As part of the Auckland Festival of Photography 2020, an exhibition of richly decorative floral still lifes by photographer Emma Bass will feature in the grand 1870’s ballroom at historic
As part of the Auckland Festival of Photography 2020, an exhibition of richly decorative floral still lifes by photographer Emma Bass will feature in the grand 1870’s ballroom at historic Alberton.
Bass’s work examines the beauty of nature, blurring the boundaries between photography, painting and collage. ‘Exploring beauty though a manipulated lens’ the illusory perfection of the flower portraits fuse the heritage of the masters with a contemporary sensibility to recontextualise the genre in the 21st century.
The exhibition is on until Sunday 26 July.
Exhibition to the entry is free.
However normal admission fees apply to view Alberton house (children are FREE and adults are $10)
Alberton 1863Alberton is a historic homestead in Auckland, New Zealand, built in 1863. Cared for by Heritage New Zealand, it is open to the public as a museum.
Nestled in the Mt Albert suburb of Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest city, Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland, Alberton showcases a majestic colonial property and the lives that made it a much-loved and admired home. When you visit this historic 18-room home you’ll be transported into the world of early Auckland’s fashionable set, where garden parties, mounted hunts and archery were enjoyed with a distinct Victorian backdrop.09-846 7367100 Mt Albert Road, Mt Albert, Auckland 1025, New Zealand