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Canberra Times
Hindmarsh Prize 2016: showcasing studio glassgoes further afield to include the director of the National Gallery of Australi
Hindmarsh Prize 2016: showcasing studio glass
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
goes further afield to include the director of the National Gallery of Australia, Dr Gerard Vaughan, Ewan McEoin from the National Gallery of Victoria, Julie Ewington, an independent Sydney curator and writer, Eva Czernis-Ryl from the Museum of... Read more
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The Age
Picasso's Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy of the art theftbut any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilso
Picasso's Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy of the art theft
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
but any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilson was one of 25 policemen who searched the National Gallery of Victoria for the missing Picasso. Photo: Bruce Postle We looked for the Masonite backing board, the wood... Read more
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WA Today
Picasso's Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy of the art theftbut any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilso
Picasso's Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy of the art theft
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
but any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilson was one of 25 policemen who searched the National Gallery of Victoria for the missing Picasso. Photo: Bruce Postle We looked for the Masonite backing board, the wood... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Rumblings surround Sydney Modern project as waiting game bitesschools," Ms Breen told the Herald. Ms Breen said she would reconsider if the
Rumblings surround Sydney Modern project as waiting game bites
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
schools," Ms Breen told the Herald. Ms Breen said she would reconsider if the AGNSW supported art schools in the way the National Gallery of Victoria has partnered with the Victorian College of the Arts. She says there are other causes worthy of... Read more
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WA Today
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Pi
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Picasso's 1937 painting Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria in August 1986. Rumours have swirled around Melbourne in the decades since about who was behind... Read more
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Canberra Times
Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasybut any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilso
Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
but any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilson was one of 25 policemen who searched the National Gallery of Victoria for the missing Picasso. Photo: Bruce Postle We looked for the Masonite backing board, the wood... Read more
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Canberra Times
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Pi
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Picasso's 1937 painting Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria in August 1986. Rumours have swirled around Melbourne in the decades since about who was behind... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasybut any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilso
Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
but any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilson was one of 25 policemen who searched the National Gallery of Victoria for the missing Picasso. Photo: Bruce Postle We looked for the Masonite backing board, the wood... Read more
9 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Pi
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Picasso's 1937 painting Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria in August 1986. Rumours have swirled around Melbourne in the decades since about who was behind... Read more
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The Courier
Picasso's Weeping Woman: Could mystery of 1986 NGV art heist be solved?nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Pi
Picasso's Weeping Woman: Could mystery of 1986 NGV art heist be solved?
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Picasso's 1937 painting Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria in August 1986. Rumours have swirled around Melbourne in the decades since about who was behind... Read more
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The Age
American Dreaming: Aboriginal exhibition at Harvard Art Museums challenges notions of timejust because it looks like it partakes of the contemporary world," says Gilchri
American Dreaming: Aboriginal exhibition at Harvard Art Museums challenges notions of time
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
just because it looks like it partakes of the contemporary world," says Gilchrist, who has worked as a curator with the National Gallery of Victoria and National Gallery of Australia and as a lecturer at the University of Sydney. "You know the... Read more
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The Age
Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasybut any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilso
Weeping Woman: The agony and the ecstasy
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
but any associated components. No painting left unturned: Constable Steve Wilson was one of 25 policemen who searched the National Gallery of Victoria for the missing Picasso. Photo: Bruce Postle We looked for the Masonite backing board, the wood... Read more
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The Age
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Pi
Could missing evidence solve the mystery of the theft of Picasso's Weeping Woman?
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
nobody can agree." That's pretty much the only consensus about the theft of Picasso's 1937 painting Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria in August 1986. Rumours have swirled around Melbourne in the decades since about who was behind... Read more
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Canberra Times
National Gallery of Australia brings the bedroom exploits of Versailles to CanberraPalace is at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from December 9 to A
National Gallery of Australia brings the bedroom exploits of Versailles to Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Palace is at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from December 9 to April 17, 2017. BATTLE OF THE BLOCKBUSTERS ​National Gallery of Victoria: David Hockney features more than 700 works from the last decade of the British artist's career.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why this art collector won't be donating to the new Sydney Modernthe Venice Biennale. Photo: Supplied Ms Breen said she would reconsider if the
Why this art collector won't be donating to the new Sydney Modern
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
the Venice Biennale. Photo: Supplied Ms Breen said she would reconsider if the AGNSW supported art schools in the way the National Gallery of Victoria has partnered with the Victorian College of the Arts. She says there are other causes worthy of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
No half measures for Brisbane band Halfwaythat youth has nothing to do with it. You're always working, always reaching."
