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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 19 hours 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 Age
NGV exhibition Degas: A New Vision draws work from more than 40 countriesFamily Portrait (The Bellelli Family) goes on display for Degas: A New Vision a
NGV exhibition Degas: A New Vision draws work from more than 40 countries
The Age / Posted yesterday
Family Portrait (The Bellelli Family) goes on display for Degas: A New Vision at the National Gallery of Victoria. Photo: Wayne Taylor It has been a logistical challenge, but worth every effort: in putting together the exhibition Degas: A New... Read more
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Herald Sun
Exhibition casts Degas in new lightA New Vision at NGV. Picture: Tony Gough SO you think you know Edgar Degas? T
Exhibition casts Degas in new light
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
A New Vision at NGV. Picture: Tony Gough SO you think you know Edgar Degas? Think again.Degas: A New Vision, at the National Gallery of Victoria, confirms the late 19th century French artist as the supreme painter of the ballet. But this... Read more
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WA Today
Ballet school's dancers in former family homethe arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse ho
Ballet school's dancers in former family home
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
the arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse hole" (the northern entrance to the National Gallery of Victoria and a stone's throw from the Australian Ballet School. "Most of the children staying here... Read more
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The Age
Ballet school's dancers in former family homethe arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse ho
Ballet school's dancers in former family home
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
the arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse hole" (the northern entrance to the National Gallery of Victoria and a stone's throw from the Australian Ballet School. "Most of the children staying here... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ballet school's dancers in former family homethe arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse ho
Ballet school's dancers in former family home
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
the arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse hole" (the northern entrance to the National Gallery of Victoria and a stone's throw from the Australian Ballet School. "Most of the children staying here... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ballet school's dancers in former family homethe arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse ho
Ballet school's dancers in former family home
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
the arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse hole" (the northern entrance to the National Gallery of Victoria and a stone's throw from the Australian Ballet School. "Most of the children staying here... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ballet school's dancers in former family homethe arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse ho
Ballet school's dancers in former family home
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
the arched brick entrance leading to this wing has a semblance of the "mouse hole" (the northern entrance to the National Gallery of Victoria and a stone's throw from the Australian Ballet School. "Most of the children staying here... Read more
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The Age
Victorian major events chiefs quit as government expands White Night to Ballaratunder the new umbrella of Visit Victoria. Still Here by Ballarat artist Josh M
Victorian major events chiefs quit as government expands White Night to Ballarat
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
under the new umbrella of Visit Victoria. Still Here by Ballarat artist Josh Muir was projected onto the facade of the National Gallery of Victoria for White Night Melbourne 2016. Photo: Getty-Images VMEC chief executive Brendan McClements​... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Works from 'great pioneer' of modern art come to Melbournetime Photo: NGV director Tony Ellwood says Degas's choice and treatment of his
Works from 'great pioneer' of modern art come to Melbourne
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
time Photo: NGV director Tony Ellwood says Degas's choice and treatment of his subject matter set him apart. (Supplied: National Gallery of Victoria) With 200 artworks from all over the world, the exhibition shows that as well as becoming a... Read more
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Italianicious
ItalianiciousA free exhibition dedicated to the glamour of Bulgari jewellery will open at th
Italianicious
Italianicious / Posted 5 days ago
A free exhibition dedicated to the glamour of Bulgari jewellery will open at the National Gallery of Victoria on 30 September 2016. Running until January 2017, ‘Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style’ will bring together Bulgari’s visionary creativity and... Read more
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Arts Journal
“Commercial in Confidence”: National Gallery of Victoria Upholds MoMA’s Secrecy on Loan (or rental) FeesNational Gallery of VictoriaPhoto by Robert Merkel at English Wikipedia Here’s
“Commercial in Confidence”: National Gallery of Victoria Upholds MoMA’s Secrecy on Loan (or rental) Fees
Arts Journal / Posted 5 days ago
National Gallery of VictoriaPhoto by Robert Merkel at English Wikipedia Here’s how a spokesperson from the Australian museum answered my recent queries (emphasis added): We are delighted to be working in partnership with MoMA to bring some of the... Read more
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Herald Sun
