Annemieke Montagne is a painter, designer, sculptor and filmmaker currently residing in Christchurch, New Zealand. Montagne currently manages and curates Art Hole Gallery - located at 336 Saint Asaph street. Her work is expressive, often featuring unsettling textures and challenging subject matter. Much of her work stems from self reflection and the analysis of that insight, and so often has a commanding physical presence. Her compositions have been described as a halfway marker between Aubrey Beardsley’s decadent Art Nouveau prints and neo-expressionist George Baselitz’s paintings. Montagne’s recent exhibitions include group shows ‘Contrast’ and ‘Gluttony’ at Next Gallery, a self titled solo show at Absolution, and a multi-medium project in collaboration with CoCA Gallery and other artists.