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Gow Langsford Gallery

Gow Langsford Gallery was set up by Gary Langsford and John Gow in 1987 to showcase contemporary New Zealand art. The gallery has developed into one of New Zealand’s most influential dealer galleries, having mounted some 300 exhibitions over the past two decades.

As well as exhibiting local artists, Gow Langsford Gallery has a diverse international programme which includes contemporary artists from around the globe. The gallery represents approximately twenty artists and artists’ estates from New Zealand, Australia, the United States and Europe.

Secondary market works and editions are available by artists such as Colin McCahon, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and Gerhard Richter.

Gow Langsford Gallery is a member of the New Zealand Contemporary Art Dealers Association.

Auckland Central

New Zealand
Address:
CNR Kitchener and Wellesley Streets, PO Box 5461 Auckland Central
1001
Phone: +64 9 303 4290
Fax: +64 9 303 4302
Website: www.gowlangsfordgallery.com


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Artists Represented

Shane Cotton, Tony Cragg, Dale Frank, Max Gimblett, Anthony Goicolea, , The Luo Brothers, Katharina Grosse, Sarah Hughes, Karl Maughan, Judy Millar, Reuben Paterson, John Pule, Bernar Venet, Feng Zhengjie


Current Exhibitions

Heavy Weights - Sculpture from the UK. Tony Cragg and Barry Flanagan


Forthcoming Exhibitions

In Fluorescents - Jeff Koons, Sarah Hughes, Tim Maguire, Karl Maughan, Reuben Paterson

Frank Habicht - Photographs

Katharina Grosse - This is Not My Cat


Previous Exhibitions

Judy Millar - Butter for the Fish


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Art Fairs

Melbourne Art Fair 2006
LA Art Show 2007


Press Releases

HEAVYWEIGHTS - Sculpture from the UK.

01.04.2007

The future of sculpture has only just begun. Its potential is greater now than ever before and its possibilities are just starting. Its language and its forms are just beginning to evolve...

Tony Cragg interview with Jon Wood from In and Out of Material, Germany, Verland der Buchhandlung, 2006, p.13

Celebrated British sculptors, Barry Flanagan (b.1941, Wales) and Tony Cragg (b.1949, Liverpool) feature in Gow Langsford Gallery's upcoming exhibition, Heavyweights - Sculpture from the UK. As two of the most important representatives of Contemporary British Art to emerge of their generation, remarkably, it is the first time that Flanagan's work has been exhibited on New Zealand soil and only the second time for Tony Cragg, whose impressive sculpture Clear Glass Stack (1999) was purchased by the Auckland City Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki during his inaugural show at Gow Langsford Gallery in 2005.

The title of this show is derived from the idea that 'weight' is a fundamental consideration in sculpture - not least of all for Cragg and Flanagan who are regarded as 'heavyweights... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Corner Kitchener & Wellesley Streets
Auckland, New Zealand



Located in the Auckland CBD, opposite the Auckland Art Gallery, and only 100 metres from Queen Street.

Street parking available on Kitchener Street, or alternatively there are five nearby parking buildings as indicated on map below.

Bus services to the central city run from most Auckland suburbs. The gallery in also located on “The Link” bus route, which circles the city, Ponsonby, Parnell and Newmarket.

For further details see Wises Maps.




Contact-Directors/Staff

Gary Langsford - Director
John Gow - Director
Anoushka Akel - Senior Manager
Shelley Jahnke-Bishop - Publications Co-ordinator
Winsome Wild - Registrar/Gallery Assistant


Opening Times

Monday to Friday, 10-6pm
Saturday, 11-3pm