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A saccharine pink pond opens in NGV’s garden

A saccharine pink pond opens in NGV’s garden

Embedded into the NGV’s Grollo Equiset Garden with an eye-catching a inviting pink hue, pond(er) – the NGV’s 2021 Architecture Commission – is officially open.

Today and Beyond – Sampling the Future

Today and Beyond – Sampling the Future

Sampling the Future is a must-see event for those looking to the future and a better world. With design the protagonist, the exhibition showcases just what can be achieved when creativity, science and technology combine to find a pathway forward.

Who’s next in line for the Australian Furniture Design Award?

Who’s next in line for the Australian Furniture Design Award?

The competition, presented by Stylecraft and the NGV, aims to support Australian design, with a number of prizes to supplement income and boost the profile of the winner.

NGV Contemporary design team will be one of these four

NGV Contemporary design team will be one of these four

Four inimitable Australian design teams have been officially announced as the finalists in the bid to design NGV Contemporary.

Get ready! It’s time to submit your ideas for Melbourne Design Week 2022

Get ready! It’s time to submit your ideas for Melbourne Design Week 2022

Melbourne Design Week is coming up again and expressions of interest are open. So if you’re a designer, educator or industry innovator, you better get cracking – submissions close September 23.

It’s on! NGV competition official jury announced and EOIs open

It’s on! NGV competition official jury announced and EOIs open

The National Gallery of Victoria’s Contemporary Design Competition is now accepting Expressions of Interest from Australian design teams.

MDW 2021 invites you to design the world you want

MDW 2021 invites you to design the world you want

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.

Trapped in your home? National Gallery of Victoria has opened a virtual collection

Trapped in your home? National Gallery of Victoria has opened a virtual collection

The Corona virus may have us quarantined, but you can still be a patron of the arts thanks to the NGV virtual collection.

Rei Kawakubo’s Offbeat Beauty at Collecting Comme

Rei Kawakubo’s Offbeat Beauty at Collecting Comme

The latest exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) inspired by Rei Kawakubo and her vision for fashion will blow you away.

A celebration of curiosity and observation, come take a seat on Bauhaus

A celebration of curiosity and observation, come take a seat on Bauhaus

Bauhaus is a meeting of modernity with the traditional pleasures of simplicity, versatility and lush colour and we can’t get our eyes off of it.

In Absence: Symbolic of both life and death

In Absence: Symbolic of both life and death

Open this week at The National Gallery of Victoria, In Absence is a cultural conversation through architecture by Edition Office and Indigenous artist Yhonnie Scarce.

<em>Civilization: The Way We Live Now</em> captures urban life and the human condition

Civilization: The Way We Live Now captures urban life and the human condition

Now open at NGV Australia, Civilization: The Way We Live Now is a photographic exploration of the globalised world – including people, movement and of course buildings.

Melbourne Design Week now calling for 2020 proposals

Melbourne Design Week now calling for 2020 proposals

How does design shape life? That is the theme set for Melbourne Design Week 2020. Do you have an idea for a talk, workshop or exhibition? Apply now.

Escher was the original paper architect

Escher was the original paper architect

As the Escher x nendo | Between two worlds exhibition continues to draw in crowds, we consider the timeless appeal of the Dutch master for architects and designers.

Design economies unite at BODW HK

Design economies unite at BODW HK

They say Australians are an intrepid bunch. Never was it more apparent than at Business of Design Week in Hong Kong, last week, which saw hundreds of Melbourne and Victoria-based designers head over to this burgeoning metropolis for a week of seminars and city experiences.

Between Two Worlds: Two creative minds collide at the NGV

Between Two Worlds: Two creative minds collide at the NGV

What do a multi-disciplined Japanese design studio and a Twentieth century master of optical illusion have in common? The latest exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria: Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds.

Modern Art co-collaborators: <em>MoMA at NGV</em> exhibition

Modern Art co-collaborators: MoMA at NGV exhibition

Tackling 130 years of experimentation across art and design, MoMA at NGV has been possible through careful collaboration between two leading institutions. And the results are set to inspire.

For art’s sake: a chair designed for Australia’s biggest art events

For art’s sake: a chair designed for Australia’s biggest art events

Chris Connell’s new chair design for Schiavello was made specifically to meet the needs of one of the biggest art events Australia has ever seen.

Escher collides with nendo in new NGV exhibition

Escher collides with nendo in new NGV exhibition

A never-seen-before exhibition combining art and design is set to take over the NGV this summer.

We like big design weeks (and we cannot lie)

We like big design weeks (and we cannot lie)

Melbourne Design Week has released this year’s program, and it’s dramatically bigger than last year.

NGV is on the hunt for the next Architecture Commission

NGV is on the hunt for the next Architecture Commission

The NGV Architecture Commission Design Competition is calling for entries for its fourth iteration, presenting the opportunity for an architect to propose a temporary pavilion that bridges design and art.

The Playfulness of Everyday Objects

The Playfulness of Everyday Objects

Thousands of unexpected objects, arranged in creative and clever ways. The We Make Carpets installation is sure to inspire for the NGV Triennial.