PROXY – Geoff Todd

An individualist, of strongly held moral and ethical conviction, with an abiding interest in social justice issues, Geoff Todd has always pursued his own distinctive path. If there is a bandwagon being boarded, he will s...

George Nelson: Icon of American Modernism

George Nelson was one of the most influential figures in American design during the second half of the twentieth century. This comprehensive retrospective explores the visionary work of Nelson who was not only a leading ...

Roy Lichtenstein: Pop remix

Roy Lichtenstein was a  master of appropriation. Applying a systematic approach to his creative energy,  the artist’s entire body of work was constructed following a sophisticated  strategy of image selection, reinterpre...

David Larwill: Ten years on

David Larwill’s highly irreverent and individualistic approach to art and life is the focus of this Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery survey exhibition which covers a decade of work from 2002 to 2011. Nationally and ...

Ladies of the Chorus

According to legend, a chorus girl leaves the back row to replace a suddenly indisposed leading lady.  In doing so she not only ‘saves the show’ but gives a performance so electrifying that she herself become...

Ian Strange: Suburban

The remarkable work of New York-based Australian artist Ian Strange will take centre stage at NGV Studio from 27 July. Suburban is the culmination of Strange travelling for two and a half years through neighbourhoods in ...

Carol Jerrems: photographic artist

Carol Jerrems: photographic artist pays tribute to a period in recent Australian history, showing how Jerrems participated in and helped to define Melbourne’s subculture and style in the 1970s. This extraordinary exhibit...

Sydney moderns: art for a new world

In the years between the two world wars, Sydney was a thriving modern metropolis. By the 1920s its population had grown to one million and its urban environment was being transformed by exciting new structures, including...