Susan Te Kahurangi King @susantekahurangiking

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Susan Te Kahurangi King photos and videos

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#repost @roberthealdgallery Robert Heald Gallery is pleased to present In Colour, an exhibition of drawings by Susan Te Kahurangi King 1965 - 2017, opening Thursday 13 June from 5.30pm. Recent exhibitions include The Doors of Perception, Frieze New York, 2019; Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958 - 2018, Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago, 2019; Little, Little, Big, The Pah Homestead, TSB Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland, 2018; Paperdwellers, Artspace, Auckland, 2018; Vestiges & Verse: Notes from the Newfangled Epic, The American Folk Art Museum, New York, 2018; Looking Back / The 11th White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York, 2017, and Susan Te Kahurangi King, ICA Miami, 2016. King is represented in numerous public collections including The American Folk Art Museum, New York; Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki; ICA Miami, James Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and The Philadelphia Museum of Art. Image: Untitled, c.1966, graphite and coloured pencil on paper, 33.5 x 21cm. #susantekahurangiking #roberthealdgallery

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4 weeks ago

#Repost @roberthealdgallery Susan Te Kahurangi King is included in Malmö Sessions at Carl Kostyál, Malmö, Sweden, through 16 June. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Exhibiting artists include Hilma af Klint, Gina Beavers, Ellen Berkenblit, Sarah Cwynar, Al Freeman, Sean Landers and Austin Lee. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We look forward to Susan’s third solo exhibition at the gallery opening 13 June. Image: Untitled, c.1967, graphite and coloured pencil on paper, 26 x 20.5cm. #susantekahurangiking #roberthealdgallery

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Great memory! It’s exactly two years since Susan’s first solo exhibition at Marlborough Contemporary (London ), which featured 32 wonderful drawings including: untitled, 26 x 20.5 cm, c. 1966-67, graphite, colored pencil and ink on found paper, Ref: D03026 Courtesy of the artist, Chris Byrne and @marlboroughcontemporary #susantekahurangiking #marlboroughcontemporary

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One of over 60 works and over 60 memorabilia items - from @thepetitacolecollection - now showing in “Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018” @intuitartcenter through 4 August 2019; Untitled, 24 x 20.3 cm, graphite, ink and colored pencil on found paper, c. 1965, Ref: D19084. Courtesy of the artist, Chris Byrne and @andrewedlingallery , Collection of @tim garvey

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One of over 60 drawings currently showing @intuitartcenter “Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018”, curated by Alison Amick, through 4 August 2019. Susan was 6 years old when she drew this; untitled, 20 x 13 cm, crayon on paper, dated 8 Jan 1958, Ref: D14045a. Courtesy of the artist, Chris Byrne and the @afamuseum Susan Te Kahurangi King Fellowship.

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#repost @roberthealdgallery Susan Te Kahurangi King is included in The Doors of Perception, curated by Javier Téllez, a project for Frieze New York in collaboration with the Outsider Art Fair, from 2 – 5 May. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Doors of Perception focuses on the visionary nature of art commonly known as outsider art, art brut, or self-taught art. The exhibition presents a large constellation of works made by exceptionally gifted artists from five continents, offering a panorama of art created on the margins of society. Whether psychiatric patients, self-taught visionaries, or mediums, each of the artists in the exhibition felt at some point in their life the need to create an artistic language of their own in order to reveal what they understood to be the true nature of things. Often disenfranchised because of their mental condition or social status and without any previous artistic training, many of the artists exhibited here dedicated their lives obsessively to the creation of complex visual representations, often after experiencing a life-changing epiphany. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In a recent interview with Garage Magazine, curator Javier Téllez stated that he is especially excited to share the work of New Zealand’s Susan Te Kahurangi King — which he describes as “some of the best drawings of the 20th and 21st centuries,” cartoon-inspired fantasias in which “everything merges — bodies and landscape, the human and the animal, the animated and the inanimate.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Image: Untitled, c.1969, graphite on paper, 25.9 x 20.6cm ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #susantekahurangiking @outsiderartfair @friezenewyork #roberthealdgallery

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What’s new? Untitled, 6 cm dia, ink on balsa, April 2019, Courtesy of the artist, @susantekahurangiking #susantekahurangiking

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#repost @andrewedlingallery Javier Téllez describes the work of Susan Te Kahurangi King as “some of the best drawings of the 20th and 21st centuries,” cartoon-inspired fantasias in which “everything merges—bodies and landscape, the human and the animal, the animated and the inanimate.” Read in @garage_magazine !

