Featuring work by Sean Flynn, Tim Page, Stephen Dupont, David Dare Parker, Jack Picone, Ben Bohane, Michael Coyne and Ashley Gilbertson, PEACE showcases a collection of images that provide a personal reflection of peace, captured amongst the environment of war.

Art Exhibition previously on at MGA - Monash Gallery of Art in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 08 February 2013 to Sunday 28 April 2013
Launch Saturday 16 February 2013,

Occupy Wall Street demonstrator Edgar Cancinos 17 from Elmhurst, Queens, NY
meditates in Zuccotti Park on November 16, 2011 image

Published by Monash Gallery of Art on Tuesday 05 February 2013.
Contact the publisher.

°South is a collective of dedicated and award-winning Australian documentary photographers who have covered conflicts from Vietnam in ‘65 to present day Afghanistan.


16 FEBRUARY 2013

°SOUTH photographers Michael Coyne and Ben Bohane will be at MGA from 2PM to chat about their experience of ‘What peace looks like’ from their assignments around the world.

Then iconic Australian actor Jack Thompson, AM will open MGA’s upcoming exhibition PEACE on Saturday 16 February 2013 at 3.00pm.

Thompson will discuss his own peace-making experiences when, as the UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador in the 1990s, he made a documentary film about the lives of Cambodian children displaced by the Khmer Rouge. With his late best mate photographer Peter Carrette, Thompson helped establish a child protection agency called ‘Krousar Thmey’ (’new family’ in Khmer) that enabled the lost children of ‘Site II’ (the largest refugee camp in the world at the time) to return to their homeland of Cambodia.

BOOKINGS: 8544 0500

Generously supported by Fujifilm Professional