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About the Gallery

Mossgreen-Webb's Gallery programme launched in August 2017 with Colours from China, curated by Beijing based art critic, Liao Wen. This inaugural presentation was the first of an ongoing series of exhibitions, collaborative projects and events that will complement our auction calendar.

Working with industry professionals across the creative sector in New Zealand and off shore, Mossgreen-Webb's exhibits a diverse cross section of visual art and design, contributing to the discussion on arts and culture research.

Alongside the exhibition component, we have a multi-platform dialogue of public events, artist talks, curator talks, panel discussions, critical writing and digital content.

The trans-Tasman nature of our business encourages collaborative projects with Mossgreen in Melbourne and Sydney.

Mossgreen-Webb's Gallery
Mossgreen-Webb's Upstairs Gallery
Photographed by Sam Hartnett

Gallery Exhibitions Manager - Jessica Pearless
Jessica is a well respected and experienced Visual Arts Manager, having worked in the sector for over 18 years. Formerly the Manager of Webb’s Fine Art Department, Jessica rejoined Mossgreen-Webb’s in 2016 to manage the gallery exhibitions and artistic projects programme. Her experience extends to gallery management, fine art valuation, art collection management, teaching and mentoring within the visual arts sector. Jessica holds a Master of Fine Arts (Honours) degree from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland and is a practicing artist with a longstanding exhibition history in New Zealand.

Contact: 
+64 21 115 4479
jessica.pearless@mossgreen-webbs.co.nz

Mossgreen Gallery
Mossgreen-Webb's programme is complemented by our trans-Tasman colleagues at Mossgreen Gallery. Mossgreen Gallery supports the careers of a select group of mid-career and senior Australian and international artists working closely with each of them to present retrospective exhibitions to celebrate their work and achievements.