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This exhibition features highlights from the archaeological collection of Heritage Victoria. The field of historical archaeology has developed and matured over the last 20 years, and for the first time it is now possible to see the evolving story…(more)
The lineage of abstraction has generally been presented in terms of two streams. The first progresses from Paul Cézanne and Georges-Pierre Seurat through to Cubism and then Geometric and Constructivist Abstraction. The second moves from Paul Gauguin through to the Fauves, Wassily Kandinsky to Surrealism and finally onto Abstract Expressionism.
While this structure assists with pigeon-holing movements...(more here)
The Basil Sellers Art Prize encourages artists to take on the theme of sport in any artistic medium and supports artists whose work explores Australia’s obsession with sport.
Sixteen finalists have been selected for the fourth Basil S…(more)
By the mid-19th century Victoria had become a destination of choice for free settlers. The discovery of gold in 1851 encouraged mass migration which saw the colony grow from 76,000 to 540,000 in a decade. Cities such as Melbourne, Bendigo and Bal…(more)