Curated by William McAloon, Home and Away was a major exhibition which dealt with themes including Signs/place/indigeneity, Abstraction/expression/transcendence, Material/signs.
Installed in the New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery, the exhibition included works by 48 artists from New Zealand and Australia. A major catalogue accompanied the exhibition which featured a rare interview with Chartwell founder, Robert Gardiner.
Left to Right: Eureka School, John Reynolds (1993), Post Black No. 13, Bill Culbert and Ralph Hotere (1992) and Ghosts, Demons, and Dragons - 2, Max Gimblett (1988)
Left to Right: They Comfort Me, Michael Parekowhai (1992), Boy Am I Scared Eh!, Peter Robinson (1997), How Do We Learn?, Richard Killeen (1992), Into The Black, Chris Heaphy (1996)
Cross, Shane Cotton (1996) and Paradiso, Imants Tillers (1994)
Left to Right: Grey-White, Gordon Walters (1974-1990), Are there not twelve hours of daylight, Colin McCahon (1970) and Black, Grey, White, Tony Tuckson (1970-73)
Left to Right: Pin Point, Needle Point 1994, Judy Watson (1994), Into The Black, Chris Heaphy (1996), Landscape of Mirrors, Patrick Pound (1991) and They Comfort Me, Michael Parekowhai (1992)
Left to Right: Virgin, Luise Fong (1994), Girl With Hula Hoop, Jenny Watson (1992), Untitled Works From 1992/93, Bill Henson (1992-93), '28' Diptych, Jeffrey Harris (1987)
Left to Right: '28' Diptych, Jeffrey Harris (1987), Ladybug (Pornament), Hany Armanious (1993), Channel Zero, W D Hammon (1988)
Left to Right: Untitled No. 9, Geoff Thornley (1989), Journey One (Second Version), Milan Mrkusich (1986), Untitled (Target), Julian Dashper (1993), Pop Goes the Weezel, Dale Frank (1989)