Wolfgang Sievers exhibition

Sievers' photographs speak of the dignity of labour and the visual beauty of the constructed world. His Gears for mining industry (1967) is a classic image in Australian art history. This exhibition of works from the 1950s to 1970s is presented by the "Graham F Smith Peace Trust":http://artspeacetrust.org/about/ in collaboration with Julian Burnside QC.

Art Exhibition previously on at Kerry Packer Civic Gallery in Adelaide precinct, South Australia, Australia.
From Saturday 25 September 2010 to Monday 11 October 2010

Australian Paper and Pulp Manufacturers, Burnie Tas 1956  image Sulphuric Acid Plant, 1959 image

Published by anonymous on Monday 06 September 2010.
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Wolfgang Sievers (1913-2007) left Germany in 1938 and became an Australian citizen in 1944. He is best known as an industrial and architectural photographer but was also a passionate campaigner for human rights, writing of his belief in ‘…..justice and tolerance of all people whatever colour or faith’.