“The New Photography’, is an exhibition and book of New Zealand’s photographer pioneers of the 1960s and 1970s. Gary Baigent (b. 1941) Gary Baigent was born in Wakefield, Nelson, in 1941. He majored in painting at the Canterbury University School of Fine Arts at Ham, Christchurch, from 1960 to 1962. He then went north to study at Auckland Teachers’ Training College in 1963. But rather than teach after graduation he opted for a succession of jobs in timber yards, on the railways and wharves, and in woolstores and paper stores. At the same time he worked on The Unseen […]
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