gallery are currently exhibiting a show from artist Link Choi entitled Mystery Plays.
Satellite Gallery is currently holding The Random Inorganic Art Collection, an exhibition of work by Spencer Harrington, aka Random.