The art of drawing will be turned on its head this May when the National Gallery of Victoria’s Children’s Gallery is given over to the creative and absurdist talents of Melbourne-based Italian design duo Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli of … More
The ground-breaking work of Australian photographer and filmmaker Sue Ford will be explored in a major retrospective opening at the National Gallery of Victoria on 17 April. One of the most important practitioners to emerge in the wave of 1970s … More
The National Gallery of Victoria will present the large-scale, immersive video works of Wang Gongxin, one of China’s most respected video artists, in a solo exhibition to open on 11 April 2014. Wang Gongxin: Video Artist will present three works … More
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