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Residency program at Monash University’s Faculty of Art Design & Architecture...

Monash University www.monash.edu.au/muma Nominations are sought for the 2013 residency program at Monash University’s Faculty of Art Design & Architecture in Melbourne, Australia The residency is an...

Melbourne contemporary artist Brent Harris exhibits at the National Gallery of...

MELBOURNE.- The National Gallery of Victoria opened the highly anticipated self-titled exhibition of Melbourne contemporary artist, Brent Harris. Dr Gerard Vaughan, Director, NGV said: “Brent Harris is one of Australia’s most celebrated artis...

Exhibition of One of Australia’s Most Renowned and Eminent Landscape Artists...

MELBOURNE.- The National Gallery of Victoria opened Eugene von Guérard: Nature Revealed, a superb exhibition which takes an in depth look, for the first time in over 30 years, at one of Australia’s most renowned and eminent landscape artists, Eug...

National Gallery of Victoria Presents Creative Responses to the Experience of...

MELBOURNE.- On 4 April, the National Gallery of Victoria opened Deep Water, an exhibition that presents creative responses to the experience of water in the landscape and at sea. Drawn entirely from the NGV’s Photography Collection, Deep Water co...

Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria Presents Creative Responses to...

MELBOURNE.- On 4 April, the National Gallery of Victoria opened Deep Water, an exhibition that presents creative responses to the experience of water in the landscape and at sea. Drawn entirely from the NGV’s Photography Collection, Deep Water co...

"Dynamic Duo" Appointed to Curate 2012 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art

ADELAIDE.- Art Gallery of South Australia Director, Nick Mitzevich today announced the appointment of Alexie Glass-Kantor and Natasha Bullock as curators of the 2012 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. Nick Mitzevich said, “Natasha Bullock and Al...

Some of the Earliest Photographs of Fiji from 1881 to Make...

LONDON.- An extraordinary journey into the heart of Fiji some 129 years ago by three British brothers, carrying with them all the heavy paraphernalia associated with early photography, returned in triumph with images that still fascinate today. This re...

Some of the Earliest Photographs of Fiji from 1881 to Make...

LONDON.- An extraordinary journey into the heart of Fiji some 129 years ago by three British brothers, carrying with them all the heavy paraphernalia associated with early photography, returned in triumph with images that still fascinate today. This re...

National Gallery of Australia Announces $7 Million Philanthropic Gift from Pauline...

CANBERRA.- The National Gallery of Australia today announced a landmark gift of $7million from well known Melbourne based philanthropists Pauline Gandel and John Gandel AO. “The National Gallery of Australia has an essential role in developing the na...

Painting by Monet to Make a Planned Early Departure from Exhibition

MELBOURNE.- Calling all Monet fans: you need to hurry on down to the NGV’s European Masters exhibition before 9pm Wednesday 1 September! Claude Monet’s fascinating work The Luncheon is making a planned early departure from the National Galler...

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