Inside the National Gallery of Victoria, Federation Court is currently displaying Rock Melt by Jamie North. The six concrete columns appear to be slowly eroding and becoming overgrown by native plants including ferns and vines.
We spent a couple of hours wandering around Level 1 and Level 2 of NGV. The religious section has many fascinating works, from different materials such as this stained glass from 13th Century France...
...and this 16th Century Spanish Limestone sculpture.14th - 17th C Art and Design on Level 1 and 16th - 20th C Art and Design on Level 2 kept us enthralled during our visit.
Rembrandt - 17th Century and Flemish Paintings Level 2.
Picasso 1950 earthenware vase.
Gobsmacked by the incredible beauty and detail in the art on display in this room.
Andy Warhol Self Portrait no.9 - from the year of his death - 1987.
What: National Gallery of Victoria
Where: 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
How Much: FREE (some temporary exhibitions have admission fee)
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