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’.

  • When Closed 26 Feb 2017
  • Where Level 5
  • Cost Free exhibition
  • Type Art

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.’