Kaan Zamaan Contemporary Art Gallery – Kerikeri, Northland
Kaan Zamaan Gallery has relocated from Hobson Avenue.
The new studio gallery will be open by November, starting with new work by Fran Leitch. Hours will be on demand and by appointment.
New work by Fran Leitch | The Old Tart Brigade } new work on paper & jewellery } Nov 4 – 24 Introducing Mark Russell | Cosmos } astro photography Preview 1 – 4pm Sat 4 nov
Bernard Winkels & Scott McFarlane | Suspect Device } Dec 2 – Jan 28 Official opening 1 – 5.30pm
Kaan Zamaan contemporary art gallery will become :
j u l i a r e i n h o l t contemporary art | consultant 25 Kemp Road, Kerikeri 0235
www.juliareinholt.co.nz ( currently under construction ) Call to view 021 1634478 | 09 4075191
firstname.lastname@example.org ( new email from December )
Since it’s debut, Kaan Zamaan’s founder and director Julia Reinholt has held monthly exhibitions supporting northland, national and international artists. Established in 2001, it all started on Kemp Road, in Julia’s home studio.
The recent arrival of Julia’s grandson was the catalyst for a change of direction. Julia hopes to paint more herself, and the established artists she represents don’t need such a large gallery anymore, so the intimate naturally lit home studio is ideal for a new beginning. Opening her home on demand and by appointment, clients will get a whole new experience. Julia hopes an individual and uninterrupted reception, in the peace of her home overlooking the river and away from the bustle of town, will offer a pleasing and difference experience.Browse over Julia’s private collection, the stockroom and the studio exhibition, there’s much to appreciate. With nearly 17 years in the industry, Julia hopes to help customers find what they need in a relaxed atmosphere offering a specialised and personal service, in a beautiful historic location overlooking Kerikeri basin and Koraripo pa.
Julia can advice on restoration, conservation, sourcing and museum standard framing, referring you to top specialists in these fields.
Workshops and artists talks will also be held on site, and the exhibiting space/garden will continue to evolve , in the years ahead.