In 2016, New Zealand lost one of its leading camera artists, Marti Friedlander.
For more than six decades Marti Friedlander’s lens followed the lives of ordinary New Zealanders and helped shape an awareness of our diverse communities with an eye for the wild and spontaneous.
Although she is perhaps best known for her iconic image of a herd of sheep, Friedlander also worked offshore creating important bodies of work in the Pacific and Israel.
'Marti Friedlander – Journeys' follows the artist outside Auckland, to the islands of the Pacific and beyond.
Sunday 8 October, 3pm - Talk
Ron Brownson on Marti Friedlander
Senior Curator Ron Brownson discusses the work of the late and much acclaimed photographer, Marti Friedlander.
Siona Fou Church, Fakaofo,Tokelau 1971 2000
Gelatin silver print, toned with gold Auckland Art Gallery
Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Marti Friedlander with assistance from the Elise Mourant Bequest, 2001
Courtesy Gerrard and Marti Friedlander Charitable Trust