Te Tuhi is one of New Zealand’s foremost contemporary art spaces and a leader in supporting experimental practice. Te Tuhi is committed to contemporary art that is locally engaged, regionally responsive and internationally ambitious.
Te Tuhi’s primary focus is on research and commissioning ambitious new works, acting as a catalyst for new ways of thinking and engaging with communities. Te Tuhi has a growing international reputation for its innovative programme, one characterised by risk-taking with a strong awareness of social, political and environmental issues. Te Tuhi has a long history of working with nationally and internationally established artists such as Aernout Mik, Tom Nicholson, William Pope.L, Santiago Sierra, The Otolith Group, Tehching Hsieh, Artur Zmijewski, L. Budd, Phil Dadson, Julian Dashper, Darryn George, Maddie Leach, Alex Monteith, Kate Newby, Luke Willis Thompson, and Kalisolaite ‘Uhila.
Te Tuhi presents exhibitions at its Pakuranga gallery and via its extensive offsite programme throughout Auckland and beyond. All Te Tuhi exhibitions are free, as are most of its public programme of events.