No half measures for Brisbane band Halfway
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
that youth has nothing to do with it. You're always working, always reaching." The band, who'll be joined at their National Gallery of Victoria Friday Nights gig by Willsteed's former bandmate multi-instrumentalist Amanda Brown, have shaped... Read more
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The Age
Perfect strangenessin first and ask questions later, forms the starting point of Confounding, an e
Perfect strangeness
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
in first and ask questions later, forms the starting point of Confounding, an exhibition of contemporary photography at the National Gallery of Victoria next month. Curator Susan van Wyk's starting point was the opening sequence of Total Recall, a... Read more
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The Age
National Gallery of Australia brings the bedroom exploits of Versailles to CanberraPalace is at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from December 9 to A
National Gallery of Australia brings the bedroom exploits of Versailles to Canberra
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Palace is at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from December 9 to April 17, 2017. BATTLE OF THE BLOCKBUSTERS ​National Gallery of Victoria: David Hockney features more than 700 works from the last decade of the British artist's career.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
National Gallery of Australia brings the bedroom exploits of Versailles to CanberraPalace is at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from December 9 to A
National Gallery of Australia brings the bedroom exploits of Versailles to Canberra
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Palace is at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from December 9 to April 17, 2017. BATTLE OF THE BLOCKBUSTERS ​National Gallery of Victoria: David Hockney features more than 700 works from the last decade of the British artist's career.... Read more
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The Courier
Celebrating Ballarat’s indigenous peopledeveloping a unique style of working. Their work has now been collected by priv
Celebrating Ballarat’s indigenous people
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
developing a unique style of working. Their work has now been collected by private and public institutions, including the National Gallery of Victoria. Recently presenting a major work for White Night, collaborating with the Portuguese creative... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Art finalists at new frontierWhetuki - House of Death Redux, 2016 What is it? Two-channel ultra HD video, 1
Art finalists at new frontier
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Whetuki - House of Death Redux, 2016 What is it? Two-channel ultra HD video, 14 minutes, stereo sound, colour At the National Gallery of Victoria, a family - mum, dad, grandma and three daughters - sit watching a 15-minute, 58-second... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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The Border Mail
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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The Courier
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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The Young Witness
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
The Young Witness / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Western Advocate
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Manning River Times
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Manning River Times / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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The North West Star
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetimeNew York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital techno
The 30 greatest cultural treasures everyone should see in their lifetime
The North West Star / Posted 14 days ago
New York WHAT Van Herpen combines fine handwork techniques with digital technology to create haute couture. TONY ELLWOOD, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA, SAYS Dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's work really has been introduced to a broader... Read more
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Herald Sun
Melbourne lights up in support of Francered, white and blue as a sign of support for France after the Bastille Day terr
Melbourne lights up in support of France
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
red, white and blue as a sign of support for France after the Bastille Day terror attack in Nice. Buildings including the National Gallery of Victoria, State Library and Melbourne Arts Centre have donned France’s national colours as a mark of... Read more
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Herald Sun
21 Things On In VictoriaEvie Ferris & Georgia Scott-Hunter with 6 year old Mena at the opening of the n
21 Things On In Victoria
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Evie Ferris & Georgia Scott-Hunter with 6 year old Mena at the opening of the new 'Degas' exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria . Stuart McEvoy for The Australian. Trailer Park has rolled back into The Village with new food... Read more
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The Age
Victoria Barracks embraced in Southbank arts blueprintincluding some of Australia's biggest cultural institutions, such as Opera Aust
Victoria Barracks embraced in Southbank arts blueprint
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
including some of Australia's biggest cultural institutions, such as Opera Australia, the Australian Ballet, the National Gallery of Victoria and Melbourne Theatre Company. Victoria Barracks, owned by the Defence Department, is earmarked... Read more
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The Age
Call for Melbourne's two remaining Banksy stencils to be preserved at NGVrevealed the damage to the rat stencils, says he thinks the whole wall should b
Call for Melbourne's two remaining Banksy stencils to be preserved at NGV
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
revealed the damage to the rat stencils, says he thinks the whole wall should be preserved and possibly displayed in the National Gallery of Victoria. The recent damage is the latest in a series of mishaps that have destroyed a number of works... Read more
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Canberra Times
Call for Melbourne's two remaining Banksy stencils to be preserved after street art destroyed by construction workrevealed the damage to the rat stencils, says he thinks the whole wall should b
Call for Melbourne's two remaining Banksy stencils to be preserved after street art destroyed by construction work
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
revealed the damage to the rat stencils, says he thinks the whole wall should be preserved and possibly displayed in the National Gallery of Victoria. The recent damage is the latest in a series of mishaps that have destroyed a number of works... Read more
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The Age
Edgar Degas, the new NGV Winter Masterpieces exhibition, is its most complex yetthe French curator and former director of The Louvre and Musee d'Orsay who has
