Witte de With Contemporary Art
Kate Newby
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Kate Newby

Born 1979 in Auckland, New Zealand. Lives and works in Auckland.

Newby studied at Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland where she has since taught. Selected solo exhibitions include I’ll follow you down the road, Hopkinson Cundy, Auckland (2011); Crawl out your window, GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen; Burnt house. A little later, Gambia Castle, Auckland (both 2010); Get off my garden, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland; Blow wind blow, Y3K Gallery, Melbourne (both 2009); Thinking with your body, Gambia Castle, Auckland (2008); My Poetry, for example, Symonds Street, University of Auckland; On the Benefits of Building, Gambia Castle, Auckland; and A Windy Fire, Te Tuhi, Auckland (all 2007). Selected group exhibitions include Prospect, Wellington City Gallery, Wellington (DATE); Out of a stone, Banner Repeater, London; Bas Jan Ader: Suspended between Laughter and Tears, Museo de Arte Zapopan (MAZ) in Guadalajara, Mexico (both 2011); Black Door Files, Black Door, Istanbul; Bas Jan Ader, Pitzer Art Galleries and Claremont Museum of Art, Los Angeles; The sky, a window and a tree, with Fiona Connor, CalArts, Los Angeles (both 2010); IN CASE IT RAINS, IT MIGHT INVOLVE WATER, ADSF, Rotterdam; The Future is Unwritten, The Adam Art Gallery, Wellington (both 2009); Show me don’t tell me, Brussels Biennial 1; Break: Towards a Public Realm, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth; Give us a sign, Courtney Place Light Boxes, with City Gallery, Wellington; Hold Still (with Nick Austin), One Day Sculpture, Auckland; The World (will soon turn our way) (with Fiona Connor and Marnie Slater) site-specific project, Mt Eden, Auckland (all 2008); Moment Making: After the Situation, ARTSPACE, Auckland (2007); Remember New Zealand, 26th Sao Paulo Biennale, São Paulo (2004); Money for Nothing, Artspace, Auckland, & City Gallery, Wellington (2003).