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Art & Culture

MoMA comes to Melbourne

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is now showing a world-premier exhibition – MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art. An international exclusive, the exhibition opened on ...
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Parrtjima – A Festival in Light

The annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light will return to Alice Springs (Mparntwe), from 28 September – 7 October 2018, for its third year which promises to be its biggest yet. ...
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John Russell exhibition at Art Gallery NSW

Heralded as Australia’s French Impressionist, John Russell’s engagement with French Art and his fellow artists has produced an alternate history of Australian art. From July, the Art Gallery of New ...
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First timer’s guide to Chicago

Chicago. The name conjures up thoughts of Al Capone, the Irish, the band (they are the second highest selling American band of all time behind the Eagles), the Cubs, and ...
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Creative LAKE foreshore outdoor art exhibition

The Creative LAKE public art and sculpture trail, located along the foreshore of Lake Macquarie, features seven unique artworks by established Australian and international artists. Spread out across the Warners Bay, ...
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Korean Film Festival returns to Australia

The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA), returns to Australia in 2018 for its ninth year, taking place in Sydney (9-18 August), Brisbane (15-16 August), Melbourne (6-13 September), and Canberra ...
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King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh, California Science Centre

King Tut coming to Sydney

The Australian Museum is set to undergo an extensive $50 million refurbishment as it gets ready to host Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh – the largest and most significant ...
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Carrières de Lumières, Les Baux-De-Provence, France

This former limestone quarry, opened in 1800, is now the most beautiful art gallery, a multimedia delight using the huge vertical walls as a backdrop. From now until 6 January, ...
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National Gallery Victoria

National Gallery of Victoria, Australia

Australia’s complex colonial history will be explored at the National Gallery of Victoria with two complementary exhibitions. Colony: Australia 1770–1861 and Colony: Frontier Wars, take a look at the art ...
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Carrières de Lumières

Carrières de Lumières, Les Baux-De-Provence, France

This former limestone quarry, opened in 1800, is now the most beautiful art gallery, a multimedia delight using the huge vertical walls as a backdrop. From now until 6 January, ...
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