2014 Programme

Fringe - Central

Media Design School • 3 June - 13 June
dam - 5pm Mon - Fri
Images by Media Design School’s Art and Design and Media Design students are showcased in this exhibition that looks at various techniques and manipulations within digital photography.
St Benedicts Gallery • 29 May - 20 June
10-3pm Wed-Fri, 10-4pm Sat-Sun
Our objectives are to show city folk a glimpse of the quiet beauty that is a summer sunrise or a lone tree, the personality, curiosity and wet noses that make cows so wonderful and the raw excitement of a big day out for a farming community on the East Coast.
Jafa Cafe • 11 June - 22 June
8am - 4pm Mon - Sun
Photography students Silena Griffin, Cass Power, Céline Sayé and Yvonne Shaw present their personal perspectives on the spaces around us and invite the viewer to look beyond physical forms.
Onehunga Community Centre • 29 May - 20 June
9am-5pm Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm Sat & Sun
This body of work is an extension of last year’s series ‘unsterblich’ (‘immortal’).
Kinder House • 19 June - 22 June
10am - 7pm Thurs - Sun
Ronald Winstone’s exhibition shows the magical mix of cultures and unique landscapes that abound in South America.
Apix Photographic Supplies • 30 May - 18 June
8.30-5 Mon-Fri, 9.30-2.30pm Saturday
Apix is pleased to present a collection of People and Fashion pictures taken by members of the Contemporary Photography Foundation. CPF are a group that aims to promote photography as art.
Kinder House • 5 June - 9 June
10am - 630pm
The Contemporary Photography Foundation features one of Auckland’s most acclaimed photographers Harry Janssen FNZIPP, plus members.
Emma Hughes Photography • 30 May - 9 June
10am to 4pm
A collection of images of boxers and kick-boxers who are about to step into the ring for their first public fight.
Artstation Toi Tu • 13 May - 7 June
9am - 5pm Mon-Fri, 9am - 4pm Sat
Tangent Collective invite 12 photographers to respond to this provocation.
Revel Cafe • 1 June - 29 June
Mon – Tues 7am – 6pm, Wed – Fri 7am – 10pm, Sat 8am – 7:30pm,Sun 8am – 4:30pm
‘Rock and Roll will never die’- a collection of live gig and promotional shots of predominantly local bands and musicians who grace the Auckland music scene.
Auckland Libraries • 29 May - 20 June
Go to http://www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/events
Auckland Libraries showcases an exciting range of work from young people aged 11-14 years. Based on the School Holiday programme of the same name, these budding photographers introduce you to their interpretations of all things horrible, historical and heroic.
Hum Salon • 29 May - 20 June
730am - 6pm Tues - Fri, 10am - 7pm Sat - Sun
How our perspective on the world can be altered by our inner state. Are we humming or have we lost our hum?
Waikare on Q • 30 May - 21 June
10am - 4pm Wed - Sat
Indigenous Fashion Unearthed (IFU) is where kindred cultures come together to blend fashion, with culture and tradition and provides a platform for Aboriginal and Maori fashion industry.
Cornwall Park Information Centre • 29 May - 20 June
10-4 Mon-Sun
I have been privileged to have lived on the edge of Cornwall Park for the last eight years. It is wonderful observing and attempting to capture the ever changing moods of this beautiful landscape. -Steve Harper
Thievery Studio • 3 June - 8 June
2pm - 9pm Every day
Garth Badger - seeks to recapture the beauty of the livings’ remains through the exploration of how objects of death are connected to the passage of life.
Mt Eden Village Centre, Mt Eden Rd, Mt Eden • 4 June - 15 June
10am-3pm Mon- Sun
Artist talk 3:00pm 14/06/2014 at Mt Eden Village Centre
Salvation Kitchen Cafe • 26 May - 20 June
7.30am-3.30pm daily
Continuing on from his Mods and Rockers show in 2012, Martin displays candid photos of some characters from the Motorbike and Vespa scene along side tattooed rockabilly girls and hot rod enthusiasts.
83 Shelly Beach Road, St Mary's Bay, Auckland • 7 June - 20 June
11am - 3pm Thurs - Sun
June Stevenson - A personal perspective of memories.
Artstation - Gallery 3 • 15 May - 5 June
9am - 7pm Mon-Thurs, 9am - 5pm Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat
By the members of the Auckland Photographic Society.
Pearce Gallery • 3 June - 8 June
10am - 4pm Mon to Fri, 10am - 2pm Sat Sun
An annual showcase of work by third year photography students from Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design.
Jason Books • 29 May - 20 June
10am - 5pm Mon - Sat
