CURRENT EXHIBITION

Outreach / touring exhibitions
Celebrating Wood: back to the future Laurence Aberhart
Contemplations of place: eight decades on George Chance & Anton Maurer

On-line exhibitions - generally complemented by [sample] print viewing, by appointment.

At home print viewing, Wellington

 

 

Celebrating Wood: back to the future

photographs by Laurence Aberhart

accompanied by university & museum collection items, and scientific exhibits,
. selected by the host venues in response to the photographs

 

Tairawhiti Museum Gisborne

15 July – 30 October

Guest curator: Katy Wallace

 

Click HERE to see more work by this photographer

Laurence Aberhart CV: PDF

Background notes for exhibition


A catalogue can be obtained when visiting the exhibition LINK

 

            

    


Interior #2, Lodge Unanimity #3, Lyttelton, December 1981

 


Interior, Hall, Katea near Owaka, Southland, 19 April 1999

 


Interior, church, Maraeroa, Hokianga Harbour, Northland, 
2 May1982

 


Interior #1, Lodge Unanimity #3, Lyttelton, December 1981

 


Interior, from upstairs gallery, Motukaraka Catholic church,
Hokianga Harbour, Northland, 4 May 1982

 


Interior, Shackleton's hut, Cape Royds, Ross Island,
Antarctica, 1 December 2010

 

 


Interior, 'Station of the Cross' ,Kakahi, Central North Island,
7 April 1982

 


Interior, hall, Sherenden, Hawke’s Bay, 22 September 1993 

 


Carvers, Motuti, Hokianga Harbour, Northland, 29 April 1982

 


Interior #2, ‘Toi Te Hau Tahi’, Waimana Valley, Bay of Plenty,
9 June 1982

 

 


Wall, upper stand, Forbury Park, St. Clair, Dunedin,
9 February 1999

 


Te Waiherehere, Koroniti, Wanganui River, 29 May 1986 

 

 


Meeting House, Okoriki, Te Iringa, near Kaikohe, May 1982 

 


Church, Maraeroa, Hokianga Harbour, Northland, 2 May 1982

 


Polish barn, Rangiteiki Line, Palmerston North,
30 November 2008

 


Oramahoe, Northland, 5 February 2002 

 


Horopito, Volcanic Plateau, 13 May 2005

 


Old meeting house, disused Ratana marae, Te Kuiti, June1982

 

 


Trestle, Waimate North, Northland, 17 August 2006 

 


Hau Hau Pole [#3], Upper Wanganui River, 7 April 1982

                 


Shearing stalls, Kuriheka Station, North Otago, 14 April 1989 

 


‘Rustic’ [#1], New South Wales, 9 April 2000

 


Exterior, ‘Eripitana’, Te Whaiti, Urewera, 18 June 1982

 


The Blanche Triangle [#3], Beacon Point,
Main Auckland Island, 1 December 1989

 

 


Interior, hall, St. Bathans, Central Otago, December 1980 

 


Interior #2, “Awakaueroa”, Kai Iwi, 13 September 1986

 


Interior #5, Waimate North, Northland, 17 August 2006

 


Lesley, Kamala & Charlotte, hall, South Springston, 
Canterbury, October1980

 


Studio, Wanganui, 10 December 2005

 


Interior, "Okahukura", Otukou, 18 January 1993

 

 


Detail [Frippand Golds Boro] house, Parnell,
Auckland, 6 April 1999

 


Wooden Building, Wanganui, 1986 

 


Roll of Honour [Korea], Rahotu Hall, Rahotu,
Taranaki, 2 August 1991

 


Nature Morte (silence), Savage Club,
Wanganui, 20 February 1986

 


Carved headboard #1, Maraeroa, Hokianga
Harbour, Northland, April 1982

 


Oramahoe, Northland, 1970  

 

 


Huntly West, [20 seconds, evening] 17 February, 1994

 


Hipango Monument, Korokota [Golgotha], Putiki,
Wanganui, 31 January,1986 

   


Riverton, Southland, 25 February 1999  

 


Trees, Generalif, The Alhambra, Grenada, Spain,
16 November 1994  

 


