2012 Programme

Fringe - Central

Number 4 Gallery • 6 June - 12 June
4pm - 8pm Wed - Fri, Noon - 4pm Sat & Sun
120 features local artists who work with medium format photography using analogue processes.
Toi Ora • 1 June - 29 June
10am - 5pm Mon - Fri
A photographic journey into the lives of Toi Ora photographers
Auckland Central Library • 1 June - 20 July
9am - 8pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat & Sun
An exhibition of photographs of Auckland as it was 100 years ago and how it is now.
The Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Art Centre • 29 May - 22 July
10am-3pm Tue to Fri, 10am-5pm Sat & Sun
An exhibition by Photowhisper Incorporated.
Black Asterisk Gallery • 15 June - 24 June
open daily 11am to 5pm
Exploring a theme of convergence, artists Cathy Carter and Denise Batchelor seek to bring the viewer’s imagination and body to a psychologically-compelling encounter.
Snake Pit Gallery • 5 June - 18 June
11am - 5pm Tues- Fri, Noon - 5pm Sat
Rebecca Swan curates a provocative exhibition exploring queer narratives including her interactive photographic installation and video with composer Charlotte Rose.
Mt Eden Village Centre • 6 June - 17 June
10am - 2pm daily
With multiple exposures Murray Noble uses his camera to compose and layer images much like a painter.
The Digital Darkroom • 5 June - 29 June
10am - 6pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 2pm Saturday
Winner of last year's Nikon Auckland Photo Day, Mareea Vegas presents images from Human in Geometry.
Viva Cafe • 4 - 24 June
7am-3:30pm Mon-Fri, 9:30am-3:30pm Sat & Sun
A collection of photographs showcasing the latest work from members of Auckland University's Photosoc.
Raffles College of Design & Commerce • 12 June - 22 June
9am - 5pm Mon-Fri
Raffles photography students, past and present, explore the ever blurring line between fine art and commercial photography, as seen through the lens of the next generation of visual image makers.
TOI Gallery • 8 June - 19 June
10:30am - 3pm Mon - Sun
What is it about living on a beautiful island? The sense of separation and community created by being surrounded by water influences the people of the island.
83 Shelly Beach Road • 1 June - 15 June
11am - 3pm Wed - Sat
By using fragmentation and rotation techniques in her photographs, amateur photographer June Stevenson has created a "juxtaposition" that gives the viewer a different optical experience when viewing these iconic European buildings.
Kinder House • 14 June - 20 June
10am - 9pm Thurs - Sat, 10am - 5pm Sun
Contemporary Photography Foundation's leading landscape photographers show-off the grandeur of New Zealand
Multiple windows around Devonport • 1 June - 24 June
Daily 24 hours
Together with the Auckland Festival of Photography, The Depot introduces photography into public/commercial spaces via a unique window project that celebrates Auckland and brings together Devonport businesses, the creative community, locals and visitors to Devonport.
Apix Photographic Supplies • 2 June - 15 June
8:30am-5pm Mon-Thurs, 8:30am-8pm Fri, 10am-1pm Sat 2nd June only
[Lumières] | French : noun : lights A group exhibition by the New Zealand Flickr Meetups group.
Jafa Cafe • 1 June - 24 June
7am-4pm Mon - Fri, 8am - 4pm Sat & Sun
Photographer Kirsty Griffin's encounters with locals during her frequent trips to Mexico and the Americas.
Salvation Kitchen • 6 June - 29 June
7am-3pm Mon-Sun
Martin Horspool has captured images of some of New Zealand’s sub cultures including Rockabillys, Mods and Rockers.
Satellite Gallery • 9 June - 20 June
11am - 4pm daily
A collaborative exhibition of personal works, by three very different photographers.
Miller’s Coffee Refreshment Room • 1 June - 24 June
7:30am till Noon Mon to Fri
Last December, Jocelyn Carlin went searching for the source of the Waikato River.
T Whites Bikes • 1 June - 30 June
Noon - 7pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 6pm Sat, Noon - 4pm Sun
BMX racing is a high energy high impact Olympic sport.
NICAI Student Centre • 1 June - 15 June
9am - 5pm Monday-Friday
Photographic work by architecture students at the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning. The exhibition features entries for the annual Simon Devitt Prize for photography.
Te Karanga Gallery • 2 June - 24 June
Noon-6pm every day
PhotoMania showcases Auckland’s most promising up and coming talent.
Hum Salon • 6 June - 19 June
7:30am - 6pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 7pm Sat-Sun
Sophie Merkens invites you into the homes and studios of Auckland's artists.
Pearce Gallery • 5 June - 14 June
10am - 4pm Mon-Sat
An annual showcase of recent work by Year Three students from Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design.
Performing Arts Centre • 11 June - 17 June
3pm - 5pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat
Students from Year 1 to Year 8 celebrate the life and culture of Stanhope Road School (SRS) through colour and black & white photography, and moving film.
Sierra Cafe • 4 June - 1 July
7am - 4:30pm every day
A collection of timeless works with a vintage theme by photographer Chris Traill, FNZIPP.
Frasers Cafe • 1 June - 30 June
7am-10pm daily
Street Photography is capturing people candidly, catching a moment of truth spontaneously, a brief encounter or momentary juxtaposition, revealing their character, personality, spirituality and inner self; this is, for Robert, a most exciting challenge.
Dim' Gal • 5 June - 24 June
7am-11pm Mon-Sun
An exploration in biblical interpretation through the photography of Marc Daniel McFadyen, using images to illustrate phrases spoken through Bible prophets, and finding the intensity and beauty of nature to be in direct correlation, a reciprocal relationship of God's heart.
Brooklyn Bar • 8 June - 20 Jul
10am - midnight daily
A selection of images from photographer Brian Livingstone.
Letham Gallery • 9 June - 24 June
10am - 5pm Wed-Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat, 10am - 3pm Sun
View is about the interpretation of an image, from a photograph to a solarplate etching, from one place to another.
Jason Books • 2 June - 23 June
10am - 5pm Mon-Sat
Images of precarious, upright, two-legged locomotion and downtown Auckland City by photographer Bruce Ross.
Remuera Library • 1 June - 24 June
9am - 6pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 4pm Sat, Noon - 4pm Sun.
This eye-catching and powerful exhibition by Joanne Cunningham places people in unique locations to give the photos a twist of the unexpected.
Okra Espresso Lounge & Gallery • 1 June - 24 June
7:30am - 4pm every day
A worm's eye view of our orchard and edible gardens by five year old photographers.

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