Freedom Farmers kicked off at the Auckland Art Gallery last night.
A celebration of Contemporary New Zealand artists in one of the largest surveys of contemporary art the gallery has shown in some time.
Tessa Laird, Francis Upritchard, Dan Arps, and Richard Maloy are just a few of the artists in this free exhibition, which predominantly canvases a new generation of artists born in the 1970s.
This is the art of our generation, the artists that your children will be coveting and unable to afford.
Look at it now, engage with it, embrace it, enjoy it, support it.
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