Photography

Melbourne Now – Tony Ellwood Announces Artists & Projects

Melbourne Now – Tony Ellwood Announces Artists & Projects

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Melbourne Now is a legacy project for the NGV having a lasting impact on its collections audiences and the relationship it fosters between the arts and the city

Sydney Modern – Designing An Art Museum for the 21st Century

Sydney Modern – Designing An Art Museum for the 21st Century

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Steven Lowy President Board Trustees & Michael Brand Director Art Gallery of NSW joined forces recently to unveil a visionary master plan for completion in 2021

Collecting Antiquities – Edward VII’s Right Royal Pastime

Collecting Antiquities – Edward VII’s Right Royal Pastime

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Francis Bedford’s photographs made it possible to identify antiquities in the Royal Collection that Prince Edward acquired on 1862 tour Cairo to Constantinople

National Portrait Gallery Australia, Face to Face Encounters

National Portrait Gallery Australia, Face to Face Encounters

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Portraits in the National Portrait Gallery Canberra document a moment in time for those whose lives made a difference to others memorable, macabre or otherwise

Vivienne WEstwood

Punk: Chaos to Couture – A Dialogue Between Art & Fashion

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Punk: Chaos to Couture, is not only an exhibition coming to The Met in NY this Spring, but also an ongoing dialogue between art, fashion and future lifestyle

Antique Treasure Trove Days @ The Arts Centre Melbourne

Antique Treasure Trove Days @ The Arts Centre Melbourne

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Bring your antique and art treasures to be appraised by a savvy team of dealers in The Famous Spiegeltent, recently erected in the forecourt of The Arts Centre Melbourne. Antique Treasure Trove days will be held Saturday February 16 and March 16, 2013, commencing with the first session at 9:30…

Lifeguards

Box Brownie’s, Boys, Boards, Bathers and Babes at the Beach

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Bill Henson gave Australian photographic creativity international focus with images quite unlike those taken by box brownies at the beach and Max Dupain in 50’s