Search results for: 2012

Byron the cat reviews NGV gift book Curious Cats

Despite the tragic oversight that I am not in it, this is my new favourite book. I didn’t really need to have my superiority over those who are privileged to share my home and food confirmed in print, but it …  More

A new range of gift books from the NGV

The NGV has published an exciting new range of gift books – Dashing Dogs, Curious Cats and Flourishing Flowers – just in time for Christmas! Each title is a visual delight that unearths much-loved and little-known gems in the Gallery’s …  More

Yogyakarta’s contemporary art scene

Kelly Gellatly, Curator, Contemporary Art, talks to Edwina Brennan, Exhibition Coordinator, about working with Eko Nugroho and Jompet Kuswidananto and her trip to Yogyakarta. KG: More than half of Indonesia’s 240 million citizens are under 29 years of age. Is …  More

Ballet & Fashion – Exhibition Design

The Ballet & Fashion exhibition marks a celebration of form, movement, colour, texture and design for dance and stage. The exhibition showcases 20 costumes created by major fashion designers for world-class performances. A union that can be enjoyed in part thanks …  More

A few of my favourite things: Cataloguing loans for exhibitions

In addition to our collection displays, the NGV offers a rich schedule of exhibitions across both our Australian and international art venues. A checklist of the artworks to be displayed is prepared for each exhibition and these checklists comprise all …  More

My Voice Would Reach You

My Voice Would Reach You by Japanese artist Meiro Koizumi is presented at NGV International until 17 November as part of Experimenta Speak to Me, 5th International Biennial of Media Art. The biennial brings together works that offer multiple perspectives on …  More

NGV Volunteer Alex Clark on RALLY: Contemporary Indonesian Art

Alex Clark is one of the lovely volunteers who helped install RALLY: Contemporary Indonesian Art – Jompet Kuswidananto & Eko Nugroho. Inspired by Eko’s  Waterwall mural Flick that chip from your shoulder (2012),  Alex drew this charming illustration entitled ‘Eko at Work’. …  More