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Not One More Acre
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This exhibition tells the story of the Māori land rights struggle at Bastion Point Takaparawhau and showcases iconic imagery from photographers Mairi Gunn, Gil Hanly, Margaret Jones, John Miller, and Robin Morrison.
Te Paki o Matariki: 160 years of Kiingitanga
SAT 27 OCT - SUN 5 MAY
This groundbreaking exhibition features a selection of taonga, from the private collection of Kiingi Tuheitia, the present Maaori king.
Pictured (right): Detail of Tokotoko Paraoa, ceremonial walking stick carved from whale bone.
Photographing Early Auckland
1850s – 1870s
FROM MAR 30TH
SAINSBURY HORROCKS GALLERY, LEVEL 2
This small exhibition records changes over time to the shoreline of the Waitematā, and immediate surrounds through historical Auckland photography.