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A unique, world famous collection of Surrealist art is coming to Te Papa this winter.
The Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor, Professor Juliet Gerrard, has been appointed to the Board of Te Papa.
Te Papa’s Toi Art presents MAU: House of Night and Day, a major installation by renowned director, choreographer and multidisciplinary artist Lemi Ponifasio.
A unique, world famous collection of Surrealist art is coming to Te Papa this summer.
Te Papa’s summer blockbuster exhibition Wonderland opens to the public tomorrow and runs until 8 March 2020.
An exhibition opening in Te Papa’s Toi Art in November gives an intimate insight into the unique cultural practice of Sāmoan tattooing.
The oldest European painting of Aotearoa New Zealand in Te Papa's collection will go in display in Toi Art, Te Papa’s art gallery, as part of Tamatea: He Tūtakinga Tuku Iho |Legacies of encounter.
After travelling more than 10,000 kilometres from Xi’an, China, the 2,300-year-old terracotta warriors have arrived at Te Papa.
From scaly sea monsters, shiny dinosaurs, and ghastly goblins, to the dark brooding misfits of Tony Fomison’s paintings – two new art exhibitions will open at Te Papa this weekend
More than 700,000 people have seen 'Gallipoli: The scale of our war' in its first year, making it the most visited exhibition in Te Papa’s history.
For the first time a book that catalogues the more than 2,300 Maori cultural items held in the British Museum is being published.
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