Search results for: August 2013

Melbourne Now countdown – day 83

Conservator, Catherine Earley, speaks about preparing for Melbourne Now.   I’ve just come back to my desk after taking part in a project meeting for Melbourne Now.  Armed with a list of artists and artworks my mission at these recurring meetings …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 84

Laith McGregor grew up in Queensland and moved to Melbourne in 2002. Although his degree at the VCA was in painting, McGregor rapidly established a reputation for his meticulously worked ballpoint ink portraits. His work has been included in key …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 85

For many months now, the Publications team at the National Gallery of Victoria has been immersed in developing, commissioning and producing an exciting suite of four publications – a limited-edition volume, an exhibition guide, a book for kids and an …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 86

Designed by architects McBride, Charles, and Ryan, Community Hall is a purpose built space for Melbourne Now that will be located on the ground floor of NGV International. Reminiscent of an amphitheater, its circular design will accommodate a range of interchanging …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 87

Marco Fusinato is an artist, musician and sound curator who is primarily interested in the aspirations, forms and failures of radical politics and the aesthetic and potential of disruption.   He has been exhibiting in galleries, performing and recording for …  More

Melbourne Now countdown – day 88

Caleb Shea is one of a number of artists making new work for Melbourne Now. From late November when the exhibition opens, the sculpture terrace at NGV International will come alive with the artist’s colourful geometric constructions.   Shea draws …  More

Q&A with HARMONY

Describe your sound in 5 words or less? Gallows gospel blues.     If your music was an artwork what would it look like? A Sidney Nolan faked by Clive Palmer.     Who’s your favourite artist/artwork? Dead heat between …  More