Published  20/01/2014
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Moving Pictures

Māori photographer John Miller won the 2003 Media Peace Prize Lifetime Award for his promotion of peace through his work. He describes himself as a “sympathetic observer”, but the power of his images indicates a reflective yet acute study of civil rights issues, particularly apartheid, as well as anti-nuclear and Māori demonstrations. John Miller: Tour Scrums brings together his black-and-white photographs of anti-apartheid protests in 1970s Wellington and the 2007 Tour Scrums: Protesting Black and Blue project, twin-screen colour work documenting the 1981 Springbok rugby tour conflicts in New Zealand.

Deane Gallery, City Gallery of Wellington, New Zealand, 1 February – 13 April 2014

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