Author Archives: Gregor

Lost World-Wall Installed

Glass wall made out of 220, carefully cast, hand made, sinter blocks, that are illuminated with 25 neon lights, is standing as a feature piece of the exhibition. It is measuring 2.2×3.85×2.65m. Opening tonight 5-7 @ Gow Langsford gallery, Lorne street  

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Lost World at Gow Langsford Gallery

New exhibition by Gregor Kregar Join us at the opening Tuesday 10 November, 5-7pm In Lost World at  Gow langsford Gallery, Lorne Street, sculptor Gregor Kregar combines structures made from recycled glass with large stylized bronze dinosaurs. Through this unusual juxtaposition the artist creates an environment to surprise and engage the viewer. Kregar’s interest in dinosaurs was sparked by observing […]

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Luminous Passage at Sydney Contemporary 2015

Luminous Passage was commissioned by Sydney Contemporary 2015 as part of the Installation Program. Breaking out of the confines of the booth, Installation Contemporary (curated by The Curators’ Department – Glenn Barkley, Ivan Muñiz Reed and Holly Williams) presented 12 innovative, site-specific and interactive works in unexpected places throughout the Art Fair. Luminous Passage was a temporary structure that was constructed out […]

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Reflective Lullaby-Frankie

The Gnome has landed If you’re driving along the highway nearing Melbourne you may have noticed a familiar sight.  Gregor Kregar has recently installed a nine meter tall metallic gnome at the Cranbourne Rd exit of Peninsula link. Reflective Lullaby is commissioned and owned by McClelland Sculpture Park. Over the next twenty five years McClelland Sculpture Park will […]

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Pin Wall is installed

Sarah Hughes and Gregor Kregar’s Pin Wall DETAIL OF SARAH HUGHES AND GREGOR KREGAR’S PIN WALL, 2015  Pin Wall is a collaborative public artwork by artists Sara Hughes and Gregor Kregar. Commissioned by the Napier City Council, the work is situated on the Marine Parade side of the new wing of the museum building in Napier. The […]

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Fragmented Echo in Perth

During the school break, a significant sculpture titled ‘Fragmented Echo’ by artist Gregor Kregar has been installed  in the Senior School precinct of Christ Church Grammar School in Perth. This new work is a mirror polished stainless steel creation reflecting the character of the School and adding to the aesthetic ambiance of the campus in a […]

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Open Studio

Gregor Kregar’s studio event 7G Veronica Street, New Lynn Saturday 1 November, 5-8pm Open Studio timed to coincide with the culmination of Transit Cloud, a new public artwork for New Lynn that Kregar has completed in collaboration with Sara Hughes and Davor Popadic. Transit Cloud will be unveiled to the public for the first time, […]

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Invivo Arch

As part of TEDx 2014, Gregor Kregar was invited by Invivo to make an installation utilizing their wine boxes. He constructed a large temporary arch using 424 Invivo boxes. Kregar also features in the current edition of Art NZ, pick up a copy to read about his work and practice.

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2 fragile 2 shoot @ Corbans

Gregor Kregar Corbans Estate Arts Center Opening Thursday 6-8 pm Fri. 1 August – Sun. 7 September | FREE 2 Fragile 2 Shoot is an installation of new artworks by Gregor Kregar. A combination of slipcast and glazed ceramic objects are installed throughout the space. Kregar utilises a familiar subject or object and represents them […]

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December 2013 / Perun at Silo, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland

Site specific installation called Perun was instaled as part of 8@6 exhibition at Silo Gallery Space, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland. It was made out of 400 components of stainless steel and 20 neons that were suspended in the air in a way to fit across the whole diameter of one of the silo spaces. See http://eightatsix.co.nz/gregor-kregar/ […]

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