A selection of 20th Century international photographs from the Seresin family collection.
1 June – 1 July 2007
Free with entry donation
Another View offers a rare opportunity to see some of the most famous images in photographic history in their original form, as vintage black and white prints by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andre Kertesz, Eugene Atget, Josef Sudek, Bill Brandt, Mario Giacomelli and G.H. Brassai among others. Assembled over the past three decades by expatriate New Zealand cinematographer Michael Seresin, the collection provides an overview of modernist photography’s key styles and image-makers.
Seresin Collection: Floor Talk
Monday 4 June (Queens Birthday weekend), 11am
Entry with admission donation ticket
International photographer, author and curator Harvey Benge will talk about his response and other possible responses to the Seresin Collection. He will discuss the significance of the photographs, what they mean to him, what they say about the photographers, how the collection works as a whole and what it says about the collector.