2015 Programme


Fringe - Central

New Zealand LJ International Limited • 28 May - 15 June
10am-4pm Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm Sat-Sun
In the exhibition, the photographer will display most of his awarded/accepted works in the International Salon/Exhibition of Photography.
Sierra Café • 28 May - 20 June
7am-4pm Mon-Fri, 8am-late Sat-Sun
Valentina Borovik's exhibition shows people and nature in a Siberian village.
Kinder House • 11 June - 15 June
10am-6:30pm daily
Curated exhibition of work that illustrates the highest standards of photography in various genres captured by commercial photographers, Fine Art graduates and amateurs.
Thievery Studio • 28 May - 31 May
9am-6pm daily
A portrait series of contortionist Lucia Carbines, exploring movement and contortion.
Showwhite Gallery, Unitec • 2 June - 26 June
9am-4pm Mon-Fri
A curated selection of the photography alumni. The collective explores hard lines and hidden crimes featuring asphalt.
Garnet Station Café • 10 June - 20 June
7am-4pm Mon, 12:30pm-4pm Tues, 12:30pm-6pm Wed, 8am-6pm Thurs-Sun
Céline Sayé’s multimedia work, which includes a series of photographic portraits and audio taped interviews, shares the story of four women who had breast cancer.
Hum Salon • 2 June - 20 June
10am-6pm Wed-Fri, 10am-7pm Sat-Sun
Last July, I visited Cuba, where I spent three weeks touring Havana. The architecture and lifestyle of people in Cuba contrast enormously from life in New Zealand. But at the same time I believe in diversity we can find a similarity as a human race.
St Matthew-in-the-City Anglican church • 28 May - 19 June
9am-5pm Mon-Fri
Holy Trinity Avonside, the first Anglican church in Canterbury consecrated in 1857, was “damaged beyond the point of repair” in the Christchurch earthquakes and subsequently demolished.
Auckland Camera Centre • 30 May - 23 May
9am-5:30pm Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm Sat
A collection of club members' favourite images. No single theme, but always interesting. Photos by people who are passionate photographers.
Hum Salon • 2 June - 20 June
10am-6pm Wed-Fri, 10am-7pm Sat-Sun
21 million people in slavery today… and yet the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the UN in 1945 “to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person.”
Miller's • 28 May - 20 June
7:30am-12pm Mon-Fri
Diptych work by photographer Jocelyn Carlin.
Audio Foundation • 4 June - 27 June
12pm–4pm Tues–Sat
Colour photographs from film by artist Rhona Eve Clews exploring New Zealand musicians relationship to land and the poetics of place. Images feature details of the land and gardens of New Zealand experimental musicians taken in the North and South Island 2012-2015.
Mt Eden Village Centre • 3 June - 12 June
10am-2pm daily
If I could again see through the eyes of a child, what a wonderful world it would be... Non- representational, undefined and perhaps even a little absurd. The storyline is left up to your imagination.
Studio One Toi Tu, Gallery 4 • 28 May - 18 June
9am-7pm Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm Fri, 10am-4pm Sat
Auckland Photographic Society - A collective exhibition of recent works by society members.
Circle Gallery • 20 May - 18 June
11-5pm Tues-Fri, 11-3pm Saturday
Twenty emerging New Zealand photographers, visual artists and musicians showcase their thoughts, their sensitive approach to their works and to their life.
4 Cross St Gallery • 11 June - 13 June
10am-5pm Thurs-Fri, 10am-3pm Sat
A collaborative show that reflects each exhibitors’ individual interpretation of the ‘New Perspectives’ theme leading to a diverse array of works.
Waikare on Q • 28 May - 16 June
10am-2pm Mon-Fri, open until 7pm Wed
Haerenga explores the journeys of the heart the mind and the soul which have impact and effect the directions our lives take. Amateur, emerging and professional photographers from around NZ.
Hum Salon • 2 June - 20 June
10am-6pm Wed-Fri, 10-7pm Sat-Sun
Oops! A study of freedom. Aren't accidents the unexpected, coincidental, even unwanted... Doesn't everything awe-inspiring occur when least expected, though? Am I imagining this or am I merely allowing it to happen?
