NZ Sculpture OnShore
3 to 18 November, Fort Takapuna Historic Reserve, Auckland Diverse works by 90 artists set in a landscape overlooking the Hauraki Gulf provide a snapshot of cutting- edge contemporary sculpture in Aotearoa. Now in its 20th year, the biennial showcase is the nation’s largest and longestrunning outdoor sculpture event and a platform for performative and interactive works that provide a narrative on New Zealand’s social issues. The exhibition features sculptures by Sally Tagg, Aaron McConchie, Anna Korver, Karen Sewell, James Wright, Java Bentley and Joe Kemp. Highlights include a dramatic oversized fallen poppy by John Ferguson and a largescale installation by Margaret Lewis of beaded partitions made from single-use plastic bottles. nzsculptureonshore.co.nz
Karen Sewell, In Paradise.