Landscape #77, Mossburn, Southland, 24 June 2012  

 


Roadside WW1 memorial [#6], between Otiake and
Duntroon, North Otago, June 1981  

 

8 x 10” contact prints made on gelatin silver or
gelatin silver POP [printing out paper] and
toned with gold and/or selenium toners

 

Venue 1

 

Celebrating Wood: back to the future

photographs by Laurence Aberhart

accompanied by university & museum collection items, and scientific exhibits,
. selected by the host venues in response to the photographs

 

Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland  

27 May - 2 July

 

Installation photographs Samuel Hartnett

 

 

Desk & chair by architect Roy Alston Lippincott (1885-1969)

 

 

Our next Outreach / touring exhibitions:

Celebrating Wood: back to the future; photographs by Laurence Aberhart
- accompanied by university & museum collection items, and scientific exhibits,
. selected by the host venues in response to the photographs.

Whakatane Museum & Gallery
13 November – 23 January 2017

 

 

 

Contemplations of place: eight decades on

George Chance & Anton Maurer

 

Mahara Gallery Waikanae

9 July - 21 August

 

 

 


Anton Maurer  Ohinemuri River, Karangahake, 2016

 


George Chance  Raukawa Falls, Near Wanganui,
N.Z., 1941 or 1947

 


George Chance  On the Banks of Lake Hawea, N.Z.

 


Anton Maurer  Rakiura Resource Recovery Centre,
Stewart Island, 2013

 

 


Anton Maurer  Waitaki Hydroelectric Scheme,
Mackenzie Basin, 2013

 


George Chance  Pasture beside Lake Wakatipu, N.Z.

 

 


George Chance  Harvest, South Canterbury, N.Z.

 


Anton Maurer  Victoria Park, Auckland, 2014

 


George Chance  Summer Day, South Canterbury, N.Z., 1933

 


Anton Maurer  Pakiri River Road, Auckland, 2014

 


George Chance  Matai Valley, Nelson

 


Anton Maurer  Holloway Road, Aro Valley, 2013

 


Anton Maurer  Milford Sound, Te Wahipounamu
World Heritage Site, 2015

 


George Chance  Evening Light, Lake Taupo, N.Z., 1947

 


George Chance BIO

Gelatin silver prints on warm-toned bromide photographic paper, lightly sepia-toned


Anton Maurer CV

Film-based photographs, Epson pigment prints on Ilford GALERIE Prestige Gold Fibre Silk paper

Details of the individual works: PDF

 

 

Exhibition outline:
Working in this young country what are photographers contemplating when picturing New Zealand landscape and the impact of man on the land; often it seems other places.

In describing the work of George Chance, who arrived in NZ in 1909, and Pictorialism, Athol McCredie writes ’…pictorialism…longed to be somewhere else. The photographs…often suggest a pre-industrial English arcadia…’Home’ ‘ [1].

Similarly David Eggleton describes ‘…presenting rural life as the repository for simple unchanging truths…some far-off time and place…a golden pastoral age…peaceful, agrarian and comforting’. [2]

Eight decades on…Anton Maurer photographs the effects of the global growth based economy on the unique South Pacific environment. Becky Nunes writes of his 'quiet and detached' [3] pictures. While Talia Smith relates his practice to 'the current state of the landscape and our relationship to it ... asking us to consider our position in the growing economy, our responsibilities as to how we might control the present and direct the future.' [4]

These suites of photographs and the narratives contained within, their qualities of the bucolic and time stilled/stillness, reward contemplation. Aesthetically, when viewed together, the eight decade time-shift and our perceptions of the past, may disappear.

[1] New Zealand Photography Collected, Athol McCredie, 2015. p. 213
[2] Into The Light, A History of New Zealand Photography, David Eggleton, 2006. p. 49
[3] D Photo, Issue #60, Becky Nunes, 2014. p.26
[4] Art New Zealand, Issue #155, Talia Smith, 2015. p.95

 

Additional exhibition notes:
This exhibition features the work of two artists, born 105 years apart, ‘in conversation.’

This conversation includes the topic of photography itself and exhibitions about the medium can be particularly revealing.

It is also a conversation examining the contemplation and depiction of landscape; a shared aesthetic?

