Anne Noble: States of Grace

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Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 128 pages
The art of Anne Noble, one of New Zealand's foremost artists and photographers, is chronicled in this book. Recognized as a pivotal figure in the evolution of New Zealand photography, Noble captures not only the landscape through her camera lens, but also the political, ethnic, and social demands of daily life. Regardless of the medium, her art conveys a remarkable range of social breadth with images that discover states of grace among the faces and objects of ordinary life. Included are essays by Anne Kennedy and Lydia Wevers.

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About the author (2001)

Justin Paton is the curator of contemporary art at Dunedin Public Art Gallery and the winner of the 2006 Montana New Zealand Book Award.

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