Ida Valley Central Otago: 2 views; 2 seasons; 2 years (2007 & 2013); two cameras.
The University of Auckland School of Architecture • 28 May - 6 June
9am-5pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat
The Simon Devitt Prize for Photography was established in the School of Architecture and Planning at The University of Auckland in 2008 and is awarded annually in recognition of the best student photograph in Architecture. 2014 marks the 5th year for the award as part of the festival.
Waikare on Waikare • 1 June - 21 June
10am - 2pm Daily
Snapped is a collection of snapshots and professional shoots of Fashion Label Jeanine Clarkin from 1994-2014.
Silver projectspace (whitespace) • 3 June - 8 June
10am - 8pm Tues, 10am - 6pm Wed – Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat & Sun
SOURCED – the Sequel will see a collection of new works by the same group of artists: Mareea Vegas, Leon Rose, Ian Mcrae and Laura Forest with the addition this year of photographers Gary Baildon and Keryn Sweeney.
Toi Ora Gallery • 4 June - 27 June
9-5 Mon-Fri, 10-4 Saturday
'Still' showcases Toi Ora photographers exploring the theme of mindfulness in photography.
Kura Gallery • 4 June - 15 June
10am to 6pm Mon - Fri, 11am to 4pm Sat - Sun
Deane-Rose is currently studying towards a Master of Design by project at Unitec undertaking the Awatoru pathway. The pathway offers an opportunity to undertake projects that contribute to the economic and cultural development of the Maori community, while employing kaupapa and matauranga Maori approaches.
Atrium, Auckland Central Library • 29 May - 20 June
9am - 8pm Mon - Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat & Sun
The Auckland Weekly News Through the Decades. Images from the Auckland Weekly News photographic supplements, 1898 to 1943
LOT23 • 29 May - 20 June
Weekdays 8-3:30PM Saturday 8- 2PM
Helen Clegg's art form utilizes a strong visual device in the form of placement, containment and self portraiture with remote shutter release. The viewer is immediately connected with the artist/player/subject through this device. Connected, and invited to participate.
Allpress Gallery • 3 June - 14 June
9am – 330pm Mon - Fri, 830am – 230pm Sat
Guy Needham will be talking at 6pm on Tuesday 3rd June at the Allpress Gallery about his experiences with the Huli tribe - the last traditional tribe in the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea - and their way of life, that differs little today from what the first Europeans encountered in the 1930s.
Frasers Cafe • 2 June - 29 June
8am - 10pm daily
As she became acquainted with her neighbours, Melanie Tollemache discovered what an interesting group of people she lives amongst. 'The Locals' is an exploration of a local community. And it is an invitation to find out who lives in your neck of the woods.
Hum Salon • 4 June - 20 June
730am - 6pm Mon - Fri, 10am-7pm Sat & Sun
Stacey Simpkin, portrait series of mechanics in garages. Sonja Gardien explores nature’s symbolism in usually unobserved lifecycles of plants.
Air NZ Foyer (Level 5), Aotea Centre, Auckland Central • 9 June - 22 June
10am to 5pm Daily
The harmony of the light and colour by Chinese photographer Datong Pang.
Britomart Transport Centre • 9 June - 23 June
5am - 11pm Sun-Thurs, 5am - 1am Fri, 6.30am - midnight Sat
Journeys across the world.
Miller's Coffee • 1 June - 30 June
7.30 - noon Mon - Fri
Jocelyn Carlin - photographic diptych
TBA • 29 May - 20 June
10am to 3pm
Presents Sonder - In this day and age we are so caught up in our own lives that we can sometimes forget that each person on the street; every man and woman in we see, has their own struggles, loves, losses, hopes and dreams.
St Paul Gallery Three • 17 June - 21 June
10am - 5pm Tues to Fri ,12pm - 4pm Sat
The exhibition addresses issues that young artists face within a contemporary art world, where photography faces a departure from traditional modes of thinking.
Auckland Camera Centre • 31 May - 23 Jun
9-5.30 Mon-Fri, 9-3 Saturday
A Collective Exhibition - Recent Works by Eden Roskill Camera Club.
Te Wero Island Container • 31 May - 15 June
8am - 545pm Daily
Tomas Stehlik Photography
Plaza • 6 June - 21 June
11am - 4pm Sat or by appt
The exhibition is a journey through a post-industrial picturesque landscape, with observations from New Zealand and Germany. Conor Clarke and Sam Hartnett are photographic artists based in Berlin (Clarke) and Auckland (Hartnett).

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