Originally from Christchurch, New York-based Henry Hargreaves? early experience with photography was in front of the camera as a high fashion model (www.henryhargreaves.com). He is known for innovative and provocative choices in subject matter, including 3D images of deep-fried iPads and ?No Seconds?, a series depicting the last meals requested by American murders on the night before they were executed.
The ART at HOME trail is an opportunity for art lovers to view an exciting variety of homes and art collections throughout the Wanaka area.
Where there are fires, there are people on the land. Fire brings warmth and illumination and is used for cooking and smoking food. Fire was also used in our early history for hunting and trapping prey.
This is a fully immersive, multi-media art installation. It combines 24 hour time-lapse photography, landscape art and sound to create an intimate experience of awe and wonder.
A collection by Christchurch photographer Doc Ross, featuring portraits of artists, writers and other members of the local arts community who, like all residents of the city, were profoundly affected by the events of 22nd February 2011. Called simply ’37’ the inspiration for the portraits came from the duration in seconds of the quake that […]
ART at HOME The ART at HOME trail is an opportunity for art lovers to view an exciting variety of homes and art collections throughout the Wanaka area. Artists and collectors from six destinations have generously opened their homes to allow you the privilege of viewing and discussing their own personal treasures. There is something […]
Four artists will be painting billboards on the Wanaka lakefront. They will pick up on the idea of pouwhenua ? markers that tell something of people and place. The artists will be preparing their billboards on the weekend before the festival, ready to launch on the morning of Tuesday 16 April. Contact the festival office […]