Jocelyn Kinghorn's Photographs

Photographs of the earthquake damage around Christchurch, taken by Jocelyn Kinghorn.

Last updated
8:16am 29th October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:12440

Contains 1,404 items


Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2588
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2588
Looking from the intersection of Worcester Boulevard and Montreal Street. The damaged Arts Centre is in the background with some of its wall boarded up. Going past it is a red Christchurch Sightseeing Tour bus which offers tours of central Christchurch.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2589
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2589
View of Christchurch Art Gallery's forecourt, which includes the sculpture "Reasons for Voyaging", a collaboration between Canterbury sculptor, Graham Bennett and architect, David Cole. Behind it is the HSBC House and the new Christchurch City Council Civic offices.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2590
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2590
A property that appears to be abandoned. Detail of overgrown weeds and bricks behind the fence and the red rubbish bin.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2591
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2591
Damage to the Cranmer Courts. Mike Hewson's art installation, 'Homage To The Lost Spaces (Government Life Building Studio Series)' can be seen on the bottom right.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2592
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2592
The intersection of Montreal and Kilmore Streets, with the Cranmer Courts on the right and on the left is a vacant lot left by the demolition of a building.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2593
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2593
Damage to the Peterborough Centre.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2594
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2594
Remediation work being carried out on a property. The front door entrance has been boarded up.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2595
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2595
Detail of some remediation work being carried out on a property. The front door entrance has been boarded up.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2596
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2596
Looking over some traffic, a property across the street is getting some remediation work done. Some of the windows are boarded up.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2597
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2597
Looking across the intersection of Montreal and Salisbury Streets. A property in the background is having some remediation work done.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2598
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2598
Looking across the intersection of Montreal and Salisbury Streets. A property in the background is having some remediation work done.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2599
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2599
View of the Victoria Clock Tower on Victoria Street. The time on the clock's face is stopped at the time of the February earthquake.