Art Galleries

Situated in the heart of downtown Auckland on Karangahape Road, Artspace is the leading non-commercial, non-collecting, organisation for contemporary art in New Zealand.

Artspace is committed to presenting new ideas in art and culture, along with fostering debate and generating intellectual feedback. A range of innovative exhibitions and events are on offer which helps bridge experimental art to the mainstream and New Zealand practice to an international audience.

Artspace also hosts a series of free talks to provide a public speaking platform to visiting artists and art professionals. The talks are in collaboration with Elam School of Fine Arts and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Admission to the gallery is free.

Opening Hours:

Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 10am–6pm
Wednesday - 10am–6pm
Thursday - 10am–6pm
Friday - 10am–6pm
Saturday - 11am–4pm
Sunday - Closed

Contact Info:

+64 9-303 4965


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Level 1, 300 Karangahape Road ((above the Newton Post Office) , Auckland-Central

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