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The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia. Situated over two magnificent buildings – NGV International and NGV Australia – the Gallery presents over 40 exhibitions a year including major international...more
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The NGV has one of the best collections of European and Asian art in the world.
The Alfred Felton bequest and other significant donations has enabled the gallery to acquire the best.
Jackson Pollock’s controversial ‘Blue Poles’ is worth a look.
The gallery is free,...More
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is one of our favourite destinations when visiting Melbourne. It always has an excellent exhibition and currently is holding an exhibit on Escher (available until 7 April).
The good news is museum entry is free. There are some beautiful pieces in the collection, though overall the museum has an odd collection of art. Adding to the seemingly random collection is the strange way it's displayed. Great break from the rainy day, but...More
With space and a wonderful display of art from around the world this gallery is a must. It is not too large so it is possible to view everything superficially on ones first visit and then you can pop in again to see the special...More
An ever changing collection of some amazing international art.The galleries are well laid out and the curators put a lot of work into presenting works in a new way to help visitors gain more out of their visit. Staff are very friendly and the free...More
Tremendous special exhibition of a large number of Escher works and related displays. Big crowd on Saturday morning so arrive early to beat that. Easy to move around once you pass early choke points. Fabulous skilful, creative prints with many favourites plus modern displays
I must be the only person who has problems with the NGV. I recently visited the Escher Exhibition which was huge, but terrific. Well done!
However, I queued for 25 minutes with 100 others to get my ticket. Just 3 sales people, which became only...More