Turner Prize-winning artist, writer and broadcaster Grayson Perry CBE is a British institution. His tapestry Map of Truths and Beliefs (2011) catalogues current pilgrimage destinations, religious and secular, including Mecca, Stonehenge, Auschwitz, Davos and Wembley. Woven on a computerised loom, it recalls the fanciful, allegorical maps of medieval times.

Like Perry, Dunedin artist Kushana Bush's intricate and colourful tragi-comic paintings comment on modern life but are loaded with references to arts of other times and places — to Indo-Persian miniatures, Japanese prints and medieval maps and illuminated manuscripts.



Friday 20 Nov –
Sunday 20 Mar

Free!