The Quiet Grief of Men ONE NIGHT ONLY 27/3/12

a gallery presents Auckland based, Dunedin born photographer Neil Satori in a special ONE NIGHT ONLY photography exhibition and screening, The Quiet Grief of Men, at a gallery 393 Princes street on Tuesday 27th March at 6pm …  Not afraid to explore the personal and the intimate in his photography, Neil Satori’s primary influence has been aContinue reading “The Quiet Grief of Men ONE NIGHT ONLY 27/3/12”

loosely based on a series of….(kind of, but not really) Review by Martyn Pepperell vanguardredmagazine.co.nz 20/3/2012

In the weekend, suddenly struck by a sense of having spent too much time working, and not enough time living, I decided to get amongst it all for a couple of days. I had some pretty big nights in the process and was in bed by 8.30pm on Sunday, but it was worth it. AlongContinue reading “loosely based on a series of….(kind of, but not really) Review by Martyn Pepperell vanguardredmagazine.co.nz 20/3/2012”

Caravaggisti Presents WORKING IN THE SHADOW Review by Franky Strachan Printed in the ODT 15/3/12

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio was an Italian artist of the 16th and 17th centuries. He was of great influence to the baroque period in art history and has been said to have put “the oscuro (shadows) into chiascuro”. Renowned in the art world for his psychological realism, dramatic use of lighting and more broadly forContinue reading “Caravaggisti Presents WORKING IN THE SHADOW Review by Franky Strachan Printed in the ODT 15/3/12”

loosley based on a series of events that never actually happened REVIEW by Erin Driessen eyecontactsite.com 27/2/12

Jay Hutchinson is deeply interested in concepts surrounding memory and historical fabrication. His father is a photographer and Hutchinson’s childhood is fully documented. How many events of our childhoods (and beyond) do we actually remember solely from our own experience? loosely based on a series of events that never actually happened presents memories as after-images,Continue reading “loosley based on a series of events that never actually happened REVIEW by Erin Driessen eyecontactsite.com 27/2/12”