Last night, Saturday, May 7, we hosted a gig up at Photospace Gallery in Courtenay Place. The excellent The Show Must Go On exhibition featuring some extraordinary rock’n’roll images captured by Murray Cammick is on until the end of May. And we thought it a nice idea to stage some sort of gig there. So my band, […]
the aperture of memory… the old photographs don’t contain me – I broke free found my way to anywhere else, to where(ever) I’m meant to be…out on the road taking stock of anything else – no people, no subject, no reason but to be free. That’s always the reason.
Welcome to episode 132 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T, Yeastie Boys and La Petite Chocolat. Here I had a conversation with Peter Black. He’s a Wellington-based photographer. I didn’t know him, until we had this conversation. But I knew his work. I’ve known his work for a while and it’s had a profound impact […]
Teju Cole: Favourite Photographers Renoulf Foyer, MFC Friday, March 9 This Writers & Readers session was a lecture/presentation by Teju Cole where he talked about his favourite photographers. Teju Cole is a writer and photographer – an essayist, novelist and critic. He has a role at the New York Times as Photography Critic and has […]
i left my faded Kodak childhood just beyond my reach some of it is probably scattered in traces around Clifton Beach i’m glad I left it, then decided, to let it be. it always belonged to someone else it never belong to me