Photographers -- New Zealand
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of correspondence, handwritten notes, photocopied newspaper clippings and a copy of New Zealand Geographic, No. 34, April-June 1997. The information is primarily biographical with some focus on proposed interviews and obtaining negatives and prints. The publication date range is c. 1958-1997. The subject matter date range is c. 1840-1997.
Contains correspondence from Pat Brocklebank to LC that reexamines the activities of Tyree family members. Also included is an envelope with copied portraits of Tyree family members, accompanied by biographical annotations. The correspondence is dated September 24, 2010. The subject matter spans dates between 1851 and 2002.
Poster adverting a photographic exhibition by New Zealand photographer Bruce Connew. Includes a photograph taken in New Caledonia of three men sitting on a small wall beside a road. One of the men is holding a rifle. In the background a jeep is approaching along the road. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of AGFA'.
'The Photo-Forum Supplement', Spring 1979. Contains an article that profiles the Tyree family, ‘The Tyrees: Notes towards a critical assessment’. [See ‘Pat Brocklebank’ folder].
Contains the original and a photocopy of the article ‘The Tyrees: Notes towards a critical assessment’, Photo-Forum Supplement, Spring 1979, pp 6-9. Also includes notes a possible publication about the Tyree collection. Subject matter includes dates as far back as 1856.
Poster advertising a photographic exhibition organised by the New Zealand Students Arts Council. Also includes the texts: '10 on campus photographers for a national exhibition. Entry by way of competition. With the support of Kodak NZ Ltd'.
Contains a series of correspondence between LC and Pat Brocklebank regarding the Tyree family’s careers, financial status and personal lives. Also included is a photocopied newspaper clipping that also profiles the family. The correspondence occurred throughout 2010-2011. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1865.
Contains a typed letter from Bernice Beachman of Penguin Books NZ Ltd. Along with a handwritten note addressed to Beachman. The correspondence concerns a few photocopies of LC’s images that Beachman wishes to obtain for a potential book cover. The typed letter is dated July 1, 1994.
Poster advertising a photography exhibition by New Zealand photographer Ans Westra. Includes a black & white photograph of a Phillipines man wearing a T-shirt depicting the pop singer Madonna.
Poster advertising a 1978 touring exhibition of student photographs. Includes a image of a camera with the words 'Ten selected student photgraphers' written on it. Also includes the text: 'With the support of Kodak NZ Ltd.'
Poster advertising a 1979 touring exhibition of student photographs. Includes a black & white photograph of the grill of a car. Also includes the text: 'New Zealand Students Arts Council. Photo: Christine Webster. With the support of Kodak N.Z. Ltd.'
Poster advertising a 1980 photographic exhibition by Jocelyn Carlin of dance works by Paul Jenden. Includes a black & white photograph of a woman dancing. Also includes the texts: 'At Long Last Gallery 100 Aro St. Wellington. Photographs of dance works by Paul Jenden. From 31 March 1980'.
Photographs '86: Otago Polytech Students Exhibition 17th-30th July, Dunedin Centre Foyer., 1986-07-17/1986-07-30
Poster advertising a 1986 photographic exhibition by Otago Polytech students. Includes a black & white photograph of leaves taken by Adrian Harrison.
A collection of correspondence, printed articles, photocopied newspaper articles, handwritten articles and a photograph. The documents regard the Tyree collection of negatives and LC’s proposed publication about the family that was never realised. The publication date range is 1977-1979. The subject matter includes dates from c. 1889.
A collection of newspaper clippings, invitations, correspondence, an order of events and photographic prints. The documents are primarily related to the Parliamentary Press Gallery of 1870-1970 and the reunion/receptions held at parliament. Other articles included report on minister disapproval of the Press Gallery’s reporting of Parliamentary events. The publication date range is 1954-1983.
Cleveland, Les, ‘The Silent Land’, (Caxton Press: Christchurch, 1966).
Pascoe, John, Cleveland, Les, Westra, Ans, curated by Janet Bayly and Athol McCredie, ‘Witness to Change: Life in New Zealand’, (Photoforum/Wellington Inc: Wellington, 1985).