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Who’s Afraid of Colour? NGV Showcasing Indigenous Creativity

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Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a new exhibition at NGV Australia in Melbourne showcasing works produced by indigenous women at the vanguard of contemporary practice

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The Language of Ornament – National Gallery of Victoria 2017

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The Language of Ornament a FREE entry exhibition at NGV International from February 25 2017 will challenge the mind, engage the spirit and connect with the soul

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, 1964
Photo © Rex Features (8621a)

Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style – Star Power Glamour at NGV

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The National Gallery of Victoria exhibition Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style is a riot of colour dazzling love jewellery that’s a changing form of human expression

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Human Kind – English and Australian Identity, 1700 – 1914

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Human Kind, transforming identity in British and Australian portraits 1700-1914 is the title of a four day conference, September 8 – 11, 2016 held in Melbourne

Whistler’s Mother – A Portrait of Piety at NGV International

Whistler’s Mother – A Portrait of Piety at NGV International

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Whistler’s Mother the subject of a stylish exhibition at NGV International completed in 1871 has achieved universal recognition and admiration as an icon in art