INSIDE THE GALLERY (Australia) - WW2 INTERNMENT CAMP ART
The recent discovery of more than 200 artworks created by German expats living in Persia during World War 2, then sent to internment camps in Australia, paints a picture of separation, isolation and resilience.
Project curator Professor Pedram Khosronejad teams with Inside The Gallery podcast to present these works for the first time at www.australianinternment.art
This edition tells the story of how the work was uncovered, what life was like at the camps, and the important message expressed by the internees, read and interpreted in a 21st century world.
A transcript of this edition is available for download HERE. The transcriptions are made possible by the support from Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.
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