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April 2019

55 years ago, tonight: Anzac Night 1964 Untitled, 14.8 x 13 cm, graphite on paper, 25 April 1964, Courtesy of the artist, @susantekahurangiking #susantekahurangiking

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April 2019

55 years ago, today: Anzac Day 1964 Untitled, 20.5 x 20.8 cm, graphite and colored pencil on paper, 25 April 1964, Courtesy of the artist, @susantekahurangiking #susantekahurangiking

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April 2019

This work is one of over 60, now showing in “Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018”, curated by Alison Amick @intuitartcenter through 4 August 2019. Untitled, 27.9 x 22.9 cm, graphite and colored pencil on paper, c. 1963, Ref: A30806 Courtesy of the artist, Chris Byrne, @andrewedlingallery , @icamiami , @afamuseum and @intuitartcenter Collection of @kaws #susantekahurangiking #intuitartcenter

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April 2019

Easter Special: Untitled, 14.8 x 13.8 cm, graphite on paper, c. 1970-1975 Courtesy of the artist, @susantekahurangiking #susantekahurangiking

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March 2019

“Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018” curated by Alison Amick, now showing @intuitartcenter , through 4 August. This major exhibition brings together over 60 works spanning 6 decades. It also includes over 60 memorabilia items from the @thepetitacolecollection , which shed light on a number of works in the show. A really lovely exhibition - thanks to all the contributors and supporters! 🙂 Photo credit: @petitacole #susantekahurangiking #intuitartcenter

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March 2019

Susan Te Kahurangi King’s “Little, Little, Big” is opening tomorrow at the Wallace Gallery in Morrinsville. Exhibiting through to 5 May 2019. Curated by Michael Prosee. Image credit: Susan Te Kahurangi King Untitled, April 2009 31.7 x 44.7 cm Ink on paper Cat no NEWA20302 Courtesy of the artist and @roberthealdgallery

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March 2019

CONGRATULATIONS @intuitartcenter on the opening of “Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018” Through the brick wall.... an amazing survey show spanning 5 decades, sensitively curated by Alison Amick. Big thanks to all the staff at Intuit, contributing galleries; @andrewedlingallery , @marlboroughcontemporary @roberthealdgallery and the @afamuseum susan Te Kahurangi King Fellowship. Big thanks to Contributing Collectors; @kaws , @johnmaloof , David Walega, Tim Garvey , anonymous and the Elaine de Kooning House Collection. Big thanks to all supporters including board members and volunteers at Intuit. Special thanks to Chris Byrne for your ongoing and much valued contribution. Big thanks also for welcoming the inclusion of the @thepetitacolecollection On now until 4 August 2019 756 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60642 Photo credit: @petitacole

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March 2019

#repost Intuit presents a panel discussion about the life and work of Susan Te Kahurangi King that features Petita Cole and gallerist Chris Byrne. The conversation will be moderated by exhibition curator Alison Amick. . Saturday, March 9, at 1 p.m. Tickets — General: $5 | Intuit Members: Free . Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King (New Zealand, b. 1951 ). Untitled (detail ), c. 1958-1959. Crayon on paper, 8x5 in. (20x13 cm ), D05079. Courtesy of the artist and the American Folk Art Museum Susan Te Kahurangi King Fellowship . #susantekahurangiking #intuitartcenter

