Discover the extraordinary efforts of Australians in Afghanistan through the words of our veterans and their families.
Ben Quilty: after Afghanistan and Alex Seton: As of today... explore the impact of the war in Afghanistan.
On display in the Special Exhibitions Gallery from 12 December 2014 until 17 June 2015.
Reality in flames is the first exhibition dedicated exclusively to exploring how Australian modernist artists responded creatively to the Second World War. The exhibition consists of 90 works of art drawn from the Australian War Memorial’s collection; taken together, they constitute one of the most diverse and comprehensive collections of modern Australian art relating to war.
On display from July 2015.
William Edwin Pidgeon was a painter, cartoonist, illustrator, and newspaper critic. This exhibition presents a selection of the over 400 works by William Pidgeon held in the Memorial’s Art collection , relating to Pidgeon’s Second World War experiences in Darwin, New Guinea, Borneo and Morotai between 1943 to 1945.
On display in the Second World War Galleries from 6 March 2015.
Behind the front lines of the Somme, Vignacourt was a staging point, casualty clearing station and recreation area for troops. Captured on glass, printed into postcards and posted home, these photographs enabled Australian soldiers to maintain a fragile link with loved ones in Australia.
State Library of New South Wales
Until 18 January 2015
In 2014–15 the Memorial will tour a small travelling exhibition that showcases photographs of Anzac drawn from an extraordinary private collection assembled during the Gallipoli campaign.