The overarching conversation however is art-historical; the role of Pictorialism as a form of artistic expression that had a profound impact on subsequent developments in photography; a rarely recognized but seminal and enduring influence on the medium today.

Pictorialism arose in the late 19th century out of a desire to treat photography as an art form as important as other mediums, and an affirmation of the photographer as an artist pursuing personal expression. Influences include Impressionism, Art Nouveau & the paintings of J. M. Whistler; a key tenant of the movement being the evocation of mood. Practitioners used composition, processes and manipulations of negatives to painterly affect to expand the possibilities of photography beyond the literal description of a subject. They employed dramatic light, soft-focus, filters, textured screens and double-negatives. Such early contrivances [cf Photoshop] may be seen to herald photography’s position as the pre-eminent post-modern medium.
The Pictorialist photograph’s message/objective must be arranged in such a way that it required no further explanation.

Vitally important is the conversation between the photograph and the viewer in the hope of engendering possibilities for self-reflection and contemplation in an era defined by time deficits and information overloads. We inhabit an image-saturated world, where memory formation can be sublimated by the act of photographing, however, personal memory is essential in engaging with photographs.

 

Venue 1

 

Contemplations of place: eight decades on

George Chance & Anton Maurer

 

Depot Artspace Auckland

11 - 29 June

 

 


                                    

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2002
Peter Black
Moving Pictures

MARCH
Nicholas Twist
and Burton Bros / Muir & Moodie Photographs of Southern New Zealand-two views *

* Landscape genre exhibitions

APRIL
Paul Johns
A Perfect Childhood

MAY
Peter Peryer
Significant Early Photographs

JUNE
Gordon H. Burt
& Fiona Clark In the Pursuit of Beauty and Perfection

JULY
Laurence Aberhart
The Interior

AUGUST
Gordon H. Brown
Hotel North America series
Robin Neate Photographs

SEPTEMBER
Rhondda Bosworth
44 Photographs 1974 - 1999

OCTOBER
Wayne Wilson
Popular Dance Culture 2001 - 2002

NOVEMBER
Wayne Barrar
STRAUMUR: Photographs from Southern Iceland
Including: Platinum prints & Cyanotypesypes

DECEMBER
John Johns
A Life's Work: a selection of photographs 1950 - 1996

JANUARY 2003
THE CARAVAN group show 28 artists
...toured to: Pataka [Porirua], The Suter [Nelson] 2003 & Lake Taupo Museum & Art Gallery [Taupo] 2004

FEBRUARY
Jono Rotman
Chambers Project
Laurence Aberhart Interior

MARCH
Ben Cauchi
New Ambrotypes & Building the Empire

APRIL
Fiona Pardington
Whakakitenga / Revelation

MAY
Hamish Tocher
Scenes from the Life of Christ
Collage-based photographs

JUNE
Peter Peryer
www.peryer.co.nz

JULY
Ava Seymour
New Work & Heartlands
Collage-based photographs

AUGUST
Neil Hamon
[UK] living history
David van Royen [Australia] himself

SEPTEMBER
Ross T. Smith
Stations of the Cross & selected photographs 1998 - 2000

OCTOBER
John Daley
Big Smoke
...toured to: Pataka [Porirua] & Auckland City Library, 2004

NOVEMBER
Laurence Aberhart
Mission Heliographique Extracts: 1999 - 2003

DECEMBER
TRACING POLAROID SX-70
Janet Bayly, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth, Dinah Bradley, Greg Burke, Belinda Fowler,
                                       Paul Gilbert, Paul Hartigan, Paul Johns, Nikolai Kokx, Belinda Lodge, Len Wesney, Jane Zusters.

