The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and Len Lye Centre is a contemporary art museum and space in New Plymouth.
The art gallery opened in 1970 in the old Regent Cinema building. The name comes from Monica Brewster (née Govett), who was the founding benefactor.
The gallery traditionally changes its exhibitions three times a year. The gallery also has café and shop.
The Len Lye Centre, which opened in 2015, is located next to the art gallery and houses artist, sculpter, poet and filmmaker Len Lye’s collection and archive, as well as galleries, an education centre and a 62-seat cinema.
The Centre’s with its shimmering mirror-like steel facade is probably one of the most photographed buildings in New Plymouth.
Entry to the gallery is free but donations are appreciated.
The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and Len Lye Centre is located on the corner of Queen St and Devon St West, New Plymouth.