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National Gallery of Victoria

180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3006, Australia

Introduction of National Gallery of Victoria

Located in downtown Victoria Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria is Australia's largest art gallery with world-class art treasures from Australia, Europe and Asia.

National Gallery of Victoria is one of the best places to learn about art and culture in Australia. It is a new entrance to the art world, inspiring people to enjoy the wonderful art world in Melbourne new cultural center.

The National Gallery of Victoria consists of two parts: the Victoria National Gallery International Museum (NGV International) on the south bank of the Yalá River (Yarra River) and the Ian Porter Center on the Federal Plaza (Federation Square) on the north bank of the Yalá River: the National Gallery of Victoria (The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia), Australia. The two pavilions are located across the Yalá River and can be reached within five minutes of walking distance.


Victoria National Gallery International Museum ,180 St. Coda Road (St Kilda Road)

Victoria National Gallery International Museum is the world of international art. The pavilion displays various works of art from Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. Since the National Gallery of Victoria was inaugurated on St. Coda Road in 1968, the collection has doubled to over 70,000. The fully redesigned pavilion, as Melbourne veritable landmark, is well placed to accommodate any of the most impressive exhibits in the lower hemisphere (Southern Hemisphere). Also unique is the architecture of the Victoria National Gallery International Museum. The blue tower is reflected in the water and becomes a unique view. The most special is the gate, which is a screen wall made of glass mirror, and the clear water pouring down the glass mirror like a misty waterfall.


Ian Porter Center, Federal Plaza: National Gallery of Victoria, Australia

Ian porter center: the national gallery of victoria australia is a collection of australian works of art, featuring a wide range of native and non-native collections from colonial times to modern times. The National Gallery of Victoria, Australia, has the world's largest collection of fixed exhibits from Australia. It is not just a great place to watch art, but also features exhibitions and events, cafes, restaurants and a fresh view of the city from the glass matrix in the museum.


International Pavilion's latest exhibition:

  • From June 3,2019 to October 13,2019:" Qin Shihuang Terracotta Warriors: Parallel Exhibition of Immortal Guards and Cai Guoqiang (Terracotta Warriors &Cai Guo-Qiang Exhibition) Terracotta Warriors &Cai Guo-Qiang Exhibition) here to buy tickets online
  • September 20,2019 to April 13,2020:" The company of KAWS: lonely age "(KAWS: Companionship in the Age of Loneliness), click here to buy tickets online


Tickets:

  • Free


Open time:

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Loc:
Australia - Victoria
Kind:
Attraction - Museum
Alias:
维多利亚国家美术馆、NGV
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(03) 8620 2222
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