Gus Fisher Gallery

Situated in the historic Kenneth Myers Centre, Gus Fisher Gallery is committed to promoting the evolution of visual arts and culture. 

Image of the stained glass, circular dome in the ceiling of the Gus Fisher Gallery, with the sun shining through it.

The Gus Fisher Gallery is a stunning Grade I listed building in the heart of Auckland Central. Originally custom-built as TV and Radio studios in 1934 in a Neo-Romanesque architectural style, it was importantly the site of the first TV broadcast in New Zealand in 1960. In keeping with its television history, the building is located on Shortland Street connecting it to the New Zealand soap opera of the same name. The gallery is named after its patron, Gus Fisher (1920 - 2010) who was a leading figure in the New Zealand fashion industry.

Since 2001, the Gus Fisher Gallery has occupied the upper floor of this incredible building. Under the direction of a new Curator of Contemporary Art from May 2018, we are planning to embark on a new journey to engage and expand audiences through a revitalized and relevant programme of exhibitions, events and conversations for all from 2019. We want everyone to feel welcomed, excited and passionate about contemporary art and all it can offer.

We hope you will join us on this exciting journey and please stay tuned for further details!




The Kenneth Myers Centre
74 Shortland St
Auckland Central
New Zealand 


Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 12pm - 4pm

*These hours are dependent on exhibition installation and public holidays. Head over to our Facebook page to see our most up-to-date schedule. 


(during opening hours)
Postal: The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019 Auckland
Phone: +64 9 923 6646