Akatarawa - photographs by Dan Anbury, Photospace Gallery, 17 November 2018 to 26 January 2019.
This is Dan Anbury's first solo exhibition. The photographs were taken on the Akatarawa Road over a period of years, and the project is ongoing. The road winds through the bush-clad hills of the Akatarawa Valley, running from Upper Hutt to Waikanae.
The only other exhibited photograph by Dan Anbury appeared as a finalist in the 2018 Parkin Drawing Prize exhibition at The Academy Galleries, Queens Wharf, Wellington, earlier this year. The photograph 'Mattress', (below) was also taken on the Akatarawa Road.
Gallery hours over Christmas & New Year
The gallery will be closed from 22nd December 2018 to 13th January, 2019 (inclusive) but viewing by appointment will be possible during this period. The gallery will be open during some days in the first half of January, mostly earlier in the day, so keep an eye on the Photospace Gallery Facebook page
Artist statement: Akatarawa
I heard you looking is a Massey University graduate photography exhibition by Briarna Martelletti, Michael McKeagg, Rebecca Collins, and Calum Turner. This exhibition is a resolution of our honours projects which collectively consider aspects of intimacy, relationships, light and gaze.
Four x Five x Six - Photospace Gallery, 22 September to 20 October, 2018.
Opening on Friday 21 Sept, 5.30-7.30pm.
This is a group exhibition of six New Zealand photographers whose work was made using 4"x5" large format cameras. Thomas Slade returns to Photospace Gallery as an curator/exhibitor a little over a year after his exhibition 'What Brings You Here? - A Tale of Two Towns'
The photographic artists in Four x Five x Six are: Harry Culy, Sam Curtin, Tash Hopkins, Tom Hoyle, Clayton Morgan, and Thomas Slade.
Photography Matters II