Talking Culture - Photobook Friday

Talking Culture • Te Kōrero Ahurea

Ellen Melville Centre • 29 May

12pm - 1pm Fri 29 May
Corner High St and Freyberg Place CBD
Amaury Da Cunha, France, Judith Crispin, Australia, and Cody Ellingham, NZ/Japan.

Photo book Friday is part of the Talking Culture by Leica series.

You are invited to share some wonderful international and New Zealand photography stories, meet the artists, explore themes, and discuss the designs of the books themselves. Held on a winter’s Friday afternoon, this is a great opportunity to meet online and informally with key international practitioners & NZ photobook artists and publishers.

Featuring photobook presentations by Amaury Da Cunha, France, Judith Crispin, Australia, Chris Leskovsek, New Zealand and Cody Ellingham, NZ/Japan.

Exclusive opportunity to meet with Amaury da Cunha, laureate of the Randell Cottage Writers Residence, in Wellington. Writer and photographer, was born in Paris in 1976. After studies in modern literature, he went to the Arles National Superior School of Photography (ENSP) and graduated in 2000. In March 2017, Le Rouergue published an autobiographical story, Histoire souterraine. Just over a year later in May 2018, the H’artpon publishing house released Demeure, a book of images accompanied by texts written by Sylvie Gracia. Thanks to the French Embassy.

Free: details on how to join this small boutique gathering - arrive at the Ellen Melville Centre at 1130am to be logged into the centre for contact tracing, keep you distance, limited numbers.

Event includes two Zoom presentations. Starts at 12pm, concludes 1pm.

Q + A session with Amaury,

Ellen Melville Centre • 29 Haratua

Ngā Haora
12pm - 1pm Fri 29 Haratua
Corner High St and Freyberg Place CBD
Ngā Tohunga Toi
Amaury Da Cunha, France, Judith Crispin, Australia, and Cody Ellingham, NZ/Japan.

E tūwhera ana tēnei kaupapa kore utu ki te katoa. E pōhiri ana ki te katoa kia tirotiro ki ngā whakaahua nō Aotearoa nei, nō tāwāhi hoki. Tūtaki mai i ngā kaitoi. Whakatewhatewha i ngā kaupapa kōrero o ngā whakaaturanga nei. Whakawhiti whakaaro mō ngā āhua o ngā pukapuka.

He wā tēnei ki te tūtaki ā-ipurangi nei i ngā mātanga nō ngā tōpito o te ao me ngā kaitoi/kaitā pukapuka whakaahua o Aotearoa nei.

Amaury Da Cunha; Untitled

Amaury Da Cunha (Fra)

Cody Ellingham; Bangkok Phosphores 2

Cody Ellingham; Bangkok Phosphores 2

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