JANUARY 2004
Tracing Polaroid continued

FEBRUARY
Fiona Amundsen
Wooden

MARCH
Bruce Connew Muttonbirds - part of a story

LINK SPAN FESTIVAL EXHIBITION, during NZ International Festival of the Artis, Taranaki Wharf, Wellington

Peter Peryer & Andrew Ross

APRIL
Wayne Barrar
Selections from the Home Range

MAY
Hayden Fritchley
Lattice of Coincidence

JUNE
Ann Shelton
Vacant Possession

JULY
Len Wesney
34 Photographs 1967-1975

AUGUST
Len Wesney
continued

SEPTEMBER
Wayne Wilson
Three Kings & Downtown

OCTOBER
Natalie Robertson One Hundred Years True EVERY Word

NOVEMBER
Grant Beran Everyone Says Hi
Photochemical drawings

DECEMBER 04 - JANUARY 2005
FICTION Max Coolahan, Darren Glass, Lloyd Godman, Gavin Hipkins,
             John Johns, Alan Knowles, Ian Macdonald, Tanja Nola

FEBRUARY
Peter Peryer Big

MARCH
Hamish Tocher Reminiscences & El Aspostolado

APRIL
Peter Black
Public

MAY
Anne Noble White Lantern Antarctic photographs 2002 - 2005

PHOTO-LONDON 2005

Laurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Ben Cauchi, Derek Henderson, Paul Johns,

Fiona Pardington, Neil Pardington, Peter Peryer, Ava Seymour


JUNE
Ben Cauchi In a smoke filled room
Ambrotypes & Tintypes

JULY
Derek Henderson The Terrible Boredom Of Paradise

AUGUST
Joyce Campbell  Cellars and Towers

VERBATIM...revelation to oblivion Lopdell House Gallery [Auckland] August -October 2005

                                              National Library Gallery [Wellington] April - July 2006
Laurence Aberhart, Peter Black, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth, Ben Cauchi Bruce Connew, John Daley,
Hayden Fritchley, Derek Henderson, Anne Noble, Fiona Pardington, Neil Pardington, Peter Peryer, Natalie Robertson,
Ann Shelton, Hamish Tocher, Ans Westra, Wayne Wilson
&
catalogue essay by Peter Simpson

SEPTEMBER
Max Oettli Bringing It All Back Home

OCTOBER
Haru Sameshima Twin Peaks Selected photographs from eco-Tourism 1988 - 2004

NOVEMBER
Fiona Pardington Without you

DECEMBER 05 - JANUARY 2006

Laurence Aberhart domestic architecture [with catalogue raisonne] & Nine Masonic Lodges in Canterbury

FEBRUARY
Rhondda Bosworth Exhibit A

MARCH
Paul Johns

APRIL
Mark Adams Photographs 1979 - 2002

MAY

Neil Pardington Interiors

* Portraiture genre exhibitions

JUNE
Victoria Webb Full-length and Front-on *

JULY

Ben Cauchi last days
Ambrotypes & Tintypes

AUGUST

Richard Collins Photographs 1962 - 1997

SEPTEMBER
Fiona Amundsen Garden Place

OCTOBER
Lisa Crowley West

NOVEMBER
Hamish Tocher Unknown Renaissance Portraits

DECEMBER 06 - JANUARY 2007
Peter Peryer
Summertime

FEBRUARY
Ann Shelton 26 photographs of a house

MARCH

Elaine Campaner [Australia] Paradise if you can stand it

APRIL
the long view [landscape panoramas]
*
Laurence Aberhart
Mark Adams
Wayne Barrar

NEW ZEALAND LEGACY Aotearoa Taonga-tuku-iho Commissioned by N.Z. Ministry for Culture & Heritage
April - May Singapore

May          Hong Kong

Laurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Wayne Barrar, Peter Black, Fiona Clark, Ian Macdonald,
Fiona Pardington, Peter Peryer, Ans Westra & Wayne Wilson-Wong

&
catalogue essay by Peter Simpson: Legacy: Fifteen Photographs from New Zealand

MAY
the long view [continued]
*

Laurence Aberhart

Mark Adams

Wayne Barrar

AUCKLAND ART FAIR 2007

Mark Adams, Peter Black, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth, Murray Cammick, Ben Cauchi, Fiona Clark, Richard Collins,
Bruce Connew, John Daley, John Fields, Frank Hofmann, John Johns,
Anne Noble, Max Oettli, Fiona Pardington, Neil Pardington, Peter Peryer, Hamish Tocher, Len Wesney & Ans Westra

