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Simon Devitt Prize for Photography: Exhibition

How Are You?
Wednesday 24 May - Saturday 3 June

Simon Devitt Prize for Photography: Exhibition
George Fraser Gallery

The Simon Devitt Prize for Photography Exhibition is now in its ninth year, showcasing the unique photographic perspectives of 16 student finalists from our architecture, contemporary art, music, dance, urban planning, and urban design disciplines.

Answering to the theme "How are You?", the winner of this compelling competition will be awarded in recognition of the most impressive entry featured at the exhibition.

With thanks to our primary sponsor Simon Devitt for his continued support of our emerging creators.

How Are You?
Wednesday 24 May - Saturday 3 June, 11am-4pm
George Fraser Gallery
25a Princes Street
Gallery open Wednesdays to Saturdays.


Exhibition sponsored by Simon Devitt Photographer, and Canon NZ, John Leech Framing Workshop, and supported by Auckland Festival of Photography Satellite Category.

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