Alexis Hunter: The model’s revenge
Alexis Hunter: Te utu a te wahine

Gender, sexuality, and power – the 1970s photographs of this feminist artist have been described as ‘icons of fearlessness for women’.

The photographs on display by New Zealand artist Alexis Hunter (1948–2014), address gender politics, sexuality, and power dynamics.

Hunter originally trained as a painter, but switched to photography shortly after she moved to London in 1972: ‘I felt very strongly about feminism and photography better expressed my political ideals.’ 

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