An exhibition showcasing work by Greg Smith as part of the Auckland Heritage Festival whose theme is Now and Then – the Changing Face of Auckland. The Modern era of architecture, design, literature and the arts has only recently been acknowledged as a defining period in our cultural history, yet sadly many of its finest works have already been lost or destroyed.
Lost Property is a rediscovery of unique houses, stories and pieces of history, for anyone who wants to know about lost and at-risk iconic houses, people, paintings and stories from our recent past. Combining historical imagery and in-depth research, Lost Property connects the audience to the architecture through which history and a new era were given voice.
Lost Property is presented as part of the Auckland Heritage Festival programme.
Opening Saturday 24 September, 2pm to 3.30pm
Saturday 24 September to Wednesday 12 October
Image: Mark-Brown Fairhead architects,1962. photo by Studio 57, courtesy of Home and Building magazine Bauer Media.