Edgar Degas, the new NGV Winter Masterpieces exhibition, is its most complex yet
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
the French curator and former director of The Louvre and Musee d'Orsay who has put together the new Degas exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, says there's a lot more to the artist than meets the eye. The Australian Ballet's performers... Read more
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The Age
Fake Food Park at NGV bound to tempt even the fussiest little eatersand has the potential to help us see and think in new ways. In Fake Food Park,
Fake Food Park at NGV bound to tempt even the fussiest little eaters
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
and has the potential to help us see and think in new ways. In Fake Food Park, an exhibition about to open at the National Gallery of Victoria, Guixe will be focusing on children, who have a fascinating (and sometimes frustrating)... Read more
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The Age
'A gathering sense of shock': Bill Henson's unique take on the NGV's Degas exhibitionjust arrived with its courier from Glasgow's Burrell Collection and has been un
'A gathering sense of shock': Bill Henson's unique take on the NGV's Degas exhibition
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
just arrived with its courier from Glasgow's Burrell Collection and has been uncrated in the conservation department at the National Gallery of Victoria. Degas – whose dance and ballet pieces numbered in the hundreds – is among Henson's great loves,... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Warhol director Eric Shiner heading back to New YorkAi Weiwei for the opening of the Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei, a new exhibition orga
Warhol director Eric Shiner heading back to New York
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 21 days ago
Ai Weiwei for the opening of the Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei, a new exhibition organized by The Warhol in partnership with the National Gallery of Victoria, and Ai Weiwei. Asked what he’s proudest of at The Warhol, Shiner said, “I’m most proud of the... Read more
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The Courier
A vigilante, not a villainof Australia’s national identity. He has written a large book cataloging his wo
A vigilante, not a villain
The Courier / Posted 22 days ago
of Australia’s national identity. He has written a large book cataloging his work and ran a retrospective exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria last year. Now, he is curating Australian Sketchbook – an exhibition of Gill’s drawings at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation pop-up pavilion promises a green revolutionLondon's Serpentine Gallery. Melbourne has also had its own series of temporary
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation pop-up pavilion promises a green revolution
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
London's Serpentine Gallery. Melbourne has also had its own series of temporary architecture pavilions each summer at the National Gallery of Victoria, while the third MPavilion, designed by Indian architect Bijoy Jain​, will open in the nearby... Read more
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WA Today
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation final pop-up pavilion promises a green revolutionLondon's Serpentine Gallery. Melbourne has also had its own series of temporary
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation final pop-up pavilion promises a green revolution
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
London's Serpentine Gallery. Melbourne has also had its own series of temporary architecture pavilions each summer at the National Gallery of Victoria, while the third MPavilion, designed by Indian architect Bijoy Jain​, will open in the nearby... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Art is in my blood’group exhibitions. Her works are also housed in the collections of the Austral
‘Art is in my blood’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
group exhibitions. Her works are also housed in the collections of the Australian National Gallery, Art Gallery of NSW and National Gallery of Victoria. However her recent trips to Beijing, China, have been the inspiration for her most recent... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Self-proclaimed 'Australia's worst artist' hangs his own painting in the National Gallery of Victoriait there himself. Hence the title of the framed acrylic on canvas painting – S
Self-proclaimed 'Australia's worst artist' hangs his own painting in the National Gallery of Victoria
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
it there himself. Hence the title of the framed acrylic on canvas painting – Self-Fulfilment – that he sneaked into the National Gallery of Victoria and hung on the wall. A screen grab of Ben Butcher hanging his work on a wall at the National... Read more
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Babyology
10 fun activities for children that will help you avoid the rainy park this winterare wrapped around tree trunks, stairs spiral up and down in the small space, a
10 fun activities for children that will help you avoid the rainy park this winter
Babyology / Posted 27 days ago
are wrapped around tree trunks, stairs spiral up and down in the small space, and foliage pokes down from the ceiling. The National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne is a great place for kids. On a weekday, when there’s no special exhibition, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Napoleon's last horse given makeover by taxidermistsextra money will be put towards the purchase of a climate-controlled glass disp
Napoleon's last horse given makeover by taxidermists
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
extra money will be put towards the purchase of a climate-controlled glass display case. Photo: Napoleon Crossing the Alps: an equestrian portrait painted between 1801 and 1805. (National Gallery of Victoria: Napoleon Revolut... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Artists and designers merge ancient and modern at Cairns Indigenous Art Faircoordinator at the National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Instituti
Artists and designers merge ancient and modern at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
coordinator at the National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Institution. Koorie Heritage Trust CEO Tom Mosby​and National Gallery of Victoria director Tony Ellwood made the trip up from Melbourne. Federal Arts Minister George Brandis... Read more
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The Age
Self-proclaimed 'Australia's worst artist' hangs his own painting in the National Gallery of VictoriaA screen grab of Ben Butcher hanging his work on a wall at the National Gallery
Self-proclaimed 'Australia's worst artist' hangs his own painting in the National Gallery of Victoria
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
A screen grab of Ben Butcher hanging his work on a wall at the National Gallery of Victoria. Photo: Supplied Ben Butcher promotes himself as "Australia's worst artist", so it must be gratifying to see his work on the wall of one of Australia's... Read more
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