JUNE

Fiona Pardington the heart derelict


MOVING  STILL Gus Fisher Gallery, The University of Auckland, June - July

Janet Bayly, Minerva Betts , Peter Black, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth, Elaine Campaner*, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, George Chance, Bruce Connew, Daniel Crooks* , Jennifer French , Hayden Fritchley , Darren Glass, Murray Hedwig, Gavin Hipkins, Nikolai Kokx, Len Lye, Anne Noble, Max Oettli, Trent Parke*, Patrick Reynolds, Lucien Rizos, Natalie Robertson, John Savage,
Ann Shelton & Jane Zusters [* Australia]
&
catalogue essay by Dr Jan Bryant


JULY
Mark Adams Spa Hotel

AUGUST
Ans Westra on reflection
Re-viewing the proof sheets

SEPTEMBER
Anne Ferran [Australia] & Anne Noble our fathers

OCTOBER
Richard Barraud Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite: Photographs 1965 - 1975

Ann Shelton 26 photographs of a house Ramp Gallery, Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, October - November

NOVEMBER
Derek Henderson I go down to the river to pray

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2008
TOOLS OF SURVIVAL: contemporary photographers using 19C processes
                              Alan Bekhuis, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Dan Estabrook [USA] & Aaron Seeto [Australia]

A region observed: Hawke's Bay photographs by Laurence Aberhart Hawke's Bay Museum & Art Gallery December 07 - March 08

FEBRUARY
Neil Pardington the vault

MARCH

Wayne Wilson Wong Tamaki Pà *

Joyce Campbell - LA Botanical Hawke's Bay Museum & Art Gallery March - October


APRIL

Perter Peryer Voices and Echoes - on-line exhibition

MAY

Laurence Aberhart AN EXHIBITION OF NEW PHOTOGRAPHS BY LAURENCE ABERHART DISPLAYING A RANGE OF NOT PREVIOUSLY SEEN,

                                    OR  RARELY SEEN IMAGES IN BOTH PRE AND POST CONTEMPORARY STYLES
Printing Out Paper prints


CLOSE-UP: contemporary contact prints Gus Fisher Gallery, The University of Auckland, May - July

                                                        Ramp Gallery, Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, August
L
aurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Wayne Barrar, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Darren Glass, Fiona Pardingto, Andrew Ross, Haruhiko Sameshima
&
catalogue introduction by Athol McCredie, curator of Photography Museum of NZ Te Papa Tongarewa

JUNE

Hamish Tocher Illuminated Books

JULY
Ann Shelton hall of mirrors

AUGUST

Marian Drew [Australia] Australiana

Richard Orjis Landslide

SEPTEMBER

Peter Black Outskirts

OCTOBER

John Johns Nature as an object for rational study a thoroughly modernist approach

                Selected photographs 1950s - 1993

NOVEMBER

Fiona Amundsen Miracle on the Han River

Frank Breuer [Germany] Poles

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2009

Fiona Pardington Journey of the Sensualist:selected photographs 1987 - 2008

FEBRUARY

Geoffrey Heath North Shore FX *

MARCH
Ben Cauchi Epilogue
Tintypes

APRIL gallery closed

MAY
AUCKLAND ART FAIR 2009
Laurence Aberhart, Rhondda Bosworth, Ben Cauchi, Marian Drew [Australia], Dan Estabrook [USA],Anne Ferran [Australia]
Anne Noble, Fiona Pardington & Ann Shelton
 
RECENT: work by ten NZ photographers Tauranga Art Gallery, May - July
Laurence Aberhart, Fiona Amundsen, Wayne Barrar, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Derek Henderson, Paul Johns, Richard Orjis, Fiona Pardington & Hamish Tocher

JUNE

Janet Bayly & Nikolai Kokx Dwelling

Te Arawa Matariki Festival exhibition: Ans Westra on relection Rotorua Museum of Art & History June - July

