The NGV is a must see on your trip to Melbourne! They always have world class art exhibitions and it has a great gift shop with a huge collection of art books and artist merchandise. Annual memberships offer great discounts to your purchases. The coffee shop has great coffee and food, but its a bit expensive for the mediocre atmosphere in the cafe. Tge gallery is walking distance to Flinders Street Station and South Bank restaurants and riverfront walks.
Always inspiring exgibitions that are well hung.
Walking south through the Yala River from Federal Square, you can walk for about ten minutes to the Art Museum, surrounded by pools outside, and many people sit and rest leisurely. There is a huge water curtain hole in the main entrance of the gallery, which is quite artistic. The main venue is free to visit. Special exhibitions need to buy tickets separately. The main visitors are three floors. There are many masterpieces of classical and modern Western art, such as Mark Rosk's Red, Picasso's Guernica, etc. There are also modern works of local artists. The Garden Restaurant on the first floor has a good environment, and you can have a cup of coffee when you are tired.
It's worth seeing. Outside the gallery is the tram station, which is very convenient. But remember to punch in the tram, because there are often staff checking tickets at this station. The treasure of the gallery's town hall is a Picasso work. There are many paintings, sculptures and so on. There are also more visitors. Freedom to take pictures seems to be a rule that flash is not allowed. An eye-opening place.
In this gallery you can see the works of world-class artists such as Picasso, Monet, Manet and Rembrandt. There are also many fine works of court painters of the Renaissance and even earlier times. Many paintings are based on biblical stories and famous historical figures. Anyway, if you do your homework well and visit again, you will have a good memory.
The National Gallery of Victoria has two grand galleries that are accessible on foot, and the fixed collections in both galleries are free to visit. Locals and tourists in Victoria can now enjoy the fine collections of two public galleries in a grand art exhibition area. At the end of St Kilda Road, cross the Yarra River to Federation Square, a cultural center surrounded by the renovated National Gallery of Victoria International (NGV International) on St Kilda Road. The International Museum of Victoria National Gallery is the world of international works of art. Various works of art from Europe, Asia, Oceania and America are displayed in the pavilion. Since the opening of the Victoria National Gallery in 1968 at St. Kodak Road, the collection has doubled to more than 70,000. As a truly landmark building in Melbourne, the pavilion has been completely redesigned to accommodate any of the most impressive exhibits in the Southern Hemisphere.
Museum of Art is worth visiting! First of all, the bright red ground with Chinese characteristics at the entrance is full of Chinese wind! ____________ The exhibition is divided into Chinese Pavilion, Japanese Pavilion, European Pavilion and so on. I saw Miyake's works and the works of Wedgwood. I even saw the real works of Andy Warhol. It feels good to visit the museum while looking up the information of the museum! __________ Maybe it's like quiet life when you are old.
The charm of art can not describe what kind of beautiful enjoyment it brings us. Every stroke outlines every touch of paint, vivid and lustrous. No matter the colorful scenery, the proud flowers or the people who work in the fields, they are beautiful deposits of life and the world. These brilliant masterpieces belong to the whole human race, so they remain in people's hearts.
Weizhou State Gallery of Art, free of charge, often exhibits, the design of the gate has the feeling of city wall, water curtain is said to have been designed many years and many years ago. I like the latest exhibition very much and feel like myself very much.
This Gallery covers many precious cultural relics in Europe and Asia, including China, oil paintings, porcelain and furniture, etc. Especially paper-cut during the Chinese Revolution, which evokes many memories of me.