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Celebrate all things new and unique at Melbourne Now

Posted By Holly On January 2, 2014

Melbourne's architecture, design and art stars come together for a new exhibition. Celebrate all things new and unique at Melbourne Now

As the metropolitan heart of Victoria, Melbourne is a pretty special city with a unique culture all its own.

If you're an art lover or just want to get a new experience of the city, you'll definitely want to make your way to the National Gallery of Victoria to catch a dynamic new exhibition called Melbourne Now.

Showcasing the best in art, architecture, design, performance and sound exhibitions and presentations, Melbourne Now highlights the city in a whole new way and is a must-see this summer.

Holiday accommodation is easy enough if you're coming from out of town, with Mantra Southbank located just an easy five minute walk away from the gallery.

It couldn't be simpler to enjoy this fantastic exhibition, so if you're wondering what to do in Melbourne you'll definitely want to stop by here.


"If you're an art lover or just want to get a new experience of the city, you'll definitely want to make your way to the National Gallery of Victoria to catch a dynamic new exhibition called Melbourne Now.


Throw yourself into Melbourne Now

This diverse exhibition captures the artistic efforts of a variety of collaborators from a range of different disciplines. There are over 175 group and individual presentations to enjoy, with special projects based on everything from visual arts and architecture to design, performance art and sound and dance.

Catch artists such as Leyla Acaroglu, Peter Atkins, Janet Beckhouse and many more as they put their work on show for Melbourne Now.

Some of the highlights you'll want to look out for include Penny Byrne's satirical iProtest project, 'An embroidery of voids' from celebrated video artist Daniel Crooks and Georgina Cue's intricate 'The Aleph' installation.

If you're bringing the children along, take them to see one of the special commissions that are fun for the whole family. The exhibition is on now and runs until March 23, 2014, so there's plenty of time to stop by the National Gallery of Victoria and enjoy it all.


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