Everything I know at the Top I Learned at the Bottom
Marnie Slater was joined by Daniel du Bern and Jessica Reid to present her debut solo project Eve...
It can often feel like there's an art biennale opening somewhere in the world every second day. I...
Rhythm is best considered fractally...
Over four weeks Chris Cudby was a daily resident at Enjoy, producing weekly printed booklets with...
Terry Urbahn has spoken of his interest in the mystical sense that the medieval landscapes of Eur...
Green Belt Video Suburb
Green Belt Video Suburb was a collaborative multimedia installation by Wellington artists, vjRex ...
untitled (pictures, objects, Enjoy, Cuba St, Wellington, 2005)
This work, untitled (pictures, objects, Enjoy, Cuba St, Wellington, 2005) runs alongside much of ...
DEATH OF A B-MOVIE EMPIRE
Deflation saw Dunedin-based artist Violet Faigan's continuing exploration of the role of value in...
Campbell Kneale is a Lower Hutt resident whose cross-platform artworks have focused on the everyd...
Ice creams shared between lovers? Kisses that draw blood. A rejection that leaves the room tepid.
Lucky Sod saw local artist Caroline Johnston play with ideas relating to the contrived organisati...
CLUBSproject Inc. & Christopher L. G. Hill present:
Work by Christopher L.G. Hill, James Deutsher & guests
At Home (in transit)
Tourists, exiles, immigrants, expatriates, and refugees. The idea of location determining identit...
The annual Enjoy Gallery fundraiser.
Inner City Real Estate
Celebrating the success of 2004 was the opportunity to buy original works by contemporary Ne...
Local artist Daniel du Bern was selected to represent Enjoy at the 2006 Next Wave Festival.
Michael Morley's paintings attempted to recreate abstract utopian ideas as graphic symbols. These...
The Bomb was an ironic comment on the decades-long hysteria about nuclear threat and growing up i...
Enjoy's Fifth Birthday