JULY

Laurence Aberhart Heavy metal
Platinum prints

AUGUST

Terry O'Connor Selected photographs 19761980s

SEPTEMBER

Paul Johns

OCTOBER

Murray Lloyd Scenes in Maoriland *

NOVEMBER

Mark Adams Te Wairoa ~ Clandon Park (Tene Waitere's travels) *

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2010

A serious kind of beauty: the heroic landscape *
Wayne Barrar [b 1957], Frank J. Denton [1870 1963], Simon Devitt [b 1973], Peter Evans [b 1985 ]
Derek Henderson [b 1963 ], Arthur Iles [1870 1943], John Johns [1924 1999]
Muir & Moodie [George Moodie c.1865 1947], William Partington [1855 1940], Peter Peryer [b 1941]
Haruhiko Sameshima [b 1958], Ann Shelton [b 1967] & Henry Winkelmann [1861 1931]

FEBRUARY

Simon Devitt I see you there
Architectural photography

A serious kind of beauty: the heroic landscape ARATOI Wairarapa Museum of Art & History February - March *

MARCH

Ann Shelton a ride in the darkness *

Terry O'Connor Te Manawa o Tuhoe Whakatane Museum & Gallery March - May

APRIL gallery closed

MAY

Hamish Tocher Time's New Roman *

JUNE

James K. Lowe Ever, ever

JULY

Peter Evans Manipulated by the Human Hand *

KIN The New Zealand Portrait Gallery / Te Pukenga Whakaata, Wellington July September *

Laurence Aberhart, Janet Bayly, Alan Bekhuis, Peter Black, Rhondda Bosworth, Fiona Clark, Richard Collins, Margaret Dawson, Bruce Foster, Joseph Griffen, Paul Johns, Nikolai Kokx, Anne Noble, Fiona Pardington, Peter Peryer, Clive Stone, Olivia Taylor, John B. Turner & Ans Westra

AUGUST

Joyce Campbell Te Taniwha
Ambrotypes & Daguerreotypes

SEPTEMBER

David van Royen [Australia] Good Reason 2008 & Not Moving 2010 *

OCTOBER

Peter Peryer Other: portraits 1975 2004 * Exhibition pre-view Looking forward Peter Peryer at McNamara Gallery

NOVEMBER

Anne Noble by light[photographs 1982 - 2008]

Derek Henderson & Peter Peryer Moaroom - Paris, November - December

Anne Noble by light Mahara Gallery [Waikanae] November - January

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2011

Ben Cauchi The Doppler Effect [portfolio]
Salt prints

FEBRUARY

Richard Orjis Fields

MARCH

Andrew Beck Forms

APRIL gallery closed

MAY

Sightseeing NZ & German postcards    BLOGSPOT

Sightseeing with Mark Adams, Fiona Amundsen, Karin Apollonia Müller, Wayne Barrar, Frank Breuer,

John Di Stefano, Jeremy Diggle, Elger Esser, Doris Frohnapfel, Eva Leitolf, Anne Noble, Haruhiko Sameshima,

Sarah Schönfeld, Grit Schwedtfeger & Ann Shelton

JUNE

Haru Sameshima Vexing Objects: still-life experiments [1986 - 2010]

JULY
Alan Bekhuis
Reflecting Mana: portraits of Tainui Kuia *
Daguerreotypes

AUGUST
Greg Semu The Last Cannibal Supper

SEPTEMBER
Fiona Pardington
From the Field of Dreams: Phallus impudicus and Other Species

Stephen Roucher Stands Whangarei Art Museum September - November

OCTOBER

Wayne Barrar Torbay ti kouka

NOVEMBER

Laurence Aberhart America: a fable

Alan Bekhuis Reflecting Mana: portraits of Tainui The New Zealand Portrait Gallery / Te Pukenga Whakaata, Wellington *
November 2011 – February 2012

Daguerreotypes

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2012
James K. Lowe American Night

25.1.12 We are ten

FEBRUARY
John Daley Thirteen: New Zealand Writers, 1992*
includes proof sheets

MARCH
Derek Henderson the trees are big and the sky is blue*

[ NOW AND THEN: Enduring and developing themes in contemporary New Zealand photography Te Manawa Art, Palmerston North
March - June

Laurence Aberhart, Wayne Barrar, Janet Bayly, Andrew Beck, Peter Black, Gary Blackman, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi,
Fiona Clark, Richard Collins, Derek Henderson, Paul Johns, James K. Lowe, Anne Noble, Max Oettli, Richard Orjis, Fiona Pardington, Peter Peryer, Stephen Roucher, Greg Semu, Ann Shelton, Christine Webster, Ans Westra et al ]        

