Agent Orange Justice's Beautiful Art for Innocent Children exhibition starts on August 7 at the Mori Gallery in Sydney.
The exhibition is in aid of the innocent children being born now in Vietnam as a consequence of Agent Orange/dioxin remaining in the soil and in the genetic make-up.
Australian-Vietnamese, Vietnamese and Australian artists, cartoonists
and photographers have donated beautiful contemporary artwork for the
exhibition. Australian-Vietnamese, Vietnamese and Australian artists,
cartoonists and photographers have donated beautiful contemporary
artwork for the exhibition. They include a Dobell Prize winner, an
Archibald finalist and artists represented in state and national
galleries and international collections.
The artists include Suzanne Archer, Ray Beattie, Zanny Begg,
Robert Carter, Elizabeth Cummings, Carol Dance, Nguyen Nghia Cuong,
Carleen Devine, Vuong Trong Duc, Bonita Ely, Rod Emmerson, Wayne
Fleming, George Gittoes, Nguyen The Hung, Dominic Nguyen Hong Golding,
Pamela Griffith, Kevin Hegarty, Nguyen Hien, Johanna Hildebrandt, Astra
Howard, Dot Kolentsis, Nguyen Thi Chinh Le, Geoff Levitus, Eric
Lobbecke, Carlie Lopez, Nerine Martini, Euan Macleod, Khue Nguyen, Mai
Nguyen-Long, Torbjorn Lundmark, Kelly Manning, Alan Moir, Reg Mombassa,
Susan Norrie, Bruce Petty, Hoai Thanh Pham, Nguyen Nghia Phuong, Phi Phi
Oanh, Peter O'Doherty, Sue Pedley, Larry Pickering, David Pope, Ambrose
Reisch, Erik Royds, Van Rudd, Feyona van Stom, Nik Scott, Wendy Sharpe,
My Le Thi, Mark Tippett, Sophie Verrechia, Fiona White.
The exhibit includes Hoai Thanh Pham's famous photographs of
Vietnamese child victims plus contemporary art from 20 Vietnamese
This beautiful affordable art will be auctioned.
Come to find out about Agent Orange. Come to show your support for the innocent child victims.
Directions to Mori Gallery, 168 Day Street, Sydney: Town Hall
station; Day Street is one block west of Sussex, just north of Chinatown
near Trades Hall, between Bathurst and Liverpool; closest parking
station is 521 Kent St.
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