A massive collection of contemporary Māori art is going on display at the Auckland Art Gallery, and will be the largest exhibition in the 132-year history of the gallery.
Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art offers and insight into the development of Māori art from the 1950s to present day.
It features more than 300 artworks by 110 Māori artists. It'll showcase a range of works, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, clay-making, jewellery and body adornment, photography, digital media, film and installation art.
The gallery is holding a free event for the public tomorrow to celebrate the exhibition opening.