If you happen to be around the Arts Precinct, we suggest you to visit NGV. As usual the NGV hosts its permanent collection ranging from Australian to European art, but it is a good idea to keep updated with their seasonal exhibition.
This time of the year, there are some interesting temporary exhibitions that we can recommend.
This duo fashion artists based in Amsterdam is having their works displayed at NGV for the first time ever. This avant-garde duo has a radical concept of 'wearable art', which intrigues the audience every time because their works are rather brave and bold.
And as always, NGV prepares a great kids section for this special exhibition where the kids can experiment on Viktor&Rolf style, keeping everyone even your little one comes out of the exhibition feeling inspired.
- Semicircular Space by Jeppe Hein
A work by contemporary Danish artist, Jeppe Hein, fills the hall of NGV as soon as you enter the building. The work blurs reality and perception, making you feel like you are in a maze.
- NGV Architecture Commission by M@ Studio Architects
There is something going on in the backyard of NGV where an installation of a carwash resembling a real carwash in Blackburn takes place. A playful reinvention and a bold representation of the suburbia, this installation titled "Haven't you always wanted...?" is a gathering place over spring and summer where people can enjoy talks, music performances and simply enjoying the outdoor.