This looks fascinating.
Lightworx Gallery is the newest spot in downtown Auckland to grab your contemporary art fix. [Featured Image: @artbaylightworx, Instagram].
It’s a dedicated Lightwork gallery, which is a first in New Zealand, that boasts a stunning collection of bright, avant-garde sculpture work.
Currently, the museum holds light work from four different artists. These include Max Patté, a British-born, Wellington-based artist using light, colour and tone to effect our emotions with his work; and Tim Christie, who mixes “Op Art, Pop Art, Street Art, Geometric Expressionism and De Stijl” into his digital work.
You’ll also find the work of Hybycozo, aka Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu, who combine to create a host of large-scale installations through light, shadow and perception; as well as the unique theatrical gel and LED lightwork from Auckland artist Trish Campbell.
Each piece of artwork aims to uplift, inspire and alter you mood for the better, with their positive use of light and colour. It’s created by director Pauline Bianchi, and is a unique and necessary new exhibition showing off some of New Zealand’s best artists.
Lightworx is open 11.30am-9.30pm daily. Find out more information on Lightworx Gallery by heading to their website.