ST PAUL St is a suite of purpose built galleries and project spaces run by the School of Art and Design, AUT University. The programme of exhibitions, screenings, performances and events profiles both emerging and established artists and designers from New Zealand and internationally.
Since it was established in 2004 ST PAUL St Gallery has developed a strong programme, which has seen the Gallery develop into one of the leading university galleries in New Zealand and a foremost gallery for contemporary art and design in Auckland.
With a high curatorial profile and a blend of different exhibition schemes - ranging from one-night-shows to major group and solo exhibitions, from exhibitions which showcase internationally renowned artists to student and staff projects - the galleries offer a perfect opportunity for students, the arts community and the larger public to get in touch and become familiar with the diverse strands and currents in contemporary art and design practice. Publications under the umbrella of ST PAUL St Publishing and lectures and talks by visiting artists and scholars, workshops by photographers, architects, designers and other practitioners under ST PAUL St Forum complete the profile.
ST PAUL St Galleries One & Two occupy Level 1 of the Jasmax architects designed School of Art and Design (WM) building at 40 St Paul St. Gallery Three is located in the brick building at 39 Symonds Street.
For more information on ST PAUL St, please visit the ST PAUL St website
Top, left to right: It happened that, Installation view showing the work of Sriwhana Spong & Sean Lynch, Gallery One, 2010; Anthony Cribb, 22/04/2010 - 01/05/2010, Gallery Three, 2010; Martin Boyce, Some Broken Morning, 2010 & Suspended Fall, 2005, Installation View, Gallery One. photographer: Jennifer French Auckland Art Gallery;
Bottom, left to right: Christian Capurro, Work for Tired Eyes, (Bomb) & Work for Tired Eyes, (figures in the landscape), It happened that, Installation view, Gallery Two, 2010; Karl Chittam, Museum of True History, Veneziano-Selvaggi Corte (Quarter of the Venetian Savage), 1790/2010, Installation View, Gallery Three; Rebecca Ann Hobbs, Failing, Falling, Flying, Installation view, Gallery One, 2010