TOM HUTCHINS: SEEN IN CHINA 1956 Edited by John B. Turner. Chinese translation by Han Niu.
Published by Turner PhotoBooks, Auckland/Beijing in collaboration with PhotoForum Inc, Auckland, NZ, 2016 as Photoforum issue 86.
English and Chinese text
This bi-lingual book was produced to coincide with the debut exhibition of photographs made in China 60 years ago by the pioneering New Zealand photojournalist and photographic educator, Tom Hutchins (1921-2007), presented at the 2016 Pingyao International Photography Festival.
‘On the platform there are many people waiting to cross the other way, waiting for the train back to Hong Kong. . … Continue reading →
Mary Macpherson spent seven years traveling New Zealand to photograph change in New Zealand reflected in small towns, recording the old, the derelict, the ready-made symbol and moneyed development. Old New World is a quality hardback with a dust jacket and 62 images across 96 pages. It also features an interview between Mary and noted art writer/curator, Gregory O’Brien.
“I worked on the project for several years – making journeys around the country whenever I could – photographing, and then spending long periods thinking about what I was doing. The photographs feature … Continue reading →
Te Atatu Me: photographs of an urban New Zealand village is a personal portrait of West Auckland’s Te Atatu Peninsula by John B. Turner, the noted New Zealand photographer, teacher and editor of PhotoForum.
Recorded over a seven year period from 2005 to 2011, Turner’s documentary photographs celebrate the character and pulse of … Continue reading →
Pictures They Want to Make : Recent Auckland Photography Chris Corson-Scott Edward Hanfling
Hardback, 176pages, 270 x 295mm, with over 100 full colour reproductions.RRP NZ$59.95 ISBN 978-0-9597818-6-1 Published and distributed by PhotoForum Inc., Auckland, June 2013 For orders and enquiries please email email@example.com
Pictures They Want to Make presents a selection of works by twelve contemporary photographic artists, and examines the various ways in which their images are created, and the motivations that drive them. Each of the artists has a connection to the Auckland region; some of the … Continue reading →