Now on: The exhibition History in the Taking: 40 years of PhotoForum is on show at City Gallery Wellington from 14 March - 14 June 2015 (details here).
PhotoForum Talk: Geoffrey H. Short and Nina Seja at City Gallery Wellington on 28 March 2015, 2pm. (info here).
Book Launch (9th April 2015): Te Atatu Me: photographs of an urban New Zealand village by John B Turner. Historical essay by Grant Cole. Details here.
Survey: The PhotoForum website survey is now closed and a huge thank-you to everyone who completed it. We got a great response! You can view a quick update of results here.
New: 2014 Chronology of PhotoForum compiled by Nina Seja and Geoffrey H Short [PDF 3.5M]
Publication:Rim Books and PhotoForum are pleased to announce the recent release of PhotoForum at 40: Counterculture, Clusters, and Debatein New Zealandby Nina Seja. In this richly illustrated publication, art historian Nina Seja gives an illuminating account of the communities, relationships, and events that have shaped PhotoForum's first forty years, and charts the development of photographic art in New Zealand during this time.
MoMento magazines out now: Issue 15 History of Other Places and issue 16 Geography & Travel. View these (and earlier MoMentos) online here
Pictures They Want to Make – Recent Auckland Photography
by Chris Corson-Scott and Edward Hanfling, with a foreword by Ron Brownson. Showcasing a selection of new, unseen, and significant photographs from twelve artists with various connections to the Auckland region. More info (including reviews) here. All inquiries: contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org