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Eastern Southland Art Gallery

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Corner of Hokonui Drive & Norfolk Street, Gore

Nicknamed the 'Goreggenheim' by Saatchi & Saatchi boss Kevin Roberts, the Eastern Southland Gallery is a public art museum in Gore.

Established in a former Carnegie Library building, it features the internationally renowned John Money Collection, which includes paintings by Rita Angus (New Zealand), Theo Schoon (New Zealand), Lowell Nesbitt (USA), Bambarra, Dogon and Baga carvings from West Africa, and paintings and carvings from Elcho Island (Australia).

The Gallery is also home to one of the largest holdings of works by major New Zealand contemporary artist Ralph Hotere and presents  a vibrant annual programme of temporary exhibitions, concerts, lectures, workshops and artist projects.

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Eastern Southland Art Gallery

Eastern Southland Art Gallery

Corner of Hokonui Drive & Norfolk Street
Gore