Gordon Walters, Tautahi, 1969  2011

from top left: M. T. Woollaston, Bayly’s Hill, 1969  2011M. T. Woollaston, Tasman Bay 1928,
2011. M. T. Woollaston, Paris Family Portrait, 1978–79  2011

Philip Trusttum, Miserly Emperor, 1969 / Rob McLeod, Merkland: Stiff Jumble, Series No II, 1988  2011

Colin McCahon, Painting for Luit—Not to Solve the Problem, 1970  2011

Colin McCahon, Angels and Bed 2. For Peter, 1976  2011

Colin McCahon, Muriwai, 1974 / Colin McCahon, Elias Will He Come to Save Him? 1961–62  2011

Milan MrKusich, Painting, 1971  2011

Ralph Hotere, White Drip, 1982  2011

Dane Mitchell, Untitled (Flag) from The Barricades, 2007,  2011

L. Budd, L.Budd Comments on the OE of HG, 1915–99, Nos 1–5, 2002  2011

L. Budd, Untitled (suitcase), 1995  2011

Rohan Wealleans, Loaf, 2004  2011

Ronnie van Hout, Duck Character and Mouse Character, 1999  2011

Ronnie van Hout, Muriwai c. 1972, 1998  2011

Simon Denny, Deep Sea Vaudeo, 2009  2011

Peter Robinson, Stealth, 2003  2011

Peter Robinson, Untitled, 1994  2011

Shane Cotton, Blue Head, 2004  2011

Brendan O’Brien, Hand-printed books, 1996–2011  2011

Patrick Lundberg, No Title, 2009  2011

Ava Seymour, The White House Years, 2006–07  2011

Michael Smither, The Diver, 1973  2011

Individual images
Edition of 15, pigment inks on photo rag baryta, unmounted
360 x 240 mm: $1,150 incl GST
1000 x 666 mm: $4,600 incl GST
The works are available as a portfolio of 24 prints housed in a hand-made solander box. 
There are two options for these sets – unmounted prints or matted prints.
Unmounted set: $17,250 incl GST. Matted set: $20,125 incl GST. Released in an edition of 15.
Behind Closed Doors is a portfolio of 24 photographs and fully illustrated 96 page catalogue commissioned by Christina Barton, Director of the Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington.
Behind Closed Doors offers a set of considered glimpses into the private life of art and the personal activity of collecting as they currently manifest in Wellington, New Zealand. These views are provided by photographer Neil Pardington and writer Lara Strongman, two experienced ‘insiders’ who know their subjects well and who bring to their task both perspicacity and discretion as they reveal the interior worlds and disclose the individual motivations and mindsets of a selection of Wellington’s art collectors.
Christina Barton, 2011

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