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50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic showcases some of the most engaging photographs spanning the magazine’s 130-year history. From Steve McCurry’s iconic Afghan Girl to Michael “Nick” Nichols’s photograph of Jane Goodall and a chimpanzee, this exhibition will captivate and transport visitors of all ages.

Experience a different view on some of the photos with the inclusion of the ‘near frames’. These are the images made in the field before and after the perfect shot. The exhibition also includes videos with behind-the-scenes stories and interviews. Visitors will hear first-hand accounts from photographers of the places they travel to, and the remarkable people they meet around the world.

Dates
19 September 2018 - 28 October 2018
Location
Temporary Exhibitions Gallery, Puke Ariki Museum
Admission
Free entry
Ages
Suitable for all ages

Opening hours

Monday

9AM – 6PM

Tuesday

9AM – 6PM

Wednesday

9AM – 6PM

Thursday

9AM – 6PM

Friday

9AM – 6PM

Saturday

9AM – 5PM

Sunday

9AM – 5PM

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True Taranaki Boys - Photo by Natasha Blackbourn. Joshua Blackbourn and Vindylin Stanway, 10 February 2018, Inglewood, Taranaki.

#pukearikipics - Our Greatest Pics Facebook Competition
10 August - 6 September 2018

Thanks to everyone who entered their fabulous photos in our #pukearikipics comp we had over 100 entries. Our fantastic judge Tony Carter chose his top four and then your votes selected the winning snap.
Natasha Blackbourn's pic captures the essence of summer. It is on display at Puke Ariki until 28 October.