10th – 23rd of September, TE PO Gallery, Unitec.
To celebrate Overload’s 10th Anniversary, Overload Committee and Asia Foundation NZ are honoured to showcase a highly accomplished Japanese artist, Noizi Ito, famous for character design for Anime series’ such as Shakugan no Shana, Another and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. This Free Public Art Exhibition will be held at the TE PO Gallery and is open from the 10th of September to the 23rd of September. Times: 9am- 5pm Mon-Fri.
On Display at the Gallery will be 15 High quality digitally printed artworks, generously provided by Epson NZ, a static display of around 25 high quality collectible figurines, 8 of Noizi ito’s Art-books and other artwork. The exhibition is curated by Marcel Denize. Shown here is a rare figurine of [osamu moet moso] Ribon no Kishi (Princess Knight) Sapphire, designed from a character illustration by Noizi Ito.
A Reception Night for Noizi Ito will be held at the TE PO Gallery on the evening of 23rd of September, beginning at 6:00pm and lasting until 8:30pm. There will be an exclusive presentation from Noizi Ito with a unique chance to see Noizi Ito’s sketch book, generously provided on loan from the Osamu Tezuka Exhibition. Noizi Ito will also give a live drawing session, the artwork produced will be auctioned at Overload (5.00pm, 26/09, ASB Stadium). The reception will finish with a Prize Draw.
Three prizes will be drawn: (Click to preview)
- Ito Noizi Art Collection GU-RE-N Sponsored by the Overload Committee
- The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Season 2 Collection Sponsored by Madman Entertainment NZ
- Nendoroid Haruhi Suzumiya (GSC) Sponsored by Graphic Novel Cafe
Please Note: For copyright reasons recording, photography or filming at the Exhibition is expressly forbidden.
Noizi Ito: Art Exhibition Reception Night
Date: 23rd September 2015
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: TE PO Gallery,
Building One, Gate One, Carrington Road, Mt Albert,
Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland.
Below is a video of the route from Carrington Rd to the TE PO Gallery at Unitec.