45south
45south



45 SOUTH, A Journey Across Southern New Zealand


- Published by Penguin Books (NZ)
- Size: 30cm x 22cm
- 192 pages
- Hardcover - 99 full colour photographs

The 45th parallel south is a circle of latitude that lies 45 degrees south of the equator and theoretically marks the mid-way point between the equator and the South Pole.

In 45 South photographer Arno Gasteiger travels the 45th parallel, documenting the dramatic variety of landscapes that lie along this invisible southern marker as well as the interesting people who call it home. Alongside Gasteiger's photographs, award-winning novelist Laurence Fearnley writes of her deep love of this part of the world, and the events and people that have shaped it.

From the rugged river mouths on the east coast of the South Island to the sprawling landscapes of Central Otago and the untouched beauty of the west coast fiords, 45 South offers a captivating view of southern New Zealand.

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Ourgame
Ourgame

Our Game

"Rugby and the All Blacks, by the legacy they have created, over 110 years, have helped to ensure New Zealand is respected throughout the world. OUR GAME reflects the backbone and the heartbeat, the foundation stones to that legacy.

It is very apparent, that Malcouronne and Gasteiger have entered this venture with a love of the game and a love of the country that it's played in. That's their passion and that's what they've portrayed in OUR GAME in a special way.

Outstanding in every respect."

Sir Graham Henry, former head coach of the All Blacks



- Published by New Zealand Geographic
- Size: 23cm x 28cm
- 160 pages
- Hardcover
- 88 full clour photographs

OUR GAME celebrates the grassroots of our national game- rugby, played by weekend warriors and embryonic All Blacks, far from the glare of stadium lights. It takes place in snow and mud in the south, on sun- parched plains in the north, on provincial fields, in back paddocks, back lawns and on beaches. This is the origin of the sport in New Zealand.

New Zealand Geographic photographer Arno Gasteiger has captured the sport, the heart and soul of New Zealand, and the landscape in which it is played. Coupled with an enlightening, humorous commentary by writer and rugby-enthusiast Peter Malcouronne.

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Farm
Farm














Farm, The Spirit of Rural New Zealand


- Published by Godwit/ Random House (NZ)
- Size: 24cm x 28cm
- 288 pages
- Flexibind cover
- 137 full clour photographs

In four chapters "The Promise, The Land, The Life and The Future" writer Vaughan Yarwood skillfully explores the important topic of farming in New Zealand in a very personalized way. Soulful photographs, taken on diverse farms in the North- and South Island complete this carefully produced book.

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Canterbury
Canterbury











Canterbury


- Published by Viking/ Penguin Books (NZ)
- Size: 32cm x 23cm
- 160 pages
- Hardcover - 102 full colour photographs, 10 historical images

This book is the last one in a series that covers three remarkable regions in the South Island. A detailed essay by Philip Temple narrates the history of the largest and most diverse region in New Zealand.

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Marlborough
Marlborough











Nelson Marlborough


- Published by Viking/ Penguin Books (NZ)
- Size: 32cm x 23cm
- 160 pages
- Hardcover
- 102 full colour photographs, 7 historical images

The large format book on the spectacular coast from Kaikoura to Golden Bay on the very top of the South Island of New Zealand contains a wonderful essay by Joy Cowley.

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Central
Central




Central


Winner of the illustrative category in the 2004 Montana Book Awards.
Winner of the 2004 Spectrum Book Design Awards.

"...many photographers have failed to rise to the challenge that the Otago landscape presents. Arno Gasteiger has done much, much more: through his precise yet passionate images he has revealed the spirit of the place. His photographs are more than a mere record of light falling on landscape..." Judges' Report 2004

- Published by Viking/ Penguin Books (NZ)
- Size: 32cm x 23cm
- 156 pages
- Hardcover
- 92 full colour photographs, 8 historical images.

A stunning large format book celebrating the region of Central Otago in the South Island of New Zealand. Accompanied by a detailed essay, written by Philip Temple.

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Newzealanders
Newzealanders










New Zealanders


- Published by David Bateman ltd.
- Size: 21cm x 15cm
- 132 pages
- Hardcover
- 98 full colour photographs

An unusual set of images from many assignments and personal projects collected over a period of 10 years. In an thought- provoking essay at the beginning of the book, Mark Scott investigates what it means to be a New Zealander.

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Rotorua

Rotorua, Palette of the Gods


- Published by Godwit Publishing Ltd.
- Size: 21cm x 15cm
- 32 pages
- Softcover
- 26 full colour photographs

A beautiful little book celebrating the colourful geothermal area around Rotorua.

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