Ben Quilty reveals the complex and profound role of a war artist, and tells us how his perceptions shifted after Afghanistan.
ANZAC Day is a day that meets with many meanings for the Aussies and Kiwis who celebrate it. Some see it as an opportunity for patriotism, pomp and bravado; others see it as the chance to get drunk and gamble; and some are cynical about the meaning of war, seeing soldiers as representative of politics that they do not support.
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