On Death Row - Mark Carter, Craig ‘CPL’ Levers, Brent Courtney + Terry Williams-Willcock

Friday 13 April to Sunday 6 May

Local West Auckland creatives take a closer look into the fate of Titirangi’s condemned native forest.

Internationally acclaimed photographers and creatives Mark Carter, Craig ‘CPL’ Levers, Brent Courtney and Terry Williams-Willcock are opening a new gallery exhibit ON DEATH ROW from 13 April – 6 May, 2018 at the Upstairs Gallery, Lopdell House, Titirangi. 

The collaboration unites fine art with a mission of environmental conservation to highlight the beauty of the Waima landscape, the scars it leaves our next generation and the documenting of rare native species as they face extinction from both kauri dieback and industrial development.

It’s hoped the exhibition will encourage discussion on how best to protect rare and threatened ecosystems. There’s a special focus on threatened Kauri and critically endangered Kahikatea wetlands, of which only 2% remain.


Master carver Neil Turner has created a symbol of the significant archaeological history of the site. A story largely unknown and missing from current analysis. This will be for sale by silent auction.

Opening night Friday 13 April from 6 - 7.30pm will be a chance to gather with the artists, guest speaker and community and bring the topic to light.

For more information on the exhibition contact Brent Courtney 021 817 284.

*All photos where taken pre rahui and protocols were followed in relation to cleaning footwear prior to entering the bush.

Opening Night: Friday 13th April, 6pm to 7.30pm with refreshments and live entertainment.


The Upstairs Gallery

Level 1 Lopdell House, 418 Titirangi Road, Titirangi, Auckland 0604

Friday 13 April - Sunday 6 May

Monday to Sunday

10am to 4pm