Migration and the Refugee - The Art of Erwin Fabian

The Migration and the Refugee: The Art of Erwin Fabian is the first exhibition for the new Tatura Museum Exhibition Gallery.

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Migration and the Refugee - The Art of Erwin Fabian

Quick Info

16 September – 3 November 2019 at 1:00pm / 4:00pm
Tatura Irrigation & Wartime Camps Museum, 49 Hogan Street, Tatura
Admission $10 - Catalogue available for $5

In 1940, Erwin Fabian was deported to Australia alongside some 2000 other ‘enemy aliens’. He was a Dunera boy who was interned in Camp 2 at Tatura. He was just 25. Today, he is one of Australia’s most significant modern artists, with a decades-long career as a sculptor and painter.

The Museum is privileged to host this exhibition. The selected artworks span Fabian’s time spent in internment through to more recent years and features artworks never before shown in public.

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