Eva Collins

Eva Collins was born in Poland and in 1958 arrived in Melbourne with her family, where she works as an artist and writer. She has published photographs, poetry (Quadrant, Best Australian Poems, Westerly, Southerly, Overland, Newcastle Anthology) and travel articles (The Age, The Sun Morning Herald) and exhibited photography and performance videos in group and solo exhibitions in galleries such as the Monash Gallery of Art and the National Gallery of Australia.


The Nazi commander said to the Poles: Even though we lost the war, the plaques commemorating your dead, will always be trophies to us.

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