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Auckland Festival of Photography 2019

The Auckland Festival of Photography 2019 is on between May 31 and June 16. Below we present images and links from a small fraction of the events and exhibitions that have captured our attention.

More information on the 2019 Auckland Festival of Photography can be found here.

Or follow these links for more information about the images featured in the gallery below.

Indian Portrait Prize 2018

Queens St

Digital Screens - David Vale

Fairshots One

Digital Screens - Bobbie Gray & Nat Van Halle

Taku toi kahurangi / My precious jewel

Hayley Theyers - In the Dark we are without her Empress Light

Liyen Chong • Derek Henderson • Richard Orjis • Peter Peryer

 

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One Hand Loose

by Jonathan Ganley

Delaney Davidson & Bruce Russell, at the Auckland launch of their Charlie Feathers tribute album - 'One Hand Loose' - at the Wine Cellar on March 23 2019 . . . the musicians lit only by a 25w lamp under a blood orange lampshade . . .

'. . . the concept is that of a tribute album. A tribute paid in blood to the unsung king of rock’n roll, Holly Springs most famous son, the man who taught Elvis how to sing with a microphone – Charlie Feathers. The vibe is loose, the sounds are red-line-pushing, the beats are eye-rollin’, daddy-o, and the vibe is so far beyond ‘gone’ that there appears no way back . . .'

The first three photos are of 'Rails To the Sky' - Eamon Edmundson-Wells on double bass, Steve Cournane on drums, and Noel Meek.

Get the album on Bandcamp - here.

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Look! The Others Way 2018

by Jackson Perry & Jonathan Ganley

The Flying Out Others Way Festival returned to K Rd on Friday August 31 for a SOLD OUT selection of the best local acts and a few internationals as well. With something for the young and old, the highlights included early sets by The Beths and The Goon Sax, a solid set of funky grooves from Collision, and packed dancefloors for Superette, the Headless Chickens and finally Bailter Space, who played well over their allotted 45 minutes with a long set that finally tipped a wrung out audience onto the street at 1am . . .

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Auckland Festival of Photography 2018

The 2018 Auckland Festival of Photography is on between May 31 and June 22. Below we present images and links from a few of the events and exhibitions that have captured our attention.

More information on the 2018 Auckland Festival of Photography can be found here.

Or follow these links for more information about the images featured in the gallery below.

The Resettlement Portraits

Wander and Wonder

Rohingya Crisis

Laberinto

Dignity For Palestine

Meet You at Mercs

Beckon Us From Home

Round And Round

The Waterview Tunnel Project

Maggie Steber

Ground Water Mirror

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Laneway 2018

by Jackson Perry

Laneways 2018, a photographic essay.

Getting in early, we managed to avoid the log jam that happened midway through the afternoon.  It did mean though that by around 8pm, after listening to Unitone Hifi blow the bass through the tree canopy, we were done.

Sad to have missed the later acts, but 8 hours was more than enough in that heat.

Please feel free to add your Laneway photos and memories in the comments, especially if you caught the evening shows.

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