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A World Class Landscape Exhibition

A World Class Landscape Exhibition

Step back and marvel at the magnificent images showcasing New Zealand as we love to see it in a new light.

Leading landscape photographers from New Zealand and overseas will exhibit the very best of New Zealand landscape photography at a special exhibition organized by the Contemporary Photography Foundation, during the Auckland Festival of Photography.

Director of the Contemporary Photography Foundation, Ronald Winstone, believes this exhibition is the first of its kind and that “the grandeur images reflect the greatest achievements of New Zealand photography to date, and illustrate what can be created with state of the art equipment and reproduction techniques”. This single exhibition is truly bringing together world class landscape photographers.

The lineup of photographers is highly impressive with some of New Zealand’s very best professional photographers and includes: Winners of the NZ Landscape Photographer of the year and Winners of the Australian Landscape Photographer of the year.

Michael Langford and Jackie Ranken of Queenstown, Andre Apse of Westland, John Doonan Christchurch, and from Auckland Harry Janssen, Michel Perrin Mike Hollman and Reuben Price. Christian Fletcher and Ken Duncan from Australia. Kevin Rankin USA and more. Included are some of New Zealand’s pioneered landscape photographs produced by Rev Dr. John Kinder dating back to the 1860’s.

The exhibition is presented by Kinder House and the Contemporary Photography Foundation; which thrives to foster the enjoyment and profile of photography in New Zealand.

The exhibition will be held in Kinder House, 1 Ayr Street, Parnell from the 15th to 17th June from 10am to 7pm. Free entry.

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Mike Langford

Jackie Ranken

Andris Apse


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