It seemed fair to post on this too, after yesterday's critique of the Telecom Prospect 2007 website
Auckland Triennial website
First off, the '07 Triennial site is a whole lot simpler than (a) previous Triennial websites and (b) the Prospect site.
Its got lots of white space, it fills the screen, and works with the usual expanding left-hand nav. The design may not be inspired, but it's easy to navigate and read.
The site has a print screen function, and The Supporters section has embedded links for all the sponsors (both missing from Prospect '07).
On the down side - only one image per artist (here's the Phil Collins page as an example), and some looooong pages. The Events pages, for example, might have benefited from using a table / calendar format.
Interestingly, my favourite section is the most administrative: the Visit section. Nicely laid out, pretty (and readable) maps and easy to follow.
The Triennial site doesn't have any Web 2.0 features - no interactive, no commenting, no podcasts (which I should have given City Gallery credit for, come to think of it). But it does a good job of delivering information and not pissing you off.