Miso and the Crossbar Café at NGV Australia

Miso (Stanislava Pinchuk)
born Ukraine, 1988, lives and works Melbourne
Diary drawings 2012
pencil and coloured pencil
The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia
© Miso (Stanislava Pinchuk)
Miso (Stanislava Pinchuk)
born Ukraine, 1988, lives and works Melbourne
Diary drawings 2012
pencil and coloured pencil
The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia
© Miso (Stanislava Pinchuk)

Miso is a Melbourne street artist who has risen to international prominence through her distinctive Art Nouveau inspired depictions of women. Her work, which is often presented framing doorways, typically combines cut-paper paste-ups with intricate hand-painted patterning.

While Miso’s practice has its origins in the streets and laneways of Melbourne her work has, more recently, been appearing in more traditional gallery settings. She was represented in the National Gallery of Australia’s ground-breaking exhibition Space Invaders in 2010 and was a contributor to the Everfresh mural that helped launch NGV Studio in 2011.

Over the next few weeks Miso will be in residence at the Crossbar Café on Level 3 at NGV Australia where she will be undertaking a major site specific mural that promises to completely transform the look and feel of the café. Make sure you drop by to witness one of our most significant young street artists at work. The Crossbar Café  has great coffee, a range of delicious snacks and meals and a stunning view of the Yarra River so why not stay for a while and enjoy the hospitality!

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