“The New Photography”, is an exhibition and book of New Zealand’s photographer pioneers of the 1960s and 1970s. John Daley (1941-2012) John Daley was born in 1946 in Cromwell. Central Otago He began photographing and processing his own work as a teenager and gained professional experience in photography at Auckland Hospital during school vacations. When he left school in 1964 he worked as a photographer for five years in the Chemistry Division of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) in Wellington In 1969 Daley left the DSIR for a posting in Sarawak with Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA) […]
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