St Andrews College are kindly hosting an exhibition of my work on standing stones and my images from the Antarctic. So, really there are two exhibitions! And here are their details:
As part of my exhibition “South of the Drake Passage” I will give a talk about the images and some of the history of Antarctic photography.
Opening Saturday 4th May the “South of the Drake Passage” exhibition will show for a month at the Amuri Gallery:
The exhibition in Oamaru was very well received. The Colin Mckenzie Lounge is an ideal exhibition space with a lot of natural light and room for at least 25 large prints. The clan tartans on the walls added to the atmosphere, and the whole thing worked wonderfully.
Venue: The McKenzie Lounge, Scottish Hall, Oamaru Date: Thursday February 7th 2013 at 6.30pm I’m giving this talk as part of the Oamaru Scott 100 and you are cordially invited. The beginning of the twentieth century was quite similar to our own time in that new wave of photographic technology had swept the world. Anyone […]
In August 2010, just before the first Christchurch earthquake closed the Canterbury Museum, I visited the “Heart of the Great Alone” exhibition showing there at the museum. This collection of photographs by Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley from the Queen’s Collection were originally presented to King George V. They are not just some of the […]