The French Ambassador speaks to hundreds of people in Wellington’s Civic Square this week. EMMA MOODY captured the emotional vigil marking the Paris terrorist attack.
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The merged national media archive’s first Curator-at-Large talks with YC LEE about his love of sound and vision.
After a four decade hiatus, award winning photographer Peter Peryer returns to The Dowse .
Turning 60 was the catalyst behind Jenny O’Connor’s new book ‘Visible’. A record of 60 women at 60.
The Photo School is bringing student work to the city, including NZ Institute of Professional Photography award winning pieces. LIAM MACANDREW reports.
Photographer Michael Valli captures capital’s bearded men in his latest work.
IN PICTURES: Black Caps efforts helped by rain in drawn Wellington test match.
Trademe listings to raise more money for beloved Wellington camera repair man
Too many donations to auction in one go this week to help “nice guy” Phil Jacobs.
Old meets new in Oldlin Gallery at photographic art show.
Their relationships could once have landed them in jail – now their photographs hang in an art gallery, writes ERIN KAVANAGH-HALL.
World Press Photo Exhibition in Wellington for month.
“It’s shock horror, but it’s lost its impact,” says NZ’s best-known press photographer as he tours World Press Photo exhibition with TESSA JOHNSTONE:
Show at Wellington gallery tells a strong story
SARAH HARDIE meets Mandi Lynn, the teacher, consultant, nurse and photographer behind the ‘Boobs in the Berries’ breastfeeding class taught in a tepee in the Akatarawa Valley.
Wellington celebrates the NZ Paralympic Champs.
Woven-tales of Ink, Silver and Silk is an exhibition showcasing the work of Minu, Mairi, Sarah Dalley, Sophie Lewis-Smith, reports JONATHAN TRINGHAM.
WELLINGTONIANS are more beautiful than their architecture, says a Chilean photographer taking pictures of people on the capital’s buses. CARL SUURMOND took pictures of him.
HOLIDAY POST 2: Work by Whitireia photography students.
Peta Mathia’s musings on Italian photographer Bonavia’s extraordinary illustrations of food as fashion, accessories good enough to eat.