Marti Friedlander (1928–2016). Marti Friedlander photographed the people of Aotearoa New Zealand from the 1960s up until the present. By bringing an immigrant’s perspective to her adopted country she showed New Zealanders to themselves. An acclaimed photographer, she is especially celebrated for her portraits of artists and her portraits of the last Māori women to have received the chin moko in a customary manner during the 1960–70s. Friedlander’s images of protests, of rural and suburban life, and of everyday people and things captured Aotearoa New Zealand at a moment in time and in ways that have come to define this place.