6th – 24th March, 2001
1st Floor Premier Building,
Cnr Queen St and Durham St East, Auckland
This exhibition is about the paradoxes and contradictions of pregnancy.
For many women, pregnance does represent feminity in its fullest and most majestic flowering. Women often do bloom in pregnancy: their skin glows, their hair shines and they seem to move serenely through the glibly-acknowledged trials of pregnancy.
Yet for every woman who relishes her pregnant body, there is another who struggles with the inherent biological and emotional transformations.
Pregnancy is full of beauty and hardships, and it is my aim to explore both aspects with my imagery. My work explores the effects that pregnancy can have on the body, and the sense of being in an altered reality.
263 Parnell Rd
Phone: 09 3773133
Details: 11 - 25 September 2018
Daniel Raphael Gallery
26 Church Street
London NW8 8EP
Phone: +44 0207 724 7230
Details: 15 May - 31 May 2018
Celebrating 125 years of Women getting the vote in NZ with a special work 'Kate'. Find out more HERE