iD Fashion - art show and couture hat installation - 21st Apr 2018

iD Fashion - art show and couture hat installation

iD Dunedin Fashion week 2018 is looking very exciting! We are proud to be a part of this and will be hosting a combined exhibition by SUZY and MIA PLATT.  Over 14 new paintings will be on display alongside a selection of handcrafted headpieces by couture miliner Susi Meares.

Exhibition opens: 27 April 2018

Easter hours 2018 - 13th Mar 2018

We will be open Saturday 31st March - but closed the rest of Easter.  Any enquiries please just email as we will be checking! 

Suzy Platt's Fashionable Show in London & Dunedin - 8th Feb 2017

Suzy Platt has been invited to be a Paris Haute Couture S/S17 illustrator.

Her works will form part of a show collaborated by famous photographer Nick Knight at SHOWstudio in London.  

A painting Suzy completed of Kate Moss will also be included in a significant show Moving Kate celebrating the iconic model and her work with Nick Knight.

With iD Dunedin Fashion week on next month, and as proud sponsors of the International Emerging Designers Award....  what better time to showcase the international works of our talented local artist!  Therefore - we are delighted to announce that we will be hosting

MUSE - An Exhibition by SUZY PLATT    Opens: March 17th

The show will run throughout the duration of iD Dunedin Fashion week too. 

For further details and pre-exhibition enquires please do not hesitate to contact us, and be sure to get along to iD Fashion week.

To view the current collection of works available by Suzy please click here

Jasmine Middlebrook listed as one of the New Zealand artists to watch in The Listener 8th June - 10th Jun 2016

 Jasmine Middlebrook listed as one of the New Zealand artists to watch in The Listener 8th June Eleanor Ainge Roy's article in The Listener (June 8th) is a very interesting insight into buying New Zealand art. Great to see Jasmine Middlebrook listed as one of the suggested artists to follow!  

Read the article here

Hope and Sons Art Award to Gemma Baldock - 29th Apr 2016

Congratulations to Gemma Baldock who recently was awarded second place in the 2016 Hope and Sons Art Awards at the Otago Art Society.  More details regarding the award in the link below:
https://hail.to/hope-and-sons-ltd/article/CXX74hg

Gemma's collage work is being well received and has a growing audience and this award follows nicely from the 2015 Peters Doig Marlborough Art Awards where she was awarded First Place.

 

iD Dunedin Fashion Week - 9th Mar 2016

Emma Van De Merwe - Gallery De Novo 3rd prize ($2000 winner). Photo from www.mindfood.com Dunedin's iconic iD Fashion week is on 12 -20th March 2016.

Gallery De Novo is once again delighted to be sponsoring the iD International Emerging Designer Awards on Thursday 17th.  This is a great show featuring incredible talent from around the world and showcasing some local new designers too.

Last years Gallery De Novo award winner, Emma van de Merwe, used the prize money to help relocate to London.  We are very much looking forward to seeing what this years designers bring to the show.

If you don't have tickets yet there may still be some available by clicking here  and you can view the 2015 award winners via www.mindfood.com

Summer Hours - 9th Dec 2015

Gallery De Novo will remain open 7 days a week throughout December:
Monday - Friday 9:30 -5:30pm and Saturday & Sunday 10:00-3:00pm

We will close 12:30pm on Christmas Eve.

The Gallery will re-open Tuesday 5th January from 10:00 - 3:00pm.  We will  remain open for all of January at these hours 7 days a week.   After these hours please feel free to contact us via email art@gallerydenovo.co.nz or on 0210305199

Have a great summer holiday.

Cabinet Art for Chorus - Frank Gordon - 1st May 2015

Cabinet Art for Chorus - Frank Gordon

The Chorus Cabinet Art Programme works with communities to reduce graffiti.

In 2014, the DCC and Chorus in conjunction with artists joined forces to transform regularly vandalised cabinets into works of art. The transformation of the cabinets reflect stories about the communities surrounding them.

Following the success of the first round of cabinet art, the DCC and Chorus sought artists for more work to be completed in Caversham, Roslyn, Concord, Brockville, Bradford, Mosgiel, St Clair, Wakari, The Glen and Momona.

Dunedin based artist, Frank Gordon was invited to adorn one of the cabinets and this is the result!  This fantastic work of art is in Lynn Street, Wakari and was completed in April this year.

To view more of artists work nationwide making a difference in their community, visit: https://www.chorus.co.nz/cabinet-art

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