In commemoration of ANZAC day, we have put together an exhibition that explores the landscape works produced by Australian Warartists deployed to various conflicts throughout the 20th Century.
These mute landscapes, that became theatres of war for our troops, are haunted by the violence they have or were soon to have witnessed. This exhibition collects many diverse war artists work such as notable figures of Australian art: Arthur Streeton, Louis McCubbin and Willaim Dargie. From Western Europe to the Middle East and SouthEast Asia, we catch a glimpseof the moments of calm that punctuated the battle.
The works are found in the Australian War Memorial collection of art.
ANZAC Screenings 22 April – 1 May
10am & 6pm
Perth Cultural Centre Screen & Northbridge Piazza Screen