The eight photographers in this exhibition helped forge a bold new style.
The 1960s and 1970s, those decades of social change and experimentation, were the start of all sorts of things in New Zealand. For photography they marked the beginnings of contemporary, or art, photography.
This new photography began as documentary, recording life as it happened. It was personal, using the camera to capture experience and understand it. And it shifted the emphasis from what was photographed to the photographer and their unique view of the world.
The New Photography: Life in the 60s and 70s examines the work of eight of the key players in this new photographic movement.
The New Photographers in their own words
See the exhibition – buy the book
Other: The New Photography Spotify playlist
The New Photography Spotify playlist
From The Beatles to Patti Smith, Herbie Hancock to Fourmyula... listen to the songs of the 60s and 70s.
Talk: 2019 Peter Turner Memorial Lecture – Yasufumi Nakamori
Talk: 2019 Peter Turner Memorial Lecture – Yasufumi NakamoriThu 29 Aug 2019, 6.30pm–8.00pm Soundings Theatre, Level 2 & Toi Art, Level 4
Collecting Contemporary Photography Symposium
Collecting Contemporary Photography SymposiumFri 11 Oct 2019, 10.00am–4.00pm Te Papa