I have appreciated Dior's early works, which are still very fashionable even today, and I have to sigh the creativity of French designers.
The International Pavilion of the National Gallery of Victoria is located on St. Kilda Street on the south bank of the Yarra River. NGV International Pavilion, designed by Australian architect Sir Roy Grandz, opened in 1968. In 1996, the Italian architect Mario Bellini presided over the reconstruction and expansion of the NGV International Pavilion, and it was reopened in 2003. One of the most important collections of NGV, "The Crying Woman" created by Picasso in 1937. It was purchased by the "Victoria Art Foundation" in 1986 under the sponsorship of the Lieberman family. Free to visit, great!
such a nice place in a middle of Melbourne to visit and join exibitions. went there twice and it was such a cool experience.
This is a great place! You can see many interesting pictures and there are lots of stories; Interested place to visit.
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.
such a beautiful place to spend the day. Great free exhibitions and amazing things happening all the time.
easy to visit from city and plenty of pictures , sculptures must visit here!