About the exhibition
Kevin Judd is one of Marlborough’s pioneer winemakers whose career is intrinsically linked with the global profile of New Zealand Wine. In 2009 he established his own label, Greywacke, named after New Zealand’s prolific bedrock. Alongside winemaking, Kevin has developed a parallel career in photography. For over two decades his evocative images have appeared in countless publications worldwide. This exhibition features photographs taken during his overseas travels. Image credit: Red Umbrella, West Lake, Hangzhou
Adam Portraiture Award 2020 / 19 December 2020 - 31 January 2021
The Award culminates in The Adam Portraiture Award exhibition in which all the finalists and the winners are shown at the New Zealand Portrait Gallery. It presents a breadth of responses to identity and representation.
2020 judges were (Karen Quinlan, Director of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, and Linda Tyler, convenor of Museums and Cultural Heritage at the University of Auckland) selected finalists from a record number of entries. A national touring exhibition of 30 of the 50 finalist’s works will be on show over summer at the Millennium Public Art Gallery.
9 February - 21 March 2021