In the Spotlight
Anton Bruehl photographs 1920s-1950s
23 Oct 2010—6 Feb 2011
From his studio in New York, Australian-born Anton Bruehl created inventive and perfectly realised colour photographs for Condé Nast magazines such as Vogue. His work ranges across advertising, images of stars of stage, screen and socialites to his personal photography in the classic documentary tradition.
Curators: Gael Newton and Anne O'Hehir
This exhibition is proudly supported by the American Friends of the National Gallery of Australia Inc., New York, USA, and made possible with the generous support of Mr Anton Bruehl Jr. The National Gallery of Australia acknowledges funding support from the Australian Government through the National Collecting Institutions Touring & Outreach program.
Touring Dates and Venues
- Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, NT | 30 April – 13 June 2011
- Monash Gallery Of Art, Wheelers Hill, VIC | 25 June – 11 September 2011
- QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, QLD | 21 February – 22 April 2012
The original website for this exhibition was published in 2010 and has been archived for research purposes.