The Powerhouse acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the ancestral homelands upon which our museums are situated. We respect their Elders, past, present and future and recognise their continuous connection to Country.
More independent than renegade, Douglas Annand (1932–2010) was a stylistic chameleon adept at playing with form, perspective, scale and medium.
Unlike his peers Gordon Andrews, Dahl Collings and Alistair Morrison, Annand distinguished himself early in his career by not working abroad. Instead, he kept pace with the European avant-garde and modernist graphic design through the many publications available in Australia at the time, including Graphis and Modern Publicity.