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Exhibitions

华夏人与长白云故乡 Being Chinese in Aotearoa: A photographic journey

Coming soon
Daily from Fri 10 Feb 2017
Sainsbury Horrocks Gallery

The Gock family, innovative market gardeners in Māngere, South Auckland, 1960s. Courtesy of Megan Blackwell, on behalf of Fay and Joe Gock.

Megan Blackwell, private collection.

为庆祝华夏人在新西兰生活175年,“华夏人与长白云故乡”全新摄影展即将开幕。欢迎前来体验丰富多彩的新西兰华夏人生活。

本次摄影展将会在2017年2月展出。届时,在Auckland Domain还将同时举办深受大家喜爱的元宵灯会。通过展出近100张引人入胜、非常罕见的照片,您将直观地领略到在新西兰的华夏人们那多姿多彩的生活体验。

浏览这些照片,就好像发现一段又一段的故事,那个1842年就来新西兰生活的Appo Hocton的故事;那些二十一世纪新移民们的故事;从最早的一批金矿工人、商人到艺术家,建筑师们的故事;从早期的住民到如今成熟完整的社区的所有故事。

除此之外,本次展览还将展出由平面艺术家Ant Sang(bro’Town,The Dharma Punks作者)和作家Helene Wong(Being Chinese: A New Zealander’s Story作者)共同创作的当代艺术作品。两人首次将目光聚焦在奥克兰的一些最鼓舞人心的艺术家、企业家、音乐家、运动员等华夏人群体身上。

漫画书作品将会跟随一位小男孩和他奶奶的足迹,游览当代奥克兰。他们一路上遇到了很多有魅力的人。漫画书色彩丰富,故事情节跌宕起伏,时而幽默时而伤感。

此项目也获得了“奥克兰多样性项目基金会”(Auckland Diversity Project Fund)的支持。

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Explore the rich and varied stories of Chinese New Zealanders in Being Chinese in Aotearoa: A photographic journey. This new exhibition celebrating 175 years of Chinese life in New Zealand is launching in February during the hugely popular Lantern Festival in Auckland Domain.

Through close to 100 compelling and rarely seen photographs, you can follow the story from the first settler Appo Hocton who arrived in 1842 to new migrants in the 2000s, from pioneering goldminers and merchants to architects and entrepreneurs, from early settlers to established communities.

You can also take a tour of contemporary Auckland with a new series of comic-book artworks by renowned graphic artist Ant Sang (bro’Town, The Dharma Punks) and writer Helene Wong (Being Chinese: A New Zealander’s Story). The comics follow an 11-year-old boy and his grandmother as they meet some of the city’s most inspiring Chinese artists, entrepreneurs, musicians, athletes, and more.

Or put yourself in the shoes of early Chinese migrants with Golden Threads, a digital story by writer Renee Liang and illustrator Allan Xia where you choose what happens next.

Finally, take the opportunity to appreciate some exquisite Chinese treasures from Auckland Museum's collection.

 

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