APRIL gallery closed

MAY
Peter Peryer Fiona Pardington in conversation

Peter Peryer Other: portraits 1975 – 2011 Gus Fisher Gallery, The University of Auckland, May - June *

JUNE
Elaine Campaner [Australia]
A Place in the Sun

Alan Bekhuis Reflecting Mana: portraits of Tainui Whangarei Art Museum June - August*

JULY
Mark Adams
Te Marua, Onauku, Horahorakakahu, Kakapo, Onuku, Otakou, Rakiura, Ruapuke, Hinerata, Henrietta, 1997 *

AUGUST
Ann Shelton The Index Case

SEPTEMBER
Stephen Roucher Stands & Frank Breuer [Germany] Poles
+ Tunnels [video]

OCTOBER
Fiona Amundsen The Golden Waterway

Naked Light: recent photograms and other camera-less photographs Mahara Gallery, Waikanae, October - December
Mark Adams & Areta Wilkinson, Andrew Beck, Joyce Campbell, Anne Ferran [Sydney], Katy Gundesen, Gavin Hipkins &
Fiona Pardington  
                                                               

NOVEMBER
Ben Cauchi
Hypnagogia

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2013
Naked Light: recent photograms and other camera-less photographs
Mark Adams & Areta Wilkinson, Andrew Beck, Joyce Campbell, Anne Ferran [Sydney],
Katy Gundesen, Gavin Hipkins &
Fiona Pardington  

FEBRUARY
Andrew Beck Graphics

MARCH
Peter Evans Zealandia:
Views from the Peak? *

APRIL gallery closed

MAY
Natalie Robertson The Headlands Await Your Coming

Peter Evans Zealandia: Views from the Peak? Percy Thomson Gallery, Stratford, May *

JUNE
Available Light
:imagining more than we see PDF
Laurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Fiona Amundsen, Wayne Barrar, Richard Barraud [Estate], Andrew Beck, Peter Black,
Rhondda Bosworth, Murray Cammick, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, J.W. Chapman-Taylor [Estate], Richard Collins, Lisa Crowley, Hayden Fritchley, Frank Hofmann [Estate], Nikolai Kokx, Adrienne Martyn, Anne Noble, Max Oettli, Fiona Pardington,
Trent Parke [Australia], Peter Peryer, Steve Rood [video work], Andrew Ross, Haruhiko Sameshima, Justine Varga [Australia]
& Len Wesney

JULY
Available Light:imagining more than we see

AUGUST
Available Light:imagining more than we see

AUCKLAND ART FAIR 2013 PDF
Available Light:imagining more than we see

[edited version]

SEPTEMBER
Lisa Crowley A Deep Plane

OCTOBER
Laurence Aberhart
INSIDE -Small Worlds of Wonder and Enchantment

NOVEMBER
A
nne Noble Securing the Shadow

Available Light:imagining more than we see Mahara Gallery, Waikanae, December - January
Laurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Fiona Amundsen, Wayne Barrar, Richard Barraud [Estate], Andrew Beck, Peter Black,
Rhondda Bosworth, Murray Cammick, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, J.W. Chapman-Taylor [Estate], Richard Collins, Lisa Crowley, Hayden Fritchley, Frank Hofmann [Estate], Nikolai Kokx, Adrienne Martyn, Anne Noble, Max Oettli, Fiona Pardington,
Trent Parke [Australia], Peter Peryer, Steve Rood [video work], Andrew Ross, Haruhiko Sameshima, Justine Varga [Australia]
& Len Wesney

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2014
Seasoned: contemporary salt prints 
Wayne Barrar, Ben Cauchi, Dan Estabrook [USA]

FEBRUARY
Rhondda Bosworth Booklet 1, 2014

Flora Photographica Aotearoa  Bowen House Exhibition Space at Parliament, Lambton Quay, Wellington, February - March                             Laurence Aberhart, Greta Anderson, Wayne  Barrar, Janet Bayly, Andrew Beck, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth,
Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Max Coolahan [1918–1985], Lisa Crowley, Derek Henderson, Frank Hofmann [1916–1989],
John Johns [1924–1999], Ian Macdonald, Anne Noble, Richard Orjis, Fiona Pardington, Peter Peryer, Haruhiko Sameshima,
C. Brian Smith

