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The Courier
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
The Courier / Posted 57 minutes ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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The Young Witness
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Western Advocate
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Manning River Times
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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The North West Star
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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The Border Mail
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artistswhen just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbu
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull's art selection showcases Indigenous and female artists
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
when just five MPs of Indigenous heritage sit in Parliament. Mr and Mrs Turnbull's choices from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House include works by Archibald Prize winners, a range of leading Indigenous... Read more
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CBC.ca
Something 'just not sitting right' in death investigation of Inuit artist Annie Pootoogookher culture, where old customs intermingled with modern technology and goods.
Something 'just not sitting right' in death investigation of Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook
CBC.ca / Posted 14 hours ago
her culture, where old customs intermingled with modern technology and goods. Her work is part of the collections at the National Gallery of Canada and the Art Gallery of Ontario and was recently part of an exhibition on Indigenous pop art at... Read more
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Evening Standard
How to make Sausage meatball toad in the hole with onion gravypaintings that the term Caravaggesque had to be invented. See them alongside th
How to make Sausage meatball toad in the hole with onion gravy
Evening Standard / Posted 16 hours ago
paintings that the term Caravaggesque had to be invented. See them alongside the master himself here. Oct 12-Jan 15, National Gallery, WC2, 0800 912 6958, nationalgallery.org.uk Glenda Jackson, until recently the Honourable Member for... Read more
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Arts Journal
Abstract Expressionism Hits the Bull’s Eye“Blue Poles” (which twinkles with glass shards incorporated from turkey basters
Abstract Expressionism Hits the Bull’s Eye
Arts Journal / Posted 17 hours ago
“Blue Poles” (which twinkles with glass shards incorporated from turkey basters, I believe), that has been loaned by the National Gallery of Australia. The installation is cunning. If you stand midway between these two trophy Pollocks, at a right... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Go Well Peter Birchand Nyasaland was at its zenith when Birch arrived in January 1959, and Salisbu
Go Well Peter Birch
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 hours ago
and Nyasaland was at its zenith when Birch arrived in January 1959, and Salisbury was an exciting place to be. The Rhodes National Gallery, under the stewardship of Frank McEwen, had opened only 18 months previously and the first exhibition saw... Read more
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The Age
Asia TOPA festival brings A.R. Rahman, National Ballet of China to Melbournethe result of collaborations between many of our biggest cultural institutions
Asia TOPA festival brings A.R. Rahman, National Ballet of China to Melbourne
The Age / Posted yesterday
the result of collaborations between many of our biggest cultural institutions – led by the Arts Centre and including the National Gallery of Victoria and the Australian Ballet – and an enormous range of program partners such as the Melbourne,... Read more
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The Atlantic
The People Who Collect Strangers' Memoriesto consider snapshots to be found objects in the tradition of Marcel Duchamp. T
The People Who Collect Strangers' Memories
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
to consider snapshots to be found objects in the tradition of Marcel Duchamp. That was the perspective taken by the National Gallery in Washington in 2007 when it exhibited the collection of Robert E. Jackson. More recently, in 2014, the... Read more
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Roll Call
Word on the Hill: Team PoeAtrium, Independence Ave. entrance. All proceeds benefit the general fund of th
Word on the Hill: Team Poe
Roll Call / Posted yesterday
Atrium, Independence Ave. entrance. All proceeds benefit the general fund of the Combined Federal Campaign. Save the date National Gallery of Art hosts a press preview for the reopening of the East Building. Check back for HOH’s review. (8:30... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NGA granted $11m compensation for stolen Dancing ShivaNational Gallery of Australia granted $11m compensation for stolen Dancing Shiv
NGA granted $11m compensation for stolen Dancing Shiva
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
National Gallery of Australia granted $11m compensation for stolen Dancing Shiva The Supreme Court of New York has granted a motion in favour of a $11 million payment to the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), as compensation for its purchase of a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Arthur Azevedo Exhibits Unique Styleof the art form; "Sculpture is the art of intelligence" An exhibition entitled
Arthur Azevedo Exhibits Unique Style
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
