Emigré Artists in Australia 1930-1960
Australian prints, drawings, photographs,
posters, sculpture and jewellery
Wolfgang Sievers Designer Gerhard Herbst holding his 'Prestige' material, red Bluff 1950 National Gallery of Australia
The selection of works of art for the travelling exhibition will encompass the main themes of the exhibition as originally displayed in Canberra at the National Gallery of Australia, 15 March 29 June 1997: the internment camp experience; the commitment to integrating art and life; and the public persona of the artist.
The works of art included in the travelling exhibition will comprise drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, textiles, jewellery and graphic design by the following artists: Margaret Michaelis-Sachs, Inge King, Dusan Marek, Erwin Fabian, Ludwig Hirshfield Mack, Bruno Simon, Thomas De Kessler, Vincas Jomantas, Andor Meszaros, Helmut Newton, Victor Vodicka, Ernst Fries, Niina Ratsep, Peter Talacko, Wolfgang Sievers, Gert Sellheim, Vaclovas Ratas, Teisutis Zikaras, Guenter Stein, Julius Kane, Karl Duldig, Henry Salkauskas, Louis Kahan and Udo Sellbach.