Wednesday 26th March
6:30 - 9pm
FREE / ALL WELCOME
As the name implies, Picture Talk is an evening of looking at images and discussing them over a glass of beer or wine on the last Weds. of each month.
Becky Nunes' latest can now be seen as part of Te Tuhi Billboards located at the Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Pakuranga, Auckland:
08 March 2014 - 13 July 2014
Auckland-based photographer Becky Nunes explores notions of tapu in relation to the civic and commercial use of land and natural resources within New Zealand. In particular she considers the use of Auckland’s sacred maunga as sites for utilities such as reservoirs and survey markers or land to be mined for volcanic rock. Her ambiguous black and white images frame evidence of human infrastructure and imply a latent spiritual unease.
Next Tangent session planned for Tues Feb 25th from 7-9pm at:
Whitecliffe Lecture Hall 24 Balfour Rd. Parnell
OPEN CALLS: please submit your work to be considered for a critique and peer discussion at our next meeting. Please send 6-8 low-res jpegs, a few lines about the work you would like to show and what areas or aspects of the work you would like to discuss and receive feedback on. Please send your submissions to anitatotha26 (@) gmail.com. All are welcome to attend and partake in the feedback and discussion at our sessions. Feel free to spread the word to other photographers about our bi-monthly open sessions.
$10 koha donation greatly appreciated.
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Please let us know if you are planning to attend and/or if you would like to submit work to show on February 25th. We look forward to seeing you!
New photographs from Christchurch by David Straight. Book coming soon…
Solomon Mortimer on his recent trip to Europe. More to come soon…
Parisa Taghizadeh's stills from Jane Campion's latest “Top of the Lake” featured in The Photographer's Mail. Check out the images and interview…
New works by Becky Nunes including images and installations. More on the project here.
New images from The New Christchurch Landscape (coming soon) from photographer David Straight.