Artists Laurence Aberhart

Laurence Aberhart

21 February 2019

Laurence Aberhart in After The War Exhibition

Laurence Aberhart in After The War Exhibition
Aberhart, Berriwillock, Victoria, 4 May 2005, 2005, platinum print, 475 x 595mm

Photographer Laurence Aberhart has works included After The War an exhibition at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. The exhibition covers all wars from the First World War to the present day and explores the ongoing impact on Australia. The exhibition opened in October 2018 and runs until October 2019.

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The Australian War Memorial
Treloar Crescent
Campbell ACT 2612
Open daily 10am-5pm

14 September 2017

Laurence Aberhart at Christchurch Art Gallery

Laurence Aberhart at Christchurch Art Gallery
Laurence Aberhart Kamala, Astral and Charlotte, Lyttelton, October 1981. 8 x 10" contact print. Image courtesy of Christchurch Art Gallery and Laurence Aberhart.

Aberhart Starts Here, a new exhibition featuring works by one of New Zealand's most prolific living photographers, Laurence Aberhart opens at Christchurch Art Gallery on 15 September 2017. Early and unseen photographs of Christchurch will be exhibited until 6 February 2018.

"Between 1975 and 1983, when the internationally-renowned New Zealand artist lived in and around Christchurch, he began to photograph the everyday world around him. Christchurch is where Aberhart developed his eye for the things that later brought his work to international prominence: his interest in the vanishing past, vernacular histories, and typological series, all emerged over this period."

For more information on this exhibition, visit their website here.

05 July 2013

Now Representing Laurence Aberhart

Now Representing Laurence Aberhart

Laurence Aberhart is a photographer based in Russell, Northland. He held his first solo exhibition at the Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, in 1978 and has exhibited regularly in Wellington, Auckland, Sydney and Hong Kong since, as well as in Los Angeles and Europe. Aberthart has received a number of Art Council of New Zealand awards, a Fulbright Travel Grant (USA, 1988), a Fulbright Research Fellowship (USA, 2010) and a Moet et Chandon Fellowship in France (1994).
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