New Zealand Documentary Photographers

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Ans Westra Gaiety Theatre, Te Kaha , 1963 Silver gelatin print 200 x 210 mm… Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Tattoos, Documentary Photographers, Level 3, Artist Life, Auckland, Historian, Owls

Ans Westra — {Suite} Art Gallery, Auckland & Wellington, New Zealand

Located upstairs at 243 Cuba St is the {Suite} living museum for Ans Westra, dedicated to celebrating the artist's life time of work and images. Prints and books are available for sale.

Māori Kapa Haka performers at the Turangawaewae Regatta, in Ngāruawāhia; [Do these performers look familiar to anyone? Maori Songs, Noble People, Polynesian People, John Miller, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Rite Of Passage, Historical Images, Documentary Photography

e Matatini 2013; Kapa haka; mau rākau; poi; Māori Performing Arts; Rotorua; Te Arawa;. – The Maoriana Jones Chronicles

Posts about e Matatini 2013; Kapa haka; mau rākau; poi; Māori Performing Arts; Rotorua; Te Arawa;. written by Puawai Cairns

Robin Morrison: Tuparoa, Poverty Bay, New Zealand Architectural Photographers, Landscape Photographers, Documentary Photographers, Make Art, Science And Nature, Kiwi, Street Photography, New Zealand, Documentaries

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Search more than one million catalogue records from Auckland Museum’s natural sciences, human history and documentary heritage collections.

"The New Photography", is an exhibition and book of New Zealand’s photographer pioneers of the and Ans Westra Ans Westra was born in Leiden, the Netherlands in She gained a diploma in teaching arts and crafts in 1957 and came to… Paris Photography, World Photography, Auckland Art Gallery, Peter Beard, Female Photographers, Documentary Photography, New Zealand, Fair Trade, Documentaries

Ans Westra

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection numbering over 15,000 works. These include major holdings of New Zealand historic, modern and contemporary art, and outstanding works by Māori and Pacific Island artists, as well as European painting, sculpture and print collections ranging in date from 1376 to the present day.

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison, photo at Bastion Pt 1978 Nz History, Women In History, Polynesian People, West Papua, National Symbols, Maori Art, Memorial Museum, Documentary Photographers, One In A Million

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison

Protest photography was one of the themes during our exhibition A Decade of Days – Auckland through Robin Morrison’s eyes. Sharon Hawke and Jos Wheeler, all too familiar with conflict beyond the lens, reflect on Morrison’s images from Bastion Point and the Springbok Tour of 1981.

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison, photo at Bastion Pt 1978 Nz History, Women In History, Polynesian People, West Papua, National Symbols, Maori Art, Memorial Museum, Documentary Photographers, One In A Million

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Search more than one million catalogue records from Auckland Museum’s natural sciences, human history and documentary heritage collections.

Nursing home - A Decade of Days – Auckland through Robin Morrison’s eyes - Auckland War Memorial Museum 1975 Memorial Museum, Documentary Photographers, School Parties, A Decade, Auckland, Party Fashion, Black And White Photography, Photo Book, New Zealand

Nursing home

Robin Morrison was one of New Zealand’s most celebrated photojournalists. His striking, unpretentious images allowed us to see ourselves, and our way of life, as if for the first time. 'A decade of days' features a selection of Robin’s black and white photographs of his city, Auckland, from 1971 to 1985.