25 Oct 2013
Monochromatic black, white and grey is the palette for ArtBox’s latest exhibition, which opens Wednesday 22 October at 5.30pm, rounding off a year-long programme with Back Catalogue by Mark Soltero.
Mark graduated from CPIT in 1998 with a Bachelor in Art & Design but has maintained close links with the institute’s School of Art & Design.
Employed as Head of Visual Arts & Art History at Papanui High School for almost 11 years, Mark has also served on CPIT’s Certificate in Design Advisory Board for almost nine years as well as managing the Governor’s Bay Gallery with Kim Hennessy since 2007.
Mark Soltero's Back Catalogue exhibition rounds out a carried programme for 2013 for CPIT's ArtBox.
“It feels very fitting to finish a year of fantastic exhibitions at ArtBox by featuring one of our graduates. Mark has gone on to be very active in different ways in the Christchurch arts scene and this exhibition represents several years of research and developing his own work,” CPIT Student Project Manager Martin Trusttum.
Mark’s work is private collections in California and New York, Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Meanwhile ArtBox’s new Lantern Gallery, launched 12 September, features Bodytok Quintet: The Human Instrument Archive by Mark Soltero, in collaboration with SCAPE 7 Public Art Christchurch Biennial and Christchurch Art Gallery’s Outer Spaces.