Exploring concepts of ‘memory’ through photography is a theme that features in this year’s Auckland Festival of Photography, the 11th edition of this annual festival held in New Zealand’s largest city. 2014 marks the first time the Festival has featured a themed section. Founder and Festival Director Julia Durkin says that introducing the concept of a theme is a natural development for the Festival that began in 2004 on an open call platform.
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