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February 2019

#repost @roberthealdgallery Susan Te Kahurangi King is included in Drawn Together Again, a survey of contemporary drawing opening 23 February at The FLAG Art Foundation, New York. Exhibiting artists include Vija Celmins, Nicole Eisenman, Dr. Lakra, Pope.L, Lorna Simpson, Bill Traylor, Melvin Way, and many more. Image: Untitled (detail ), 1966, ink and graphite on paper, 40.5 x 35cm. #susantekahurangiking @flagartfoundation #roberthealdgallery

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February 2019

#repost The FLAG Art Foundation is exhibiting work by Duke Riley, Susan Te Kahurangi King, and Melvin Way in their upcoming show Drawn Together Again, a survey of contemporary drawing, on view February 23-May 18. Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King (b. 1951 ), Untitled, c. 1960s-70s, graphite, colored pencil and ink on paper, 11 x 9" #dukeriley #susantekahruangiking #melvinway #drawntogetheragain

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February 2019

#repost @intuitartcenter Opening March 7, Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018 is the first major presentation of King’s work at Intuit and the first museum exhibition to include personal objects collected by her family. . Join the free reception from 5-8 p.m. on March 7! . #susantekahurangiking Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King (New Zealand, b. 1951 ). Untitled (detail ), c. 1959-1961. Crayon on paper, 13-1/4x8-1/4 in. (34x21 cm ), A32417. Courtesy of the artist, Chris Byrne, Andrew Edlin Gallery, and Marlborough Contemporary, London and New York. Photo by Adam Reich

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January 2019

#repost @intuitartcenter UPCOMING EXHIBIT—Susan Te Kahurangi King: 1958-2018 opens March 7 at Intuit. . Free opening reception Thursday, March 7, 5-8 p.m. . #susantekahurangiking Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King (New Zealand, b. 1951 ). Untitled, c. 1958-59. Crayon on paper, 7-1/2x5-3/4 in. (19.05x14.6 cm ), D05078. Courtesy of the artist and the American Folk Art Museum Susan Te Kahurangi King Fellowship. Photo by Adam Reich

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January 2019

#repost @jerrysaltz Good morning from the great @OutsiderArtFair The great #susantekahurangiking at @andrewedlingallery (owner and patron saint of the Fair ).

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January 2019

#repost @andrewedlingallery We are happy to announce that we will be showing works by Susan Te Kahurangi King (b. 1951 ) during this year's edition of the Outsider Art Fair New York, which opens Thursday, January 17th and runs through Sunday, January 20th. Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King (b. 1951 ), Untitled, c. 1963 - 1964, graphite and colored pencil on paper, 9.29 x 13.39 inches

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December 2018

Untitled, circa Christmas 1964, 16.5 x 21 cm, graphite and coloured pencil on paper. Courtesy of the artist #susantekahurangiking

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December 2018

#repost @roberthealdgallery Thanks to everyone who has supported the gallery this year and most of all the artists that we are fortunate to work with. The current exhibitions by Ben Cauchi and Brent Harris close Saturday 22nd December at 4pm. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The gallery will reopen Thursday 31st January with two exhibitions. Sam Rountree Williams will exhibit a body of new paintings at 230A Leftbank. At 209 Leftbank we are pleased to present the first iteration of an annual exhibition curated by a gallery artist. Curated by Dan Arps, The Orchid and the Wasp includes work by Teghan Burt, Richard Hawkins, Christopher LG Hill & Joshua Petherick, Morag Keil and Tim Webby. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We also look forward to opening a second upstairs gallery at 230B Leftbank in early April. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Happy Holidays ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King, Untitled, c.1967-1970, ink, coloured pencil and graphite on paper, 26 x 20.5cm

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December 2018

This work is one of eight featured in Landfall 236 - Aotearoa New Zealand Arts and Letters. Untitled, graphite, coloured pencil and crayon on paper, 430 x 300 mm. Courtesy of the artist, @roberthealdgallery and Chris Byrne. #susantekahurangiking #roberthealdgallery

