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I Hate You, I Hate You, I Hate You, Because I Don’t Hate You; I Love You
Saturday 11 February
ARTSPACE, Corner of K’ Road and East Street
Photos: Maria Bumanglag

I hate you, I hate you, I hate you, because I don’t hate you; I love you… is an off-site project co-organised by Artspace NZ and Michael Lett Gallery on Karangahape Road as part of Auckland Pride’s visual arts programme. Featuring work by Jordana Bragg, Xun Cao, Juliet Carpenter, Fiona Clark, Ary Jansen, Paul Johns, Sorawit Songsataya and Pati Solomona Tyrell, with a contribution from No Pride in Prisons.

The exhibit runs from 11-26 February, for more information, click here.