Rosanna Raymond, Liveworks 2023: OF THE TIME

19 October —
29 October 2023

Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia


Yuki Kihara and Lisa Reihana, sis Pacific Art 1980-2023

26 August —
08 September 2023

Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia


Reuben Paterson, Nga Meka Tui Kura (Epilogue)

25 August —
30 September 2023

Bergman Gallery, Rarotonga, Cook Islands


Talanoa Forum: Moana Rising

10 October —
12 October 2023

Powerhouse Ultimo, Sydney, Australia


Ngā Huarere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa: Pacific Weathers

By Melody Nixon


US- and Aotearoa-based writer Melody Nixon responds to digital artworks in Te Moana Nui a Kiwa; a weather station in the World Weather Network project featuring works by over twenty artists from Aotearoa and Oceania. One of twenty-eight stations in the project, the station featured online artworks by Kalisolaite ‘Uhila, Denise Batchelor and Maureen Lander, The Breath of Weather Collective, and a collaboration between Janine Randerson, Ron Bull, Rachel Shearer, Stefan Marks and glaciologist Heather Purdie. Nixon discusses how a selection of these works may reorient our approaches to the climate crisis. 


Sylvia Marsters, E Moemoe'a Naku 2

25 July —
19 August 2023

Bergman Gallery, Rarotonga, Cook Islands


Artists from Aotearoa at 12th Asinabka Festival: The Spirit Awakens

08 August —
13 August 2023

Ottawa Art Gallery and Gallery 101, Ottawa, Canada


Sam Hamilton with Clara Chon, Dr. Tru Paraha, Mere Tokorahi Boynton, Rhonda Tibble, Vaimaila Urale, Te Moana Meridian

25 August —
07 October 2023

Converge 45 at Oregon Contemporary, Portland, USA


Angela Tiatia, The Dark Current

05 September —
12 November 2023

ACMI, Melbourne, Australia


Angela Tiatia, The Pearl, in Illuminate Adelaide

07 July —
23 July 2023

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia


Pelenakeke Brown, Don't mind if I do

07 July 2023 —
07 July 2024

MoCA Cleveland, Cleveland, USA


Forever Fresh Talanoa Series 2.3

By Ioana Gordon-Smith, Michel Mulipola, Skawennati, Solomon Enos


Our third episode in this new talanoa series, produced in collaboration with In*ter*is*land Collective, sees Michel Mulipola, Skawennati and Solomon Enos discuss the importance of shapeshifting, imagination and innovation in Indigenous storytelling, as well as in their respective practices. Written response by Aotearoa writer and curator Ioana Gordon-Smith.


Angela Tiatia, George Nuku, Louisa Humphrey and Yuki Kihara, Rising Tide: Art and Environment in Oceania

12 August 2023 —
14 April 2024

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK


Yuki Kihara, Powerhouse Late x Vivid Ideas: Paradise Fair

15 June 2023

Powerhouse Ultimo, Sydney, Australia


Atamira Dance Company, Te Wheke international tour

21 March —
14 April 2023

Hawai'i, New York City and San Diego, USA


18 Aotearoa filmmakers and media artists, 2023 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

04 May —
15 May 2023

Little Tokyo, Gardena Cinemas, and Regal L.A. Live, Los Angeles, USA


Ilke Gers and Tanu Gago, Into Nature: Time Horizons

29 July —
29 October 2023

various venues around Drenthe, the Netherlands


Benjamin Work, Tautahi – In the Face of Adversity

09 May —
30 May 2023

Bergman Gallery, Rarotonga, Cook Islands


Sione Tuívailala Monū, Queer Encounters

17 February —
05 March 2023

Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia


Aloali'i Tapu, TanzHochDrei, Hamburg and Pacific Dance Festival 2023

15 March —
23 April 2023

Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany and online


Pati Tyrell, 'Tulouna le Lagi' film screening at 69th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

26 April —
01 May 2023

Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Oberhausen, Germany


In*ter*is*land Collective, Whenua: Of soil and blood

21 February —
12 March 2023

Burgh House, London, UK


Christopher Ulutupu, Hidden Amongst Clouds in 18th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival

03 March —
05 March 2023

Ravensdowne Barracks, Berwick-upon-Tweed, UK


Christopher Ulutupu, The Pleasures of Unbelonging in 18th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival

04 March 2023

Maltings Henry Travers, Berwick-upon-Tweed, UK


Forever Fresh Talanoa Series 2.2

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu, Grace Iwashita-Taylor, Ioana Gordon-Smith, Lana Lopesi


Our second episode in this four-part talanoa series, produced in collaboration with In*ter*is*land Collective, sees Anne-Marie Te Whiu, Grace Iwashita-Taylor and Lana Lopesi discuss their recent writing initiatives, each focused on fostering the conditions that allow Indigenous writing to flourish. Written response by Aotearoa writer and curator Ioana Gordon-Smith.


Teleise Lēsa, Onesian, Street Rat, Anne-Marie Te Whiu, CTRL+ALT+DEL: RECLAIM

21 January —
04 February 2023

Metro Arts, Brisbane, Australia


Yuki Kihara, Paradise Camp

24 March —
01 December 2023

Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia


Dr Kirsten Lyttle, TarraWarra Biennial 2023: ua usiusi faʻavaʻasavili

01 April —
16 July 2023

TarraWarra Museum of Art, Wurundjeri Country, Healesville, Australia


Still Alive

By Stuart Munro


For this year's Aichi Triennale, writer Stuart Munro takes a trip to some of its more isolated venues to see works by Aotearoa artists Nikau Hindin and Yuki Kihara. Visiting buildings of historical significance where the various parts of the exhibition are installed, Munro unravels the far-reaching connections of Hindin and Kihara's contributions to family, survival and place.