Gallery X • 28 May - 20 June
8am-7pm daily
Contemporary artist and humanitarian Stuart Robertson melds photography, digital media, film, symbolism and neon to create works that speak profoundly to the viewer causing us to confront our own preconceptions and gracefully recognise our similarities in the human condition.
The Bridge Gallery Studio • 13 June - 14 June
12pm-6pm daily
Photographers of any skill level can showcase their work on washing lines. In return participants can take away an image that takes their fancy.
The Pah Homestead • 26 May - 19 July
10am-3pm Tues-Fri, 10am-5pm Sat-Sun
Stephanie O’Connor challenges the way femininity, identity and beauty is represented and perceived through a series of intimate portraits of a diverse selection of women.
Olivia Laita Gallery Showroom • 12 June - 13 June
11am-4pm daily
Equipped with his 135 and 120 format cameras and his own in-house darkroom, Route52 urban explores abandoned Auckland sites, capturing places that are frozen in time but are overcome by the nature of deterioration.
Pearce Gallery • 2 June - 7 June
10am-4pm Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm Sat-Sun
Showcasing work by 3rd year photography students from Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design. Students have the opportunity to present new work and measure its public response, freed from the usual pressure of a tightly selected final exhibition.
Studio One Toi Tu • 27 May - 18 June
9am-7pm Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm Fri, 9am-4pm Sat
A monochromatic tribute to the workers of Otara Markets, drawing on themes of identity and place. Quiet moments of contemplation are balanced next to entrepreneurialism.
Elam Projectspace Gallery • 27 May - 6 June
11am-4pm Wed-Sat
A public exhibition of selected competition entries by University of Auckland architecture students.
Railway Street Studios • 28 May - 16 June
10am-3pm Tues-Sat
Jennie Hatherley's series of photographs express some of the mystery of the relationship with quiet or intense solitude. In times of pondering our next steps in life, sea and nature can be our strongest companions.
Emma Hughes Photography Gallery • 5 June - 14 June
10am-5pm Mon-Fri, 10am-3pm Sat-Sun
Taiohi is an exhibition of striking portraits of some of the members of Waiheke Island's school age Kapa Haka group.
St Heliers Library • 2 June - 15 June
9am-6pm Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm Sat, 12pm-4pm Sun
Diana Simumpande's surrealist images explore the struggle to find one's identity when faced with the pressure to conform.
Britomart Transport Centre • 4 June - 19 June
5am-11pm Sun-Thurs, 5am-1am Fri, 6:30am-midnight Sat
Over a lifetime as a soccer fan, the photographer has followed “the beautiful game” in several countries – NZ, Cook Islands, Japan, Brazil, UK, Australia. Fans of football come to see this photography, including last year’s Brazil World Cup.
UCOL, Level 3 • 15 June - 19 June
9am-4pm Mon-Fri
A collection of topically varied contemporary photographic work from UCOL’s leading image-makers. Immerse yourself in an array of stylistic gamuts.
Yes Collective • 30 May - 3 June
10am-6pm daily
The world of James Fyfe and Leslie Leung is seen as both startlingly real and beautifully surreal. Un/found weaves together the haunted stares of war refugees, distant landscapes and colourful urban compositions.
Toi Ora Gallery • 3 June - 19 June
9am-5pm Mon-Fri
The exhibition ‘Upbeat’ explores the notion of positivity through the eyes of Toi Ora photographers.
LOT23 • 29 May - 25 June
8am-3:30pm Mon-Sat
Vanessa, Drew, Faye, Brendan and Delena explore their connection with contrasting Urban Rural environments.
Red Shed Arts Collective • 30 May - 21 June
10am-4pm Sat-Sun
Local artists featuring environmental portraits of Waiheke blokes, highlighting the men's identities in their own surroundings and recognising their contribution to Waiheke Island, thus representing the fabric and essence of the community.

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