Viewfinder Window


Viewfinder Window is a mobile contemporary art window-gallery that brings visual arts to the street. Viewfinder supports local contemporary artists including sculptors, painters, writers, jewellers and installation practitioners.

Viewfinder is a Nelson start-up, in the same ilk as similar project window spaces in cities including Auckland, Dunedin and Wellington.

Viewfinder aims to run a series of two-monthly exhibitions, showcasing different artists.


Viewfinder Window – Jen Bowmast

Jen Bowmast was the first artist to exhibit in the Viewfinder Window. Her work, All my friends are psychic, was a satellite project to ‘Sacred Sites‘, a solo show at Ramp…

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Viewfinder Window – Catherine Russ

Home / 2003 belongs to a series of work that continues Catherine’s exploration of domestic life. Inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s painting, The Potato Eaters, she recreates the scene of an adult…

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Viewfinder Window – Leigh Paterson

Small Change is a payback. This financial display featured as part of Viewfinder is a social exchange and capital redistribution subverting conventions found in the arts,finance and commerce. Small Change…

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Viewfinder Window – Ann Braunsteiner

5 Warnings derives from labels on cigarette and tobacco packaging. Ann Braunsteiner has taken examples of such labels and created new meanings – from the serious to the playful. Ann’s…

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Viewfinder – Karolina Gorton

“Everyone’s a winner, bargains galore That’s right, you too can be the proud owner Of the quality goes in before the name goes on One-tenth of a dollar, one-tenth of…

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