Anna Miles has a background as an art critic, curator and lecturer. Having decided it was more productive to be a champion than a critic, she opened her Auckland gallery in 2003. For 11 years the Gallery ran from a west-facing room in the Canterbury Arcade Building at 47 High St before relocating to 10/30 Upper Queen St in 2015. Open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 11-3 and any time by appointment (please telephone Anna 021 471047). Parking available in front of the Gallery garage, on the street or the next door Upper Queen St Pay and Display.
Mark Braunias will exhibit Liquid Mammalia March- April 2019.
Ocelot Dominion, Anna Miles Gallery, Auckland, December 2018.
Liquid Mammalia, Anna Miles Gallery, Auckland, April 2019.
McLeavey Gallery, Wellington.
The Peter McLeavey Gallery is one of New Zealand's longest running and respected contemporary art galleries. For the past 50 years the gallery has operated out of its premises on 147 Cuba Street, Wellington. Mark Braunias held his first show with the Gallery in 1994. Sadly Peter McLeavey passed away in 2015 and since that time the gallery has continued to run under the management of Peter's daughter, Olivia McLeavey.
A Day in my Life, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 2003
The Jonathan Smart Gallery originated as the Jonathan Jensen Gallery on 160 High Street, Christchurch in 1988. Since 1994 Jonathan took sole ownership of the gallery up to the present time. Mark Braunias held his first exhibition in 1988 with the gallery. Post the Christchurch earthquake in 2011 the Jonathan Smart Gallery re-located to 52 Buchan Street , Sydenham in Christchurch.