Melbourne just got hit by a tidal wave at the NGV

NGV great wave kanagawa hokusai exhibition

A tidal wave of art!

Lunch in Melbourne with Vincent Van Gogh

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When you’re celebrating iconic artists like Vincent Van Gogh, it’s got to be with a bang, and that’s exactly what Sofitel Melbourne On Collins set out to achieve. Inspired by the National Gallery of Victoria’s newly opened Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition, Van Gogh & The Seasons, we were treated to a dining experience like no […]

See ‘The great wave off Kanagawa’ at the NGV in Melbourne

The Great Wave off Kanagawa

From 21 July 17 – 15 October 17 you will be able to see one of the most well-known pieces of Japanese art in conscionable memory is coming to Australia and you need to go and see it.  Hokusai is the first major presentation in Australia at Victoria’s National Gallery (NGV) of one of Japan’s most […]

Vincent Van Gogh is coming back to the NGV

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The National Gallery of Victoria, in partnership with Art Exhibitions Australia, is bringing back the great works of Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh in Van Gogh and the Seasons for the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series in 2017. The exhibition has been curated by Sjraar van Heugten, independent art historian and former Head of Collections at the […]

You need to see the Viktor & Rolf exhibition at the NGV

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On until 26 February this year, Melbourne’s premiere art gallery, the National Gallery of Victoria is housing some of the most astounding pieces of fashion couture from Dutch designers, Viktor & Rolf. Majorly fashion geeking out over the EPIC exhibition at the NGV of legendary avant-garde Dutch designers Viktor & Rolf ??So much talent and […]

NGV Holds ‘Degas: A New Vision Exhibition’ For Winter

This winter, the National Gallery of Victoria is exhibiting a collection of over 200 artworks created by Edgar Degas, one of the most celebrated artists of the French Impressionism movement.   The former director of the Musee D’Orsay and the Louvre Museum, Henri Loyrette has been studying Degas for over 40 years, and has curated […]

Meet Whistler’s Mother at the National Gallery of Victoria

For the first time in history, one of the most famous pieces of artwork the world has known, Portrait of the artist’s mother, 1871 by James McNeill Whistler – more casually known as Whistler’s Mother – is on display at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). It’s on loan from the Muse?e d’Orsay in Paris and is in […]