Art New Zealand

Reciprocity

Kevin Capon’s 1980s portraits of luminaries from New Zealand’s art scene are one of the most extraordinary achievements in the history of photography in New Zealand. Not because of whom he photographed—but because of the unorthodox, experimental way he approached the task.

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Don Abbott is Deputy Editor of Art New Zealand, and author of Vivid: The Paul Hartigan Story and Elizabeth Rees: I Paint. Grant Banbury is an art consultant, curator, writer and art educator based in Christchurch. Mark Baskett is a visual artist cu