Wellington, 2014-15: Some random double exposures shot on 35mm transparency film (in 2 cameras), then cross processed- hence the triple(x) exposure title. Straight out of the camera- no edits. Camera’s: Olympus XA & Yashica Electro 35 CC Film: Fuji Velvia 100F
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The Fever Hospital, Wellington, NZ, January 2012.
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Whanganui, New Zealand, 2011: My nephew Mostyn surrenders- to the camera. Handprints of some 6000 people – from newborns to elderly – form the ceramic work Handspan, which now stands as a homage to peace within the area where the Rutland Stockade and Pukenamu Pa once stood. This Peace Sculpture was dedicated to “the promotion […]
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March, NZ, 2013: An excerpt by renowned New Zealand Art/Photography reviewer Peter Ireland, on my latest exhibition Stilled Life. Photography’s documentary tradition that Cunningham’s images add to has never been very fashionable in terms of art collecting, for pretty obvious reasons. Why tolerate a stone in your shoe when you can simply buy another pair? Documentary […]
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SmallWorks Gallery, Brisbane, Australia: Images of my show “Stilled Life”- on now in Brisbane. Smallworks is open Saturdays or via appointment. Daniel Clifford, owner and curator would love to show you around. “Stilled Life” closes on April 6th so don’t delay… You can contact Daniel here. All images courtesy of SmallWorks Gallery.
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Apologies for no posts lately. I’ve been preparing for a new show at SmallWorks Gallery in Brisbane. The exhibition is entitled “Stilled Life” and comprises of two large scale works printed onto aluminium, plus six additional framed works on Canson archival fine art paper. If your in Brisbane or are going to be there be […]
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Wellington, NZ, Dec 2012: I’ve donated this framed print, a one off monochrome version of “Solo”, for the Phil Jacobs Benefit Auction. As is the way, it looks a lot more impressive in print format (C-type) and framed. It could be yours if you bid for it on New Zealand’s version of Ebay. It would […]
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Vienna, Austria, Sept 2001.
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Petone, NZ, 2009: Before the Holga, and even the Diana, was the “Isoly”… The Agfa Isoly was an inexpensive and simple plastic camera made by Agfa in the 1960’s. Shooting 12 frames (4″/4″)on 120 film, it’s plastic lens produces dreamy, pastoral, & slightly out of focus images. It is generally agreed that the Hong Kong […]
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