• Harry Culy
  • Tyne Gordon
  • Ayesha Green
  • Emily Hartley-Skudder
  • Priscilla Rose Howe
  • Alan Ibell
  • Hannah Ireland
  • Claudia Kogachi
  • Caroline McQuarrie
  • Elisabeth Pointon
  • Kereama Taepa
  • Christopher Ulutupu
  • Denys Watkins
  • Ruby Wilkinson
  • Erica van Zon

Jhana Millers presents their first exhibition of limited-edition prints, featuring a range of styles, from lithographs and monoprints to screenprints and digital reproductions. The show includes works by most of the gallery artists and an essay by Lachlan Taylor will give context to the show.

“The actual experience of enjoying a multiple is something different. In a gallery, in a home, spending time with a print doesn’t initially or immediately trigger the abstraction of its multiplicity for me. They are multiple, but not infinite. Prints belong to a small group, made in a shared moment, bearing the traces of their reproductive medium across serial surfaces. Prints are a family, and when they leave the studio and spread across geographies, they remain a family—each indelibly connected to the moment of their making. They contest the autonomy of the art object while also expanding it.

Some of the artists in this exhibition are well-versed in working with multiples, for others, this is their first time experimenting with seriality. Many showcase the unique capacity offered by reproductions to translate images across media, changing their surface and form.”

Extract from Lachlan Taylor’s essay

Opening Hours

  • Wednesday – Friday, 11am – 5pm
  • Saturday, 11am – 4pm


  • Level 1, 85 Victoria Street
  • Te Aro
  • Te Whanganui-A-Tara, Wellington