War and its Aftermath: Artists’ Views

Produced by veterans as well as artists with a general interest in war, conflict and the human experience, the works showcase how artists approach the idea and experience of conflict and its aftermath, from the memory of the First World War to the experience of contemporary conflict and its impact on those who fight in them.

Featured artists and works include:

John Afflick
The Guardian

Gary Bennett

Penny Cordle
Lest we forget

Julian George
Off to War
Atlantic Ensign

Jenny Hill-Norton
St Michael’s Mount II
Winter Sun
Spanish Hillside II
Causeway and Sand

Tim King
Old German Treches Vimy
Trech Testimonies
The Many Men So Beautiful

Jennifer Kirby
Falling Poppies

Mike Murtagh
On Edge

Victoria Wolny
Oasis in Conflict

The exhibition was organised in collaboration with SSAFA.

For more information, contact:
Jacqui Grainger library@rusi.org
Dr Emma De Angelis emmad@rusi.org

020 77472600

Opening times

Open all day Saturday 22 September, other viewings available on request. Please email library@rusi.org

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