Tim Garrity, who represented New Zealand at the 1963 Paris Biennale, edited the Auckland Art Gallery Bulletin from 1975 to 1978, and was art curator at the Hocken Library for eighteen years, has been found. He continues to live in Dunedin and is still painting. His most recent exhibition was with the Marshall Seifert Gallery in 2006.
CORRECTION: In fact, it was the Auckland Art Gallery Quarterly, not Bulletin, that Tim Garrity edited.
Image: Tim Garrity at his Marshall Seifert show