Strangers Arrive

Auckland University Press

by Leonard Bell

From the 1930s through the 1950s, a substantial number of forced migrants – refugees from Nazism, displaced people after World War II and escapees from Communist countries – arrived in New Zealand from Europe. Among them were an extraordinary group of artists and writers, photographers and architects whose European modernism radically reshaped the arts in this country.


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2018 PANZ Book awards
Best Illustrated Book Finalist