Planning your Friday night? We’re open from 6-10pm for late night access to Van Gogh and the Seasons, live music, bars and dining. Limited tickets available, book online: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Planning your Friday night Were open from 610pm for late night access
For Vincent van Gogh the changing seasons represented the ever-continuing cycle of nature and the passage of human life. Van Gogh and the Seasons is the first exhibition devoted to this central aspect of his art: [ Bit.ly Link ]
For Vincent van Gogh the changing seasons represented the evercontinuing cycle of
Juan Mendoza
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Tour Van Gogh and the Seasons with exhibition curator, Sjraar van Heugten, on NGV Channel: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Tour Van Gogh and the Seasons with exhibition curator Sjraar van Heugten on NGV Channel:
Rob Corkran
In 1967, Australians voted to remove clauses in the Constitution that discriminated against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. On the 50th anniversary of that historic referendum, learn how Aboriginal artists have challenged and responded to this legacy. Sun 28 May, 11am at NGV Australia: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Image: Installation view of Who’s Afraid of Colour? at NGV Australia
In 1967 Australians voted to remove clauses in the Constitution that discriminated
Take home a little piece of Vincent van Gogh from the NGV design store: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Photo: @ellen_zyl
Take home a little piece of Vincent van Gogh from the NGV design store:
Lisa Anne
Mary Anne Pritchard
Rach Lynch
Three emerging artists tell us how fantasy, imagination and the negative impact of humans on the ocean and animal species have moulded their works on display in Top Arts 2017. Free entry at NGV Australia: [ Bit.ly Link ]

With thanks to Principal Partner, Macquarie Bank.
Few influences were more important to Vincent van Gogh’s late paintings and drawings than Japanese woodblock prints. In Van Gogh and the Seasons see 33 works from the NGV Collection representative of what inspired Van Gogh: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Image: Utagawa Hiroshige
Mount Fuji from the fields of Ōtsuki, 1858
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased, 1961
Few influences were more important to Vincent van Goghs late paintings and
Annabelle Neilson
Veronika Rose Graham
Vanessa Leevers
Dance your way into the week with Girolamo Campagna’s putti
(cherub figures).

See this 16th century sculpture and other works inspired by love in the free exhibition Love: Art of Emotion 1400–1800. Now showing at NGV International: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Photo: @jellibat
Dance your way into the week with Girolamo Campagna’s putti
Sue Hope
The latest issue of NGV Magazine is available at NGV design store and online: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The NGV is proud to celebrate its rare holding of 19th century hardwood shields created by artists working in South Eastern Australia near the borders of what are now known as Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.

The designs on these shields are signifiers of the identity of these artists, whose names were not recorded. These precious cultural objects are of inestimable value to...
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The NGV is proud to celebrate its rare holding of 19th century
In a darkened, forest-inspired interior, Fiona Hall invites young people to express their feelings about the current state of the world and leave a message for display. The responses will capture the collective mood of a generation. Fiona Hall: Uneasy Seasons is free at NGV International: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Image: Installation view of Fiona Hall: Uneasy Seasons at NGV International. Photo:...
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In a darkened forestinspired interior Fiona Hall invites young people to express
What’s your favourite season? See them all in Van Gogh and the Seasons at NGV International. Open from 9am on weekends: [ Bit.ly Link ]

With thanks to Principal Partner, Mazda Australia.

Image: Installation view of Vincent van Gogh
Wheatfield 1888 Arles
Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii.
Gift of Mrs Richard A. Cooke and family in memory of Richard A. Cooke, 1946
Whats your favourite season See them all in Van Gogh and the
Negin Sharifi
Glenn Burnside
Sum Wot Perplext
In a special commission for the NGV, Melbourne artist Zoë Croggon has created a new body of work as part of the Festival of Photography, using collages, video and wallpaper. See these works for free at NGV International: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Image: Zoë Croggon
Headlong 2016
Collection of the artist
Courtesy of the artist and Daine Singer, Melbourne
© Zoë Croggon
In a special commission for the NGV Melbourne artist Zoë Croggon has
Andrew Dawn Malcolm
Vincent van Gogh’s great-grandnieces, Josien van Gogh and Sylvia Cramer, on keeping the legacy alive: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Asha Theuerkauf Nobbs
Skye Clarke
Hellen Thach
See recent photographs by Bill Henson now on display at NGV International. Free entry: [ Bit.ly Link ]

The NGV thanks Bill Bowness AO for his gifts donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program.

Photo: @aawalkerphoto
See recent photographs by Bill Henson now on display at NGV International Free entry:
Megan Rogers
Lindy Johnson
Janita M Miller
Planning a visit to Brook Andrew: The Right to Offend is Sacred this weekend? Uncover more about Andrew's practice with NGV’s Senior Curator of Indigenous Art, Judith Ryan on Sun 21 May, 11am. Free entry at NGV Australia, Level 3: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Planning a visit to Brook Andrew The Right to Offend is Sacred
Chris Sutton
Bernadette Cavill
Caroline Celli
Regram via @iamabfalecbaldwin. We look forward to sharing Candice Breitz’s video work Love Story with audiences this December in NGV Triennial: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Love Story was co-commissioned by the NGV with Outset Contemporary Art Fund, Hamburger Bahnhof- Museum für Gegenwart and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg.
Regram via iamabfalecbaldwin We look forward to sharing Candice Breitzs video work
Did you miss Who’s Afraid of Colour? We’ve extended the opening of two gallery spaces on Level 3 until July. Visit NGV Australia and discover the works of senior and emerging Indigenous female artists. Free entry: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Image: Katjarra Butler
Ngamurru 2010
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Gift of Wayne McGeoch through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program,...
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Did you miss Whos Afraid of Colour Weve extended the opening of
Lee-Anne Wigg
Therese Newton
Vivienne Bowe-wood
This Saturday find out what trends inspire photography practice as Patrick Pound and Ross Coulter join other artists, curators and academics for a series of talks exploring this popular art form. Book now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
This Saturday find out what trends inspire photography practice as Patrick Pound
Tim O'Shea