of the art form; "Sculpture is the art of intelligence" An exhibition entitled "Perspective" is now underway at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe featuring four superlative works housed in the Permanent Collection. The showcase serves as a... Read more
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Salon.com
Ulay vs. Marina Abramović: How the epic legal battle between art-world giants went downmost stunning example here was the unique 1976 theft of “The Poor Poet,” Adolf
Ulay vs. Marina Abramović: How the epic legal battle between art-world giants went down
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
most stunning example here was the unique 1976 theft of “The Poor Poet,” Adolf Hitler’s favorite painting, from the New National Gallery in Berlin. This performance by Ulay, described as “Aktion” (the more loaded German term of the English... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
London: 2,000 Years In 4 Daysof the guard at St. James’s Palace, with the soldiers proceeding to relieve tho
London: 2,000 Years In 4 Days
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 days ago
of the guard at St. James’s Palace, with the soldiers proceeding to relieve those at Buckingham. We then walked to the National Gallery, which specializes in European art 1500-1900. For a couple of hours we basked in the glory of Raphael,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
After big summer show, National Gallery predicts more triumphs aheadThe National Gallery in Ottawa is sighing with relief and patting itself on the
After big summer show, National Gallery predicts more triumphs ahead
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
The National Gallery in Ottawa is sighing with relief and patting itself on the back after receiving the news that its big summer show, a survey of paintings by the late 18th-century portraitist Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, was seen by just more... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Glass artist Klaus Moje dead | Canberra Lifein hundreds of private collections, and in more than 60 public collections both
Glass artist Klaus Moje dead | Canberra Life
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
in hundreds of private collections, and in more than 60 public collections both in Australia and internationally, including the National Gallery of Australia, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Ne... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
The quest to retrace the tracks of seascape painter Childe Hassamvantage points. Childe Hassam's "Poppies," painted on the Isles of Shoals in 1
The quest to retrace the tracks of seascape painter Childe Hassam
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
vantage points. Childe Hassam's "Poppies," painted on the Isles of Shoals in 1891. Oil on canvas, 19.75 by 24 inches. (National Gallery of Art) Thaxter’s bright red and white garden flowers in “Poppies” (1891) reveal the painter’s closeness to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Glass artist Klaus Moje deadin hundreds of private collections, and in more than 60 public collections both
Glass artist Klaus Moje dead
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
in hundreds of private collections, and in more than 60 public collections both in Australia and internationally, including the National Gallery of Australia, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Ne... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Toba Khedoori's enigmatic drawings, games about capitalism, art about the California coastSerra, Claes Oldenburg, Vija Celmins, David Hockney and Robert Rauschenberg. No
Datebook: Toba Khedoori's enigmatic drawings, games about capitalism, art about the California coast
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
Serra, Claes Oldenburg, Vija Celmins, David Hockney and Robert Rauschenberg. Now the museum, in conjunction with the National Gallery of Art, brings together some of the most exquisite examples of work produced at the famed West Hollywood... Read more
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The Hindu
Return of Indian sculptures from Australia: raiders of hidden arksThe return to India of three ancient sculptures from the National Gallery of Au
Return of Indian sculptures from Australia: raiders of hidden arks
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
The return to India of three ancient sculptures from the National Gallery of Australia is another milestone in the long and difficult campaign waged by several countries to repossess their cultural treasures, which have often been bought by museums... Read more
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CBC.ca
Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook found dead in Ottawain 2006. Pootoogook, 46, had been living in Ottawa. Fine Liner Eyebrow one of
Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook found dead in Ottawa
CBC.ca / Posted 4 days ago
in 2006. Pootoogook, 46, had been living in Ottawa. Fine Liner Eyebrow one of Pootoogook's drawings on display at the National Gallery of Canada. (Annie Pootoogook/National Gallery of Canada/Dorset Fine Arts) Her work is part of the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook found dead in Ottawaoriginally from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, had been living in Ottawa. Her work is p
Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook found dead in Ottawa
CBC.ca / Posted 4 days ago
originally from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, had been living in Ottawa. Her work is part of the collection at the National Gallery of Canada and had recently been part of an exhibition at the local SAW Gallery in Ottawa. Fine Liner... Read more
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The Border Mail
Architecture tourism: The world's inspiring new architecturethe roof and coloured glass windows that cast colour onto the main prayer room.