NGV’s French masterpiece coupwith the Degas masterpiece. Picture: JAY TOWN THEY have a single painting and
NGV’s French masterpiece coup
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
with the Degas masterpiece. Picture: JAY TOWN THEY have a single painting and some works on paper. Now, finally, the National Gallery of Victoria is the proud owner of a Degas sculpture. ‘Dancer looking at the sole of her right foot (second... Read more
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The Age
'A gathering sense of shock': Bill Henson's unique take on the NGV's Degas showlife, to understand that peculiar expression on her young-old face. Bill Henso
'A gathering sense of shock': Bill Henson's unique take on the NGV's Degas show
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
life, to understand that peculiar expression on her young-old face. Bill Henson with Edgar Degas' The Rehearsal at the National Gallery of Victoria. Photo: Mathew Lynn Perhaps she is a spectre. People are often perturbed by her face, and by... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Vigils held around world for Orlando victimswill not hide, we will not be intimidated by this horrible event." Buildings i
Vigils held around world for Orlando victims
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
will not hide, we will not be intimidated by this horrible event." Buildings in Melbourne, including the Arts Centre and National Gallery of Victoria, were lit up in rainbow colours. In Brisbane, the Story Bridge was lit up in the rainbow... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
World in mourning for victims of Orlando nightclub shootingtweeting “love wins”. Other landmarks in Australia to be lit up in the rainbow
World in mourning for victims of Orlando nightclub shooting
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 14 days ago
tweeting “love wins”. Other landmarks in Australia to be lit up in the rainbow flag include the Melbourne Arts Centre, the National Gallery of Victoria and The Brisbane Story Bridge. In New South Wales, the rainbow flag flew at half-mast above... Read more
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Junkee
Here Are All The Australian Vigils And Tributes Happening For Victims Of The Orlando ShootingA rainbow flag will also be raised above the square for the duration of the vig
Here Are All The Australian Vigils And Tributes Happening For Victims Of The Orlando Shooting
Junkee / Posted 14 days ago
A rainbow flag will also be raised above the square for the duration of the vigil. Melbourne’s Art Centre spire and the National Gallery of Victoria will be lit in rainbow colours as well this evening, and a memorial was held at 2pm at the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. National Gallery of Victoria director Tony Elwood. Photo: Aaron Sawall In comparison, NSW... Read more
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WA Today
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. National Gallery of Victoria director Tony Elwood. Photo: Aaron Sawall In comparison, NSW... Read more
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The Age
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lessinstitutions place them among Australia's highest income earners - higher in so
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
institutions place them among Australia's highest income earners - higher in some cases than their political paymasters. National Gallery of Victoria director Tony Elwood. Photo: Aaron Sawall Art Gallery of NSW director Michael Brand earns... Read more
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Canberra Times
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. National Gallery of Victoria director Tony Elwood. Photo: Aaron Sawall In comparison, NSW... Read more
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WA Today
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awardsdocumented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other Peop
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awards
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
documented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other People, only to find at the awards dinner in the National Gallery of Victoria that it had become a co-winner with Richard Flanagan's The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Tony... Read more
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The Age
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awardsdocumented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other Peop
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awards
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
documented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other People, only to find at the awards dinner in the National Gallery of Victoria that it had become a co-winner with Richard Flanagan's The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Tony... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awardsdocumented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other Peop
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awards
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
documented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other People, only to find at the awards dinner in the National Gallery of Victoria that it had become a co-winner with Richard Flanagan's The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Tony... Read more
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Canberra Times
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awardsdocumented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other Peop
How The Sex Lives of Australians upset a PM and the PM's Literary Awards
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
