News: 2 March 2012
Meet the masters from the National Galleries of Scotland.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is to present Degas to Dalí - an outstanding exhibition of international modern artists whose work spans 100 years.
Travelling to New Zealand are seventy-nine works of art by influential and celebrated artists, such as Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, Ernst, Magritte and Warhol.
Opening 3 March 2012, the exhibition from the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) represents the major art movements of the mid-19th to mid-20th centuries.
Degas to Dalí will be the first major international exhibition since the Gallery re-opened its newly developed building in September. It offers New Zealanders the opportunity to come face to face with works from a remarkable range of artists who have shaped the world of modern art.
Since the Gallery's September opening, Degas to Dalí will be the first admission-charged special exhibition. Please visit Auckland Art Gallery's special exhibition section on their website for ticketing information.
3 March - 10 June
Level 1 exhibition spaces
10am - 5pm daily; last entrance at 4pm
From 3 April onwards the Gallery will be open late until 8pm every Tuesday night. Last entry on late nights will be at 7pm.
Indemnified by the New Zealand Government through
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee
Updated on 7th October 2019