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Gow Langsford Gallery

An enduring point of interest on Auckland cultural map

Established in 1987 by John Gow and Gary Langsford, this private gallery partially sits on what was once a suburban petrol station. In actuality two separate exhibition spaces, two of several such galleries to orbit Auckland Art Gallery, Gow Langsfords’s aim is to “foster and promote” contemporary art. Statement pieces by artists such as Alex Monteith, Max Gimblett, John Pule, Dick Frizzell and Judy Millar are sold to public institutions and private collections. Another goal is to show high quality international art: they’ve wrangled exhibitions by Picasso, Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol.


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