documented. The Fiction panel had chosen Steven Carroll's A World of Other People, only to find at the awards dinner in the National Gallery of Victoria that it had become a co-winner with Richard Flanagan's The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Tony... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Photographer reinterprets ancient narratives of Maori arrival in New Zealandof colonial art, makes some gross historical assumptions and generalisations ab
Photographer reinterprets ancient narratives of Maori arrival in New Zealand
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
of colonial art, makes some gross historical assumptions and generalisations about the event. In a new exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, New Zealand-born photographer Greg Semu presents a series of powerful photographic works, using... Read more
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The Age
Julia de Ville wins Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize with tricolour taxidermied chicksone called Custard, which comprises 50 chicks in an enamel basin and one cradle
Julia de Ville wins Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize with tricolour taxidermied chicks
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
one called Custard, which comprises 50 chicks in an enamel basin and one cradled in an antique ice cream scoop, held by the National Gallery of Victoria. De Ville uses taxidermied animals of various shapes and sizes, including a lamb and the... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guardswarn the impost will add a major deterrent for employers looking to hire. Rich
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guards
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
warn the impost will add a major deterrent for employers looking to hire. Richard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never had long service leave. Photo: Arsineh Houspian But after a year-long investigation,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guardswarn the impost will add a major deterrent for employers looking to hire. Rich
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guards
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
warn the impost will add a major deterrent for employers looking to hire. Richard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never had long service leave. Photo: Arsineh Houspian But after a year-long investigation,... Read more
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WA Today
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guardswarn the impost will add a major deterrent for employers looking to hire. Rich
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guards
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
warn the impost will add a major deterrent for employers looking to hire. Richard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never had long service leave. Photo: Arsineh Houspian But after a year-long investigation,... Read more
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The Age
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guardsRichard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guards
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Richard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never had long service leave. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Imagine if you could take your long service leave with you from one job to the next. Thousands of Victoria's security... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guardsRichard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never
'Portable' long service leave proposed for cleaners, security guards
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Richard Riley, a security guard at the National Gallery of Victoria, has never had long service leave. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Imagine if you could take your long service leave with you from one job to the next. Thousands of Victoria's security... Read more
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The Age
Hall of mirrors or optical illusion? Danish artist Jeppe Hein's Semicircular Space appears at National Gallery of VictoriaSage McCrabb and Emerald McMillan test out the maze of mirrors in Semicircular
Hall of mirrors or optical illusion? Danish artist Jeppe Hein's Semicircular Space appears at National Gallery of Victoria
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Sage McCrabb and Emerald McMillan test out the maze of mirrors in Semicircular Space, in Federation Court at the National Gallery of Victoria. Photo: Justin McManus It's the ultimate mirror for the modern Narcissus and the perfect place to channel... Read more
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Perth Now
STM’s Best and Brightest list 2016is based in New York, but takes on major commissions anywhere from Paris to Chr
STM’s Best and Brightest list 2016
Perth Now / Posted 22 days ago
is based in New York, but takes on major commissions anywhere from Paris to Christchurch. Curator of Australian art at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) David Hurlston calls him “one of the most exciting young artists to have emerged from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wurundjeri group seeks $200,000 to bring William Barak picture homebought his pictures, though they were generally regarded as ethnographic pieces
Wurundjeri group seeks $200,000 to bring William Barak picture home
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
bought his pictures, though they were generally regarded as ethnographic pieces rather than works of fine art. The National Gallery of Victoria owns seven pictures by Barak, but according to its website none is currently on... Read more
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The Age
Wurundjeri group seeks $200,000 to bring William Barak picture homebought his pictures, though they were generally regarded as ethnographic pieces
Wurundjeri group seeks $200,000 to bring William Barak picture home
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
