• Susan Te Kahurangi King

Untitled references the consideration that the works of Susan Te Kahurangi King (Ngaati Hauaa te iwi whaangai) are consistently without a title. Te Kahurangi King makes work that speaks for itself without any written language to describe or frame it. The artist herself stopped verbally communicating around the age of four years old, and was much later diagnosed with autism in 2015.

There is an immediacy and confidence in Te Kahurangi King’s mark-making that is compelling—it is not surprising that she has exhibited extensively around the world and her drawings are housed in important public collections including MoMA, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, American Folk Art Museum, and the Chartwell Collection (Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tamaki). 

Untitled includes carefully selected works made by Te Kahurangi King in ten early years and ten more recent years.

This exhibition was made possible with the support of Artmount & Framing Matters.

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  • Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland, 0604