There’s no denying it, the National Gallery of Victoria is a sigma dom. If this building was a person, I would want them to step on me and then throw me down a flight of stairs.
That’s right, the National Gallery of Victoria is just that good. The National Gallery of Victoria is a maze of thought-provoking artworks, detailed labels explaining each piece’s meaning, and A+ angels to enjoy said handiwork from.
But what’s currently on at the National Gallery of Victoria? Whelp, here are two exhibitions that I cannot recommend highly enough.
Alexander McQueen is one the best fashion designers of the 1990s through till his death in 2010. His works are truly unique, being inspired by London’s queer club scene, the breadth of cinema, and a dosing of history.
The National Gallery of Victoria is displaying over 120 garments and accessories that McQueen worked on. But you better get in quick, cause this exhibition is only on at their International branch until April 16.
Get more deets about what’s going on at this Alexander McQueen exhibition by following the link here.
Top Arts 2023
If you want to feel inspired by some young guys, gals, and enbies, then Top Arts is for you. ‘Cause this exhibition is a series of lit pieces that were created by some Victorians while in high school. Yup, it features works that were made by a bunch of folks surviving year 12.
Don’t believe that such an exhibition’s worth your time? Then vibe with this work called Bigger Picture 2022 by Emma Tripp.
Isn’t the detail stunning? Don’t the aqua blues and the rosy pinks pop? Doesn’t it make you want to head down to the National Gallery of Victoria and learn what this piece’s all about?
Top Arts 2023 is taking place in The Ian Potter Centre until August 20. It’s also free, so you should totally score some extra info by following the link here.