My visit to the Grollo Equiset Garden at the NGV to view its 2018 Architectural Commission Doubleground was all in all an experience to both admire and treasure
With simple direct imagery there is no doubt the Julian Opie exhibition at NGV International will be a popular show this summer as young people ask what is art?
An enigma in the history of Australian art painter John Peter Russell (1858-1930) is remembered as ‘warm-hearted, a man for whom friendships were very important
The exhibition from MoMA New York on show at NGV International until October 7, 2018 captures the je ne sais quoi of the eternal; a grand conversation of ideas
Royal College of Physicians modernist classical building at London by architect Sir Denys Lasdun, will be integral to the London Festival of Architecture, 2018
The Sydney Fair is a vintage wonderland designed to sell, held annually since 2013, the Royal Hall of Industries, Sydney Showground, Moore Park region of Sydney
The exhibition Japonisme: Japan and the Birth of Modern Art will draw from works in the NGV collection to be showcased NGV International 25 May–28 October, 2018
In the winter of 2018 the NGV presents MoMA at NGV 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art continuing its focus on expanding knowledge of art in the modern age
AA&ADA has announced their Antiques Fair at Melbourne will take place at Melbourne Showgrounds in 2018, with a Gala Preview May 3, and the Fair open May 4 – 6
NGV Triennial on show at National Gallery of Victoria is a cool classy celebration of contemporary art in our time; crowds of people, having a jolly good time
Fascinated by the works of classical Greece, sculptor Auguste Rodin broke the rules and the mould in many of his works, which were controversial but captivating
Louise Paramor: Palace of the Republic on show NGV Australia 17 November 2017 – 12 March 2018 should prove to add to the colourful Australian summer environment
The J. Paul Getty Museum has new acquisitions from Renaissance to Rococo and beyond, including a lost painting La Surprise by French artist Jean Antoine Watteau
Ettore Sottsass: Design Radical at The Met Breur, New York from July 21, 2017 will showcase furniture and furnishings from Memphis at the height of Italian cool
Twiggy, the face of 66 was the world’s first supermodel to pose on a modernist chair, or should we say a piece of ‘equipment for the home – who designed it?
The Sydney Fair invites simplicity of line enthusiasts from May 25 – 28, 2017 in the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park, Sydney for a sale suiting all budgets