The 2015 Salek Minc Lecture is co-presented by the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and the Institute of Advanced Studies.
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This year’s Salek Minc Lecture is held in conjunction with the exhibition Elise Blumann: An Émigré Artist in Western Australia, 1938–1948 (11 July–19 September 2015) and presented by Dr. Jutta Vinzent, Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Art and Visual Culture at the University of Birmingham, UK, and Research Fellow at the Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt, Germany.
Her publications include Identity and Image: Refugee Artists from Nazi Germany in Britain (1933-1945) and Overcoming Dictatorships: Contemporary East and West European Visual Inquiries.
Image: Dr. Jutta Vinzent
View the recording of the lecture below or via the gallery channel on YouTube.
A transcript of the lecture is available in PDF and Word document formats.
Salek Minc (1905-1983), for whom this lecture is named, was a prominent Perth doctor, collector and supporter of the visual arts. He was much beloved by many friends and students, and his enthusiasm for the arts did much to foster their development in Western Australia.
The 2013 Salek Minc Lecture is co-presented by the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and the Institute of Advanced Studies