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Allan McDonald: Walking in the City
Anna Miles Gallery • 23 May - 15 June
11am - 5pm Wed - Fri, 11am - 4pm Sat (also open late for Festival Tuesday)
Allan McDonald photographs familiar aspects of urban environments that may not be around for much longer. After the Christchurch earthquakes our cities and towns are scrutinizing their architectural stock and assessing stability.
Gow Langsford Gallery • 15 May - 8 June
10am - 6pm weekdays, 10am - 4pm Sat
Cuban-American, New York based photographer Anthony Goicolea has shown with Gow Langsford Gallery since 2003.
Anxious Production: Disrupting a Functionary Bond
Elam Projectspace Gallery • 5 June - 15 June
11am - 4pm Wed - Sat
Anxious Production: disrupting a Functionary Bond - Recent Elam graduates Andrew Kennedy and Vito Trupinic use photography and sculpture to explore current dynamics in contemporary photographic practice.
Auckland Photo Day
Auckland Region • 8 June
24 Hours - Public Competition
Auckland Photo Day is an open access public competition run over a period of 24 hours. For one day only, photographers are asked to capture an image which reflects their Auckland. If the photo is good enough to show your friends and family - your built-in audience - it might be good enough to win 1st Prize in Nikon Auckland Photo Day.
Chen Haiwen: Features of China
Aotea Gallery - Aotea Centre • 30 May - 7 June
10am - 5pm Daily
Selected by Artistic Director Mr Zhang Guotian of Pingyao International Photography Festival, China.
Hum Salon • 5 June - 21 June
7.30am - 6pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 7pm Sat-Sun
Two contemporary photographers Paul Batt (Australia) and Fernando Montiel Klint (Mexico) document China at a point of upheaval.
Chris McLennan: A Year in the Wild Life Of
Shed Five • 8 June - 21 June
8am to 3pm, Daily
Internationally renowned local photographer Chris McLennan shares some of his stunning wildlife imagery from around the world, including award winning photos of some of the world’s most impressive species.
Daniel Crooks: Remapping
Two Rooms Upstairs Gallery • 24 May - 6 July
11am - 6pm Tue - Fri, 11am - 3pm Sat
Daniel Crooks' remapping suggests views of other possible worlds. In video and photography, Crooks records, dissects, and reconfigures sections of lived reality.
Edith Amituanai: Ranui 135
Anna Miles Gallery • 20 June - 27 July
11am - 5pm Wed - Fri, 11am - 4pm Sat
Named after the bus route that connects her suburb with the city, Ranui 135 continues Edith Amituanai's interest in photographing what is nearest to her.
Epson/NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards
Vero Centre • 6 June - 5 July
7am - 6pm Mon - Fri, closed weekends
This touring exhibition showcases the highest scoring awarded photographs (gold,silver and bronze) from the 2012 NZIPP Iris Awards.
Gil Hanly: Artists in Situ
The Pah Homestead • 4 June - 28 July
10am - 3pm Tue - Fri, 10am - 5pm Sat & Sun, closed Mondays
Gil Hanly is one of New Zealand’s best-loved photographers. For more than five decades she has documented the people of New Zealand at times of great social change.
Interlude and Light Moods South
Gus Fisher Gallery • 25 May - 29 June
10am-5pm Tues - Fri, 12pm-4pm Sat
Interlude is a series of six works by Sholto Buck which explore transition and solitude, the inbetween moments when we find ourselves alone.
Jae Hoon Lee: Untouched as Unknown
Corban Estate Arts Centre • 17 May - 16 June
10am - 4.30pm daily
Jae Hoon Lee's confronting and seamless photographic landscapes are composed from numerous individual images taken over a period of time.
John Miller and Gil Hanly: Nga Puna Waihanga
Nathan Homestead Gallery • 17 May - 16 June
9am - 5pm Mon - Fri, 1pm - 4pm Sat - Sun
Queen's Birthday weekend 2013 marks the 40th anniversary of the inauguration of Maori Writers and Artists - later known as Nga Puna Waihanga.
Kazu Nakagawa: 'A Play CAT WALK'
Bath Street Gallery • 29 May - 22 June
10am - 5.30pm Tues - Fri, 11am - 3pm Sat
‘A Play CAT WALK’ documents Kazu Nakagawa’s site specifc interactive installation for the headland Sculpture on the Gulf earlier this year.
Neil Pardington: The Order Of Things
Two Rooms • 24 May - 6 July
11am - 6pm Tue - Fri, 11am - 3pm Sat
Taking its name from the seminal book by Michel Foucault, The Order of Things documents scientific collections in museums.
Nga wahanga:excerpts from Fiona Pardington's collections
Papakura Art Gallery • 8 June - 20 July
9am - 5pm Mon - Fri, 10am - 2pm Sat
Fiona Pardington (Ngai Tahu, Kati Mamoe, Ngati Kahungunu and Scottish Clan Cameron of Erracht), is one of New Zealand's best-known artists with an extensive national and international exhibition history.
Old Soldiers Never Die
Artstation Gallery • 5 June - 22 June
9am - 5pm Mon - Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat
Artstation Gallery in association with the Korea-NZ Cultural Association is pleased to exhibit a photographic memoir of the Korean War. The show commemorates the 60th anniversary of armistice of the Korean War on 27 July 1953.
Melanie Roger Gallery • 6 June - 29 June
11am - 5pm Wed - Fri, 11am - 3pm Sat
Patrick Pound is a Melbourne based NZ artist. His work ranges from photos of things found flattened on the street, to a collection of Lost Bird posters, from newspaper cuttings of people with their faces covered, to the title pages of cancelled library books.
White Studios • 1 June - 16 June
10am - 5pm Sat, 12pm - 5pm Sun
Personal work from 23 of New Zealands top Professional photographers.
RE: Conceptualising Vision
Elam Projectspace • 28 May - 2 June
11am - 4pm daily
Including Aziz + Cucher, Simone Douglas, Craig Kalpakjian, Jim Ramer, Karina Skyversky, Amy Geise, Charlie Rubin and Arthur Ou. “RE: Conceptualizing Vision” explores our new and evolving reality in a post photographic world.
Recent Auckland Photography
NorthArt • 20 May - 12 June
10am - 4pm daily
An exhibition and publication featuring a mix of new, unseen, and significant photographs from 12 artists with various connections to the Auckland region.
The Forgotten Space
The Film Archive • 10 May - 13 July
Screenings: 11am, 1pm, 3pm Weekdays and 11am, 1pm Saturdays
The Film Archive presents American photographer and writer Allan Sekula's film essay The Forgotten Space (2010) co-directed by Noel Burch.
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