Milan Mrkusich Solo Exhibition "Works 1992 - 1997" - Subject to Covid-19 Restrictions
Time & Location
About the event
** This exhibition has been postponed and will be going ahead at a later date. A new date will be confirmed once we have confirmation of the new lockdown level that will allow this exhibition opening to go ahead. **
Milan Mrkusich ONZM, has been recognised as one of New Zealand’s most important artists.
He was a pioneer of abstract painting and made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) in 1997 for his services to painting.
Mrkusich won the commission to design a significant art installation at Te Papa Tongarewa, Museum of New Zealand, with a colourful array of enamel-on-glass panels, two storeys high and running the length of the building along Cable Street, installed ready for the museum’s grand opening in 1998.
Mrkusich was one of ten inaugural Icon Award recipients from the Arts Foundation of New Zealand in 2003.
Milan Mrkusich died on the 13th of June 2018 at the age of 93.
We do not expect another exhibition of this scale to be presented for public display in the future so all discerning collectors, both new and established, should avail themselves of this opportunity to see some of the influences that let to many of the works produced by Milan Mrkusich over the years.