The Collective Art Gallery in Melbourne
"The Reptilia Series"
Blue Train Cafe Southbank, Victoria
www.artmelbourne11.com.au The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne Show in May 2011
The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne fair attracts over 15,000 visitors annually with the purpose of buying art. Featuring art that is both collectable and affordable, The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne show is one of the largest annual art fairs in Australia. Melbourneís affordable art fair offers something for every budget, with an extensive range of art available, from contemporary to traditional, emerging to investment. From educational art walks, floor talks, demonstrations and entertainment and a diverse range of galleries and hundreds of artists on site, they are the perfect environment to discover the art world, feel inspired and purchase original and authentic pieces you love.
www.artfair.com.au/fair Melbourne Art Fair 2012 in August 2012
Melbourne Art Fair is an exhibition of leading contemporary art, presented by over 80 selected national and international galleries. The biennial event features paintings, sculpture, photography, installation and multi media art works of over 900 artists and attracts up to 30,000 visitors. Melbourne Art Fair, Australia's premier visual arts event returns to the World Heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building from 1-5 August 2012
www.ngv.vic.gov.au The Ian Potter Centre: National Gallery of Victoria
The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square is the home of Australian art with superb collections of Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous art from the Colonial period to the present day. With more Australian art on permanent display than any other gallery in the world, as well as special exhibitions and programs, cafes, a restaurant and new perspectives of the city through its glass matrix, NGV Australia is more than a great place to view art. It's a completely fresh approach that encourages people from all walks of life to enjoy the world of art within the new cultural heart of Melbourne.
www.artfair.com.au Melbourne Art Fair 2010
Melbourne Art Fair is the leading art fair and public exposition in the Asia Pacific region and one of Australia's most significant exhibitions of contemporary visual art. Established in 1988, the Melbourne Art Fair is held biennially at the historic Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne. Melbourne Art Fair 2010 will be held from 4th August - 8th August.
www.art-almanac.com.au Art Almanac, The Australian Gallery Guide
Art Almanac, The Australian Gallery Guide is a monthly magazine listing art galleries and their exhibitions. Each issue of Art Almanac lists the monthly exhibition schedules of over 500 Australian art galleries, packaged in an easy-to-use format, supported by gallery maps, an artists' index, and profiles of current art exhibitions.
www.artsydney09.com.au The Weekend Australian Art Sydney
If you enjoy art, we promise youíll love Art Sydney, this is one event you simply canít miss out on! If you have friends, colleagues or clients who would love the chance to explore the wonderful world of art in a fun and informal environment, then head to The Royal hall of Industries, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park from 22nd-25th October.
www.artmelbourne09.com.au The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne
The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne is at the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton from 16 - 19 April 2009. Bringing together Melbourne's vibrant art scene and showcasing an extensive range of art to buy. The fair invites both first-time buyers and seasoned collectors to seek out exciting new artists and to browse the thousands of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photography, indigenous works, new media art and works on paper, including limited edition prints, many accessibly priced.
www.artsydney07.com.au Sydney's Premier Art Fair
Art Sydney 07 will take place at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park from Friday 26th - Sunday 28th October 2007, with First Night, the exclusive Preview to Art Sydney, taking place on Thursday 25th October.
Bringing together Sydney's vibrant art scene, Art Sydney offers collectors and newcomers to the art market the opportunity to view and choose from an enormous variety of art styles, mediums and content from paintings and sculpture to new media installations and art objects.
Featuring over 80 leading Australian galleries presenting new artwork from hundreds of established and emerging artists, no matter what your objective - be it investment or enjoyment, Art Sydney is the perfect place to keep up to date with the dynamic world of art and ask expert advice.
Art Sydney 07 really is the smart way to buy art!
Art Melbourne 08 will take place at the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton from Friday 18 - Sunday 20 April 2008.
First Night, the exclusive Preview to Art Melbourne will take place on Thursday 17th April.
Bringing together Melbourne's vibrant art scene, Art Melbourne offers collectors and newcomers to the art market the opportunity to view and choose from an enormous variety of art styles, mediums and content.
Art Melbourne features over 100 leading Australian galleries presenting new artwork from 800 established and emerging artists including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photography, indigenous works, art objects and works on paper including limited edition prints, all at affordable prices.
www.ngv.vic.gov.au About The National Gallery of Victoria
Since 1861, The National Gallery of Victoria has been displaying art works for the enjoyment of the community. In the mid-1990s, the gallery acknowledged that its St Kilda Road building could no longer successfully meet the demands of its growing collection and extensive exhibitions schedule.
The Victorian State Government agreed to an extensive redevelopment of the site, and also contribute toward the funding of a second NGV building at Federation Square.
The Collection is now split between The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square, home of Australian art, and NGV International at St Kilda Road, the new redeveloped building dedicated to the gallery's magnificent international artworks. Our visitors now have two wonderful NGV buildings dedicated to bringing art and people together.
Bundoora Homestead Federation Centre for the
Ian Potter Museum of Art
La Trobe University Museum of Art and Collections (Bundoora)
Manningham Gallery (Manningham)
MARS Melbourne Art Rooms (Port Melbourne)
Monash University Gallery (Clayton)
National Gallery of Victoria
Stonington Stables Museum of Art Deakin University (Malvern)
Ballarat Fine Art
Gallery (major regional gallery)
Benalla Art Gallery
Bendigo Art Gallery (major regional gallery)
Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum (major regional gallery)
The Convent (Daylesford)
Geelong Art Gallery (major regional gallery)
Hamilton Art Gallery (major regional gallery)
McClelland Gallery - Langwarrin
Mildura Arts Centre
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (major regional gallery)
Seymour Fine Art Gallery
Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery
Heide Museum of Modern Art