Architecture tourism: The world's inspiring new architecture
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
the roof and coloured glass windows that cast colour onto the main prayer room. See an exhibition about the mosque at the National Gallery of Victoria until February 19, 2017 (australianislamiccentre.org, ngv.vic.gov.au) Otherwise, it's time to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Tourism is spoiling London's cultural gems - why do we put up with it?mitigate the negative side-effects of tourism. And we could start in London. E
Tourism is spoiling London's cultural gems - why do we put up with it?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
mitigate the negative side-effects of tourism. And we could start in London. Earlier this year, the new director of the National Gallery, Gabriele Finaldi, was bemoaning the noise and anarchy in Trafalgar Square. The pedestrianised space in... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How Gustavo Dudamel made his impromptu conducting debut at the White Housesummoned to Washington, D.C., to deliver the keynote speech to the recipients l
How Gustavo Dudamel made his impromptu conducting debut at the White House
Los Angeles Times / Posted 5 days ago
summoned to Washington, D.C., to deliver the keynote speech to the recipients later that evening at a private dinner at the National Gallery of Art and conduct a wind quintet from his Youth Orchestra Los Angeles. But first: Dudamel sat in on the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The long history of the Australian mosque"perhaps the first truly contemporary Australian mosque", it is supported by an
The long history of the Australian mosque
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
"perhaps the first truly contemporary Australian mosque", it is supported by an exhibition dedicated to its design at the National Gallery of Victoria (Architecture of Faith). A public talk by the architects attracted a sold-out audience, and is... Read more
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New Kerala
Artists Paresh Maity, Jayasri Burman commence stay in Rashtrapati Bhavan as artists in-residence - newkerala.com #122425of Rabindranath Tagore's 150th birth anniversary, an exhibition of watercolours
Artists Paresh Maity, Jayasri Burman commence stay in Rashtrapati Bhavan as artists in-residence - newkerala.com #122425
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
of Rabindranath Tagore's 150th birth anniversary, an exhibition of watercolours 'Shesh Lekha' was organized by him at National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi and Mumbai. His latest painting, one of the longest in the world is 800 ft. and on... Read more
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Evening Standard
Largest UK collection of Banksy's work goes on display10pm, and future lates will focus on topics as diverse as gaming, crime, and bi
Largest UK collection of Banksy's work goes on display
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
10pm, and future lates will focus on topics as diverse as gaming, crime, and big data (normal opening hours 10am-6pm). The National Gallery, home to over 2,300 paintings that date from the mid-13th century to the 1900s, stays open until 9pm every... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Long Weekender: What's on September 23-26at the Fitters Workshop in Kingston. 10am-3pm. Free entry. threesixtyfm.com. 1
Canberra Long Weekender: What's on September 23-26
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
at the Fitters Workshop in Kingston. 10am-3pm. Free entry. threesixtyfm.com. 10am CREATE SPACE Celebrate spring in the National Gallery of Australia's Sculpture Garden with creative activities inspired by the fog sculpture by Fujiko Nakaya.... Read more
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Evening Standard
Turner Prize nominee Michael Dean is London's most exciting art starsensuality and sexuality. Photographer Sebastian Faena, Model Eniko Mihalik 1
Turner Prize nominee Michael Dean is London's most exciting art star
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
sensuality and sexuality. Photographer Sebastian Faena, Model Eniko Mihalik 10/10 Painters Painting: Van Dyck to Freud National Gallery, June 22 - September 4 Ever wondered what painters hang on their walls? On display here will be works owned... Read more
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The Age
Cuts at National Gallery of Australia prompt public backlash and frustrationJob losses at the National Gallery of Australia have prompted a public backlash
Cuts at National Gallery of Australia prompt public backlash and frustration
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Job losses at the National Gallery of Australia have prompted a public backlash as management detail the scale of cuts and insiders voice frustration. Public backlash against job losses at the National Gallery of Australia is growing. Photo: Jeffrey... Read more
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WA Today
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at bestinlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at best
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
inlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the you beaut country, 1962. Photo: John Olsen/National Gallery of Victoria The elements that made Olsen's art appealing to a couple of generations – the bouncy,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at bestinlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at best
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
inlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the you beaut country, 1962. Photo: John Olsen/National Gallery of Victoria The elements that made Olsen's art appealing to a couple of generations – the bouncy,... Read more
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Canberra Times
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at bestinlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at best
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
inlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the you beaut country, 1962. Photo: John Olsen/National Gallery of Victoria The elements that made Olsen's art appealing to a couple of generations – the bouncy,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Picture Gallery: Indigenous ArtPossum Tjapaltjarri's Warlugulong sold for a staggering $2.4 million at a Sothe
Picture Gallery: Indigenous Art
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
Possum Tjapaltjarri's Warlugulong sold for a staggering $2.4 million at a Sotheby's auction in Melbourne. The buyer was the National Gallery of Australia. This record still stands and, with the arrival of the global financial crisis a few months... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cuts at National Gallery of Australia prompt public backlash and frustrationJob losses at the National Gallery of Australia have prompted a public backlash
Cuts at National Gallery of Australia prompt public backlash and frustration
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Job losses at the National Gallery of Australia have prompted a public backlash as management detail the scale of cuts and insiders voice frustration. Public backlash against job losses at the National Gallery of Australia is growing. Photo: Jeffrey... Read more
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Evening Standard
Everything you need to know about the September equinoxpaintings that the term Caravaggesque had to be invented. See them alongside th
Everything you need to know about the September equinox
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
paintings that the term Caravaggesque had to be invented. See them alongside the master himself here. Oct 12-Jan 15, National Gallery, WC2, 0800 912 6958, nationalgallery.org.uk Glenda Jackson, until recently the Honourable Member for... Read more
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The Irish Times
Greening the runway: Ireland’s fashion loss is the UK’s gainCathedral was inspired by Jackie Nickerson’s photographs of African farm worker
Greening the runway: Ireland’s fashion loss is the UK’s gain
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
Cathedral was inspired by Jackie Nickerson’s photographs of African farm workers and 18th-century paintings in the National Gallery. Wellington boots had her signature Perspex heels, whisky coloured this time. JW Anderson’s show in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Greening the runway: Ireland’s loss is the UK’s gainCathedral was inspired by Jackie Nickerson’s photographs of African farm worker
Greening the runway: Ireland’s loss is the UK’s gain
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
Cathedral was inspired by Jackie Nickerson’s photographs of African farm workers and 18th-century paintings in the National Gallery. Wellington boots had her signature Perspex heels, whisky coloured this time. JW Anderson’s show in... Read more
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The Hindu
NGMA Bengaluru is becoming the hottest art destination in the citycultural programmes by A-listers. We trace its growth as it morphs into the hot
NGMA Bengaluru is becoming the hottest art destination in the city
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
cultural programmes by A-listers. We trace its growth as it morphs into the hottest art destination in town While NGMA (National Gallery of Modern Art) Bengaluru’s journey has not been as long as its counterparts in Delhi and Mumbai, it has been... Read more
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The Age
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at bestinlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the
John Olsen retrospective is mildly entertaining at best
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
inlets and hilly turns and twists, its balmy air and heady skies. Summer in the you beaut country, 1962. Photo: John Olsen/National Gallery of Victoria The elements that made Olsen's art appealing to a couple of generations – the bouncy,... Read more
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WA Today
Australia's most controversial art purchase on display in Londonminister Gough Whitlam had personally to approve the purchase of Blue Poles, on
Australia's most controversial art purchase on display in London
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
minister Gough Whitlam had personally to approve the purchase of Blue Poles, one of Pollock's most famous works, for the National Gallery of Australia in 1973, because it was worth more than $1 million. The $1.3 million price tag was an American... Read more
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