NGV has done it once again, securing the internationally renowned India Mahdavi to design its latest major exhibition. Meanwhile, Daniel Emma studio takes over the NGV Kids gallery. All in all, it makes for an outstanding exhibition visit at NGV International.
With raw, elemental features, Design Wall 2023 honours Melbourne’s vibrant product design scene and encapsulates a commitment to sustainability.
As NGV’s top design curators, Simone LeAmon and Ewan McEoin have big dreams for the design sector. And they’re coming at it with energy and ambition.
It’s back, bigger and brighter than ever. The clock is ticking and Melbourne Now is certain to make a sensational impact when it opens on 24 March 2023.
The Rigg Design Prize returns with a new focus on advertising and communication design. Let’s find out what NGV has in store for us this year.
Leanne Amodeo rounds up the Indesign team’s favourite Helen Kontouris designs.
Time periods collide in the Temple of Boom, the latest Architecture Commission, set to grace to gardens of the NGV this summer.
An initiative of the National Gallery of Victoria in collaboration with the Melbourne Art Foundation, the inaugural Melbourne Design Fair runs from 16 – 20 March.
With a new architectural competition just announced, those who comprise the design community in Australia have the opportunity of a lifetime – to create something that will change and enhance the landscape of Melbourne, art and architecture forever.
Melbourne Design Week returns in 2021 to explore the theme ‘Design the world you want’ and expressions of interest are open now until 9 September.
The Corona virus may have us quarantined, but you can still be a patron of the arts thanks to the NGV virtual collection.
Ecosoft carpet tiles are more than just a comfortable, aesthetic solution for your flooring needs. Through advanced recycling techniques, the brand is looking to remove one billion discarded plastic bottles from landfills and oceans across the globe.