Leonard Bell

Leonard Bell (School of Humanities, University of Auckland) is the co-editor of Jewish Lives in New Zealand: A History (2012) and the author of Colonial Constructs: European Images of Maori 1840-1914 (1992), In Transit: Questions of Home and Belonging in New Zealand Art (2007), Marti Friedlander (2009 & 2010), and Strangers Arrive: Emigres and the Arts in New Zealand 1930-1980 (2017). His Marti Friedlander: Portraits of the Artists will be published in August 2020.

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Marti Friedlander

London-born Marti Friedlander migrated to New Zealand in 1958. She became one of the country’s most outstanding and influential photographers in portraiture, photo-journalism, photo-books, and “street” photography. Her photographs still live vigorous public lives in exhibitions, books, and periodicals published after her death.

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Although New Zealand’s Jewish community is small, “Kiwi” Jewish women have punched well above their weight and account for a significant number of the country’s “historic firsts” and remarkable achievements.

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