Photograph of Andrew Drummond's "Coming and Going" Dome Installation, Sarjeant Gallery

Laurence Aberhart, Artist

It was made in 1988. The place where it was made is unknown.
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About the Work
With October being Whanganui Heritage Month, I was drawn to the images that evoked nostalgia. I’m not Whanganui born and bred, but it's architecture and art have captured my full attention. My selection of works captures some buildings that are no longer here, yet we still have the highest concentration of heritage buildings in New Zealand. Imagine Whanganui even 20 years ago and what we have lost – let’s hope more can be saved for the future generations to enjoy.
The dome of the Sarjeant provides one of the most stunning opportunities for art display and inspiration and this image just exemplifies that so well. It’s Yummy! I’d visit just for exhibitions in the Dome!
- Helen Craig, Whanganui District Councillor & Whanganui Regional Heritage Trustee for the Oct 2020 instalment of the My Choice exhibition series.
Measurements
Image 176 x 358mm
Media
colour photograph
Description
8 x 10 colour photograph of dome installation by Andrew Drummond. Woven willow human forms standing and suspended under the dome with woven willow triangular prow forms emerging from the four walls.
Credit Line
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui
Collection Type
Permanent collection

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Accession Number:
1995/62/1

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