Greeted by the beautiful waterfall and a very modern building visitors can soak the “fragrance of the art” .
A jazz duo with warm tones and dreamed invites you to leave out the problems and before to go the beautiful garden gallery , our eyes are dazzled by the brightness of the beautiful building , modern but cozy.
Outside the building I have admired some wonderful sculptures of the mid- twentieth century , and some newer artists .
The museum has three levels , on the first and third floors where you can admire some precious works by artists such as Modigliani , Picasso , Andy Warhol, Lewis, Spencer and many others.
The NGV Collection contains over 68,000 works of art and approximately 87% of its records are available for viewing here.
The temporary exhibition instead travel through design works both Australia and in particular Melbourne and is overseas .
Well cared for the part dedicated to the manufacture of jewelry , presented in various forms and colors in shades of delicate situations with more bright colors and complex constructions .
Very cool the part dedicated to the seventies , where the optical lights in the repertoire of classical music by the Beatles, Beach Boys and glam rock .
About Melbourne Now
Melbourne Now celebrates the latest art, architecture, design, performance and cultural practice to reflect the complex creative landscape of Melbourne.
This ambitious and far-reaching exhibition across The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia and NGV International presents the various ways in which visual artists and creative practitioners profoundly contribute to the society in which we live, and to Melbourne as a city with a unique and dynamic cultural identity.
Melbourne Now is a collaborative, cross-disciplinary project that has involved staff from all areas of the NGV, as well as a team of guest curators and artistic collaborators whose expertise and networks represent the excellence and diversity of Melbourne’s cultural community.
The exhibition involves more than 175 individual and group presentations, as well as a suite of special projects which extend from the visual arts to architecture and design, dance and choreography, performance art and sound. We acknowledge the significant involvement of participating artists, designers and practitioners, and the equally important support provided by philanthropic, government and corporate partners.
Melbourne Now includes a series of ‘exhibitions within the exhibition’, commissions for children and families, installations by artists engaging with the NGV collection, off-site and special projects and a Community Hall and garden inviting a wide range of community expression.
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