Artist Soldiers: Artistic Expression in the First World
Artist Soldiers: Artistic Expression in the First World War

This 4,500 square foot exhibition examines artistic expression during the War from two complementary perspectives. One is professional artists who were recruited by the U.S. Army, serving in the AEF.  They were the first true combat artists. The other is soldiers who created artwork. Their self-expression in the form of stone carvings in underground shelters, hidden away for a century, has been brought to light for the first time through the stunning photographs of photographer, artist, and explorer, Jeff Gusky. Together, these soldier works of art shed light on World War I in a compelling and very human way.
Artist Soldiers: Artistic Expression in the First World
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Artist Soldiers: Artistic Expression in the First World

4,500 square foot exhibition that examines artistic expression during the War from two complementary perspectives. One is professional artists wh Read More
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