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Friday, September 28, 2007

HEADSPACE EXHIBITION: BUY A PIECE OF MIND FROM LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS


Headspace Exhibition, 5 – 12 October 2007
For the third time, the Advertising and Illustrative Photographers Association (AIPA) is presenting Headspace 07 - a weeklong exhibition of personal, non-commissioned works by AIPA members.
The Headspace 07 exhibition covers personal work from over 50 photographers, representing their own direction, thinking and creativity – an opportunity to go into their head.
Headspace 07 brings together some of New Zealand’s finest photographers for this public exhibition including top talent in fashion, advertising, still life, food, architecture and editorial.
This years Headspace is Sponsored by The Pond Freelance Creative Department, George FM, Man O’ War Wines, Geon and 26,000 Vodka.
Leon Rose, President of AIPA comments, “Headspace has become an opportunity for members to express themselves outside the confines of a commercial brief, and to celebrate the diverse and powerful potential for communication in the ever-changing medium of photography. It is also an opportunity for us to provide a forum for art buyers and the general public to view work by established commercial photographers alongside fresh up and coming talent, and in this case, to purchase work via an online auction.”
The exhibition will be held at Sail Loft, 135 Halsey St, (former Alinghi Boat Shed), Viaduct Harbour, Marine Village. Headspace 07 will open with an invitation only event on Thursday, 4 October and remain open until Friday, 12 October. It will be open to the public from 10am - 6pm daily. There will be one late night (open until 8pm) on Thursday, 11 October. Exhibited work will be available to purchase through an online auction – www.headspace07.co.nz

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This could be a good place to get something good for the living room at a good price.

3:46 PM NZST

 
Anonymous angelruby said...

It is good to see some brilliant dedication given to society by such talented artists, gives us a real vibe to want to be part off.

2:59 PM NZDT

 

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