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December 2018

On holiday.... Untitled, approx 33.5 x 24.5 cm Collage and ink on paper. Photo credit: @petitacole #susantekahurangiking

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November 2018

#repost @roberthealdgallery Susan Te Kahurangi King – Untitled, c.2016, graphite, ink and coloured pencil on paper, 23 x 18cm. One of twenty-nine works included in the recently opened exhibition Little, Little, Big at The Pah Homestead / TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland. Curated by Michael Prosee, the exhibition focuses upon King’s work from 2009-2018 and runs through 3 February. #susantekahurangiking @jameswallaceartstrust #roberthealdgallery

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November 2018

Untitled, c.1975-1980, graphite colored pencil and crayon on paper, 25 x 21 cm. One of 29 works currently showing at the exhibition Little, Little, Big at the Pah Homestead / TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre , Auckland. Curated by Michael Prosee - this show runs through to 3 Feb 2019. Courtesy of @jameswallaceartstrust and @roberthealdgallery #susantekahurangiking

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November 2018

This photo shows a work in progress back in March 2012. The square shapes were generated by positioning a little piece of card on the paper and repeatedly tracing around. The completed work is one of 29 now showing at ‘Little, Little, Big’ curated by Michael Prosee, the Pah Homestead @jameswallaceartstrust Photo credit: @petitacole #susantekahurangiking

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November 2018

Untitled, March 2012, ink, graphite and crayon on paper, 27.8 x 20.8 cm. One of 29 works featured at Little, Little, Big - curated by Michael Prosee @jameswallaceartstrust Courtesy of the artist and @roberthealdgallery Photo credit: @petitacole #susantekahurangiking #pahhomestead

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November 2018

Little, Little, Big curated by Michael Prosee, opened at the Pah Homestead / TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland on Monday. Beautiful installation and a stunning venue. Big thanks to Nicholas Butler, Michael Prosee, @jameswallaceartstrust @roberthealdgallery and Forsyth Barr. The exhibition runs through to 3rd Feb 2019. Photo credit: @petitacole #susantekahurangiking #roberthealdgallery #jameswallaceartstrust

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October 2018

Susan Te Kahurangi King’s exhibition "Little, Little, Big" opens at the Pah Homestead / TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre (Auckland ) at 6pm this coming Monday. "Little, Little, Big" will run through to 3 February 2019 and is curated by Michael Prosee. Opening night will correspond with three other new exhibitions at the Pah Homestead featuring Bill Hammond, Erin Forsyth and Sam Trubridge. Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King, Untitled, April 2009, 31.7 x 44.7cm, Ink on paper, Cat no NEWA20302. Courtesy of the artist and @roberthealdgallery #susantekahurangiking #tsbwallaceartscentre #pahhomestead

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October 2018

#repost @roberthealdgallery "What won't do are the romantic or patronizing epithets of "outsider" or "self-taught," which belong to a fading time of urges to police the frontiers of high culture. These terms are philosophically incoherent. All authentic artists buck prevailing norms and develop, on their own, what matters in their art." From Peter Schjeldahl's recent article on Bill Traylor in The New Yorker. Image: Susan Te Kahurangi King, Untitled, c.1975–1980, graphite and coloured pencil on found paper, 23 x 27cm #susantekahurangiking #roberthealdgallery

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October 2018

#repost @roberthealdgallery Susan Te Kahurangi King – Untitled, c.1967, crayon and ink on found paper, 18.5 x 46.5cm #susantekahurangiking #roberthealdgallery

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October 2018

Recent work: Cubed color - Aqua painters on wooden blocks, 3.4 cm cubed x 3 Photo credit: @petitacole #susantekahurangiking

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October 2018

#repost @marlboroughcontemporary #SusanTeKahurangiKing , Untitled, 2009, ink and cellulose tape on paper, 16 1/2 x 23 3/8 in. / 42 x 59.5 cm

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October 2018

Killing time - nicely 🙂 #susantekahurangiking Photo credit: @petitacole

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