31st Higashikawa Overseas Award in Japan announced
Antartica series, Piss Poles - Anne Noble
Auckland Festival of Photography and Higashikawa International Photography Festival are delighted to announce the 31st Higashikawa Overseas Award has been made to New Zealand photographer, Anne Noble, ONZM. Anne's work will be seen in Japan in August. More details here - http://photo-town.jp/en/higashikawa-prize/prize-foreign/index.html
Anne is represented by Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland. Her exhibition No Vertical Song is in the Signature exhibition series in this year's Festival, more here - http://www.photographyfestival.org.nz/programme/detail.cfm?exhibition_id=1905&exhibition_date=1%20june%202015
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MAGNUM WORKSHOPS in Auckland, New Zealand
From May 28th to June 1st, 2015
In collaboration with the Auckland Festival of Photography
Workshop venue: Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design
Magnum Photos is thrilled to announce a new workshop in Auckland at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design from May 28th to June 1st, 2015.
Directed by the amazing Magnum photographers Thomas Dworzak, they will offer a new unique intensive photography experience in Auckland through a daily program of shooting, reviews, group critiques, mentoring and editing sessions.
The Magnum workshops will take place at the Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design
24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052, New-Zealand / +64 9-309 5970
Magnum comes to Auckland
Auckland Festival of Photography is delighted to announce, direct from Magnum in Paris, the exclusive New Zealand presentation of - Offside Brazil : Susan Meiselas, David Alan Harvey, Jonas Bendiksen and Alex Majoli.
Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos with the support of Save the Dream, Instituto Moreira Salles and ESPN. BRAZIL. Bairro de Fátima, Rio de Janeiro. July 11, 2014. Fabiola shows Anne how to wrap her hair naturally in a turban at the store Colares Odara
Magnum Photos with the support of Save the Dream, Instituto Moreira Salles and ESPN, produced Offside Brazil, a project that was shot over 5 weeks in Brazil during the 2014 FIFA World Cup by 4 Magnum photographers who worked with local Brazilian photographers and collectives. The resulting collection of work is a tribute to the country of Brazil and Brazilian Society in it's response to hosting the FIFA World Cup. The Auckland Festival of Photography exhibition will show work by Magnum photographer Susan Meisales, Alex Majoli, Jonas Bendiksen and David Alan Harvey. "Offside Brazil is Brazil outside of the games, outside of the stadiums when the biggest football event in the world happened in the most football crazy place on the globe, where futbol touches everyone".
This year's Festival has a unique sideshow to it's annual June presentation. Running parallel to our regular annual Festival is the 2015 U20 Fifa World Cup being hosted in Auckland, with the stars of tomorrow showing off their skills. We hope you enjoy the opportunity to celebrate photography and soccer in Auckland this June.
In conjunction with the Festival and for the first time in New Zealand, the world famous photo agency Magnum will be holding Workshops at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design from May 28th May to June 1st.
Directed by the three renowned Magnum photographers Thomas Dworzak (Ger), Olivia Arthur (UK) and Chien-Chi Chang (Taiwan), they will offer a unique intensive photography experience in Auckland through a daily program of shooting, reviews, group critiques, mentoring and editing sessions.
Thanks to Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design for their support of these exclusive New Zealand workshops.
Full details of how to apply for this exclusive experience in the Festival will be announced soon.