Photography saturates us more and more, such an inseparable part of the everyday– multiple screens are a common part of home and work life calling for our attention to; buy, look, engage, respond, like. This exhibition is a collection of photographic works that each have their own definitive message and conceptual content, but do not scream though colour drenched imagery or desire soaked subject matter for our consideration. The works all have a monochromatic pallet subdued and subtle shifts in tone. Each artist uses subtlety, a dream-like enigma to capture our imagination and lead the viewer to consider each work and its underlying concept.
Sanderson Contemporary • 23 May - 11 June
5:30pm on Tuesday 23 May
10 - 6 Mon - Fri ,10 - 4 Sat -Sun
2 Kent Street, Newmarket, Auckland 1023
PJ Paterson, Kate van der Drift, Wendelien Bakker, Olivia Blyth, Talia Smith (Aust), Jude Broughan (USA)
Kate van der Drift