MARCH
Paul Johns Christchurch likes to call itself "most English city.”
................Akaroa  30. 09. 2012
................Akaroa  Protected  30. 9. 11  Buckland

APRIL gallery closed

MAY
Derek Henderson a change came over the waters

Flora Photographica Aotearoa Depot Artspace, Devonport, Auckland, May - June

JUNE
Flora Photographica Aotearoa                          
Laurence Aberhart, Greta Anderson, Wayne  Barrar, Janet Bayly, Andrew Beck, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth,
Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Max Coolahan [1918–1985], Lisa Crowley, Derek Henderson, Frank Hofmann [1916–1989],
John Johns [1924–1999], Ian Macdonald, Anne Noble, Richard Orjis, Fiona Pardington, Peter Peryer, Haruhiko Sameshima,
C. Brian Smith

JULY
Flora Photographica Aotearoa   

AUGUST
Flora Photographica Aotearoa   

SEPTEMBER
Laurence Aberhart Heavy Metal II
Platinum prints  

OCTOBER
Laurence Aberhart Heavy Metal II   

NOVEMBER
Joyce Campbell Three Women

DECEMBER - JANUARY 2015
Fiona Amundsen
Summoning Souls

FEBRUARY
Greta Anderson Day for night stills for ‘The Members’ a film about a benign cult located west of a city in NZ

MARCH
James K. Lowe Return To The Soil 

APRIL gallery closed

MAY
Laurence Aberhart To The Fallen

Peter Evans & Murray Lloyd Oil & Water: Is clean water the new oil? Depot Artspace, Devonport, Auckland, May – June *

JUNE
Some Australian Photographs
Marian Drew, Anne Ferran, James Tylor & Justine Varga

JULY
Some Australian Photographs

AUGUST
Some Australian Photographs

SEPTEMBER
Mark Adams Clevedon garden - George Brown / Hori* Paraone [* referred to as'Ihaka' at time of exhibition]

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On 26.9.15 our Wicksteed Street exhibition space closed
Our gallery focus henceforth is on outreach exhibitions, print viewings [by appointment],
at home print viewing, Wellington,
on-line exhibitions, catalogue & book sales, and as a resource for the medium of photography and will operate from 3 Rees Street, Whanganui.
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NOVEMBER
Samuel Hartnett in situ

DECEMBER- JANUARY 2016
Joyce Campbell Depictions of mystery -at home print viewing, Wellington, 4 - 6 December
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Tintypes & contact prints

Jane Zusters Where the home is

FEBRUARY
Stephen Roucher cnr Mercer and Victoria Streets -at home print viewing, Wellington, 19 - 21 February

MARCH

APRIL

MAY - JULY
Celebrating Wood: back to the future Gus Fisher Gallery, The University of Auckland
Laurence Aberhart photographs accompanied by museum/gallery collection items and scientific exhibits selected by the host venue in response to the photographs.

George Chance & Anton Maurer Contemplations of place: eight decades on Depot Artspace Auckland *

JULY - OCTOBER
George Chance & Anton Maurer Contemplations of place: eight decades on Mahara Gallery Waikanae *

Celebrating Wood: back to the future Tairāwhiti Museum Gisborne

Ruminations in the cloisters: talking about photography Old Bank Space, 87 Devon Street, New Plymouth
[in association with Govett-Brewster Art Gallery]
28 - 31 July & 25 - 28 August  
Materiality [Modalities employed in contemporary practice] Laurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Wayne Barrar, Janet Bayly,
Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, Derek Henderson, Anne Noble, Peter Peryer, Andrew Ross & Aaron Seeto
Laurence Aberhart selected Taranaki photographs
Peter Peryer selected works, 1979 – 2015
Collecting Photographs Samuel Hartnett

NOVEMBER- JANUARY 2017
Celebrating Wood: back to the future Whakatāne Museum & Gallery Whakatāne

 

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