The Engine Room, Wellington: ‘A nostgalia for modernity’ – Haruhiko Sameshima

UPDATE: The Engine Room is presenting a critical response of Haruhiko Sameshima’s exhibition ‘A nostalgia for modernity’ by photographer and academic staff member of Whiti o Rehua School of Art, David Cook.

Monday 31st March 12.15 – 12.45 pm  All welcome.

The Engine Room
East End Block 1
Massey University,
Wellington Campus
63 Wallace Street, Entrance C
Tasman Street, Entrance E

theengineroom.org.nz


The Engine Room is pleased to invite you to two events in one evening:

Exhibition – A nostalgia for modernity
Haruhiko Sameshima

Opens Friday 21 March 5.30pm.
Exhibition dates 24 March – 4 April 2014
Gallery hours Mon to Fri (12 – 4pm)

a nostalgia for modernity - Haruhiko Sameshima

Haruhiko Sameshima, a full time artist and freelance photographer based in Auckland, has exhibited widely in solo and group shows throughout New Zealand since 1982. His photographic practice focuses on the idea of tourism and tourist sites as expressions of identity where the packaging of environment – such as architecture, museum displays, man-made landscapes and advertising billboards – are a principal focus.

Book launch – An Urban Quest for Chlorophyll
Edited by Jenny Gillam & Dieneke Jansen
Published by Rim Books

Edited by Jenny Gillam & Dieneke Jansen, the book includes projects by Tanya Eccleston and Monique Redmond working as the Suburban Floral Association, Amanda Yates, Gillam & Jansen, as well as texts by Lara Strongman, Kate Linzey, Andrew Douglas and Sue Gallagher. With foreword by Mark Amery.
The publication will be for sale at the discounted cash price of $20.

The Engine Room
A Massey University,
Whiti o Rehua School of Art
Litmus Initiative

East End Block 1
Massey University Wellington,
63 Wallace Street, Entrance C

Chlorophyll flyer WGTN

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