bought his pictures, though they were generally regarded as ethnographic pieces rather than works of fine art. The National Gallery of Victoria owns seven pictures by Barak, but according to its website none is currently on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wanted: $200,000 to buy this rare William Barak picture (but it may not be enough)bought his pictures, though they were generally regarded as ethnographic pieces
Wanted: $200,000 to buy this rare William Barak picture (but it may not be enough)
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
bought his pictures, though they were generally regarded as ethnographic pieces rather than works of fine art. The National Gallery of Victoria owns seven pictures by Barak, but according to its website none is currently on... Read more
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Daily Liberal
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. In comparison, NSW Premier Mike Baird is paid around $300,000, while the deputy premier and... Read more
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The Border Mail
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. In comparison, NSW Premier Mike Baird is paid around $300,000, while the deputy premier and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 24 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. In comparison, NSW Premier Mike Baird is paid around $300,000, while the deputy premier and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. In comparison, NSW Premier Mike Baird is paid around $300,000, while the deputy premier and... Read more
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The Young Witness
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. In comparison, NSW Premier Mike Baird is paid around $300,000, while the deputy premier and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lessinstitutions place them among Australia's highest income earners - higher in so
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
institutions place them among Australia's highest income earners - higher in some cases than their political paymasters. National Gallery of Victoria director Tony Elwood. Photo: Aaron Sawall Art Gallery of NSW director Michael Brand earns... Read more
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Western Advocate
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lesschief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,00
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Western Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
chief executive Louise Herron is paid $373,200. Both earn less than the $475,000 paid to Tony Ellwood, the director of the National Gallery of Victoria. In comparison, NSW Premier Mike Baird is paid around $300,000, while the deputy premier and... Read more
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The Courier
MoMA masterpieces coming to Victoriathe first time leave New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art bound for Vict
MoMA masterpieces coming to Victoria
The Courier / Posted 26 days ago
the first time leave New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art bound for Victoria. The exhibition to be hosted at the National Gallery of Victoria in 2018 will also include never before seen in Australia works from Marcel Duchamp and Jackson... Read more
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The Age
MoMA masterpieces coming to Victoriathe first time leave New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art bound for Vict
MoMA masterpieces coming to Victoria
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
the first time leave New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art bound for Victoria. The exhibition to be hosted at the National Gallery of Victoria in 2018 will also include never before seen in Australia works from Marcel Duchamp and Jackson... Read more
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The Border Mail
MoMA masterpieces coming to Victoriathe first time leave New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art bound for Vict
MoMA masterpieces coming to Victoria
The Border Mail / Posted 26 days ago
the first time leave New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art bound for Victoria. The exhibition to be hosted at the National Gallery of Victoria in 2018 will also include never before seen in Australia works from Marcel Duchamp and Jackson... Read more
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Herald Sun
MoMA masterpieces coming to Melbournein New York. Picture: Scott Rudd AN exhibition from New York’s famous Museum o
MoMA masterpieces coming to Melbourne
Herald Sun / Posted 26 days ago
in New York. Picture: Scott Rudd AN exhibition from New York’s famous Museum of Modern Art is coming to Melbourne. The National Gallery of Victoria today announced it had secured a world exclusive partnership to host the blockbuster show in... Read more
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Weekly Times
Soak up the city lightsshow includes 24 of Queen’s biggest hits, reflecting the scale and spectacle th
Soak up the city lights
Weekly Times / Posted 27 days ago
show includes 24 of Queen’s biggest hits, reflecting the scale and spectacle that marked the band’s live performances. THE National Gallery of Victoria is showing Degas: A New Vision from June 24 to September 18, the most significant survey of his... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The best ways to keep busy this winterscenes, female nudes and layered portraits come together as part of the Winter
The best ways to keep busy this winter
Adelaide Now / Posted 29 days ago
scenes, female nudes and layered portraits come together as part of the Winter Masterpieces series. Opens June 24 at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; ngv.vic.gov.au WINTER FESTIVAL In a country where snow is never seen in the city,... Read more
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