Kim Meredith Gallery opens

Kim Meredith Gallery opens with Janet Lilo‘s Remind Me Tomorrow.

At a new space on upper Symonds Street, multi-disciplinary artist and art matriarch Kim Meredith celebrated the end of 2022 with a new beginning, opening Kim Meredith Gallery in what was the front room of her home, with her daughter, former Tautai Director Courtney Sina Meredith, as Co-Director. Manaakitanga is at the centre of its ethos, along with a commitment to platforming the ‘Pasifika zeitgeist’ that Meredith’s practice has long been tapped into. Inaugurated with a series of market days in the weeks before Christmas—featuring works from Janet Lilo, the mother–daughter duo Sulieti Fieme‘a Burrows and Tui Emma Gillies, Danielle Meredith and more— Kim Meredith Gallery promises to be another exciting hub for Moana creativity in Tāmaki Makaurau. Their first exhibition opens 20 May, a solo presentation from Lilo titled Remind Me Tomorrow.

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