Hidden War: Stories from the Trenches of the First World War, Collected from the Art Gallery of New South Wales' Archive

Andrew Yip, Steven Miller

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

Hidden war looks at the impact that World War I had on three artists: sculptor Dora Ohlfsen (‘the reluctant fascist’), painter Weaver Hawkins (‘the ardent pacifist’) and photographer Cecil Bostock (‘the fighting photographer’). This exhibition in the Gallery’s research library and archive showcases many of the objects – letters, journals, photographs, sketches and personal objects – included in the Gallery’s immersive online story of the same title.
Original languageEnglish
TypeExhibition
Media of outputCuratorial output
PublisherArt Gallery of New South Wales
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • War Art
  • Archives
  • Art History

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