Kiwiana celebrates items and icons from New Zealand's heritage, especially iconic Kiwi elements from around the middle of the 20th century. Many evoke a sense of nostalgia and are seen as contributing to our national identity.
Derek Smith has spent most of his working life working as a meter reader, a deliberate choice of occupation, as it has allowed his to pursue his vocation as a photographer. Inspired by the social documentary style of photographers such as Walker Evans and William Eggleston... read more
New Zealand: An island journey is an informal look at New Zealand and its people through the lens of German photographer Karl Johaentges. It is a colourful portrayal of New Zealand's stunning landscape, and the diversity, warmth and spirit that characterise its in... read more
Andris Apse presents another collection of his unique, beautifully-crafted photographs, taken through the length and breadth of the country.
Landscape photographer Craig Potton has selected 144 images from journeys around (and over) both North and South Islands of New Zealand capturing the essence of New Zealand's natural and cultural landscape.
Though many have predicted it, postcards have not been killed off by the digital world, and remain very popular with tourists. People still enjoy a straightforward, tangible portrayal of the places they visit and the things they do as tourists. Postcards from New Zea... read more
Reprinting Sept 2008, Auckland 64pp 280mmx210mm softcover Souvenir of New Zealand encapsulates all that is unique to this country in a collection of colourful images.
|Author:||Antonia Steeg (photos) & Philip Temple|
|Reading Level:||Very Good|
Many know New Zealand's High Country for its beautiful scenery, yet few have experienced the day-to-day life of the men, women and children who live in these remote regions.
Nature photographer Antonia Steig began her work document... read more
Craig Potton rose to prominence as a photographer in the late 1980s, with a distinct and original view of the landscape of Aotearoa/New Zealand. He was a photographer with little interest in a sentimentalised or romantic view of ... read more
The pictorial records after the first Christchurch earthquake seemed appropriate but it now seems timely to remember the beauty of Christchurch with photos from the past, the present and looking towards the future.
Ever since the first house was built in Christchurch t... read more
Who would think that a door had so much to say? But it seems we are fascinated by them, perhaps because they are both mysterious and promising; perhaps because they reflect our geography, traditions and culture; or maybe just because they are often colourful, beautifull... read more