Melbourne is a place full of literary and artistic atmosphere. In addition to coffee, food culture, the streets and alleys are full of artistic atmosphere.
And many people's favorite, the most literary and artistic place, full of humanistic ideas is the art gallery.
And the best part is that the photos in these art galleries are very beautiful!
1.Unfinished business at ACCA
The theme of this ACCA exhibition is feminism. The topic is unfinished business. What I want to convey is the evolving nature of feminism. It has been ongoing and never ended. These very serious topics are expressed by artists in a special way.
This work is full of protest posters with slogans such as "feminism for everyone" and "feminism for indifference". On the side are the dresses of Ruth O'Leary and some mothers, hanging skirts full of angry slogans.
There are still many big topics expressed in a relaxed way in the exhibition hall. While it is worth taking pictures, it can also cause us to think about those big propositions that we would never think of.
111 Sturt St, Southbank VIC 3006. Australian Centre For Contemporary Art
Closed on Monday,
Tuesday to Friday: 10 AM – 5pm,
Weekend 11AM – 5Pm
2.Four shows at NGV Australia
In addition to the Triennial show, there are many other exhibitions in the other exhibition halls.
There is Our knowing and not Knowing by Australian female artist Helen Maudsley,
The Highway is a Disco by Del Kathryn Barton
Louise Paramor's Palace of the Republic uses many oriental elements, coupled with modern geometric composition, the sense of conflict is particularly interesting.
Are very worth taking photos
3.Wallace and Gromit and Friends: The Magic of Aardman
The little fairies of this puppy image must be very familiar. They are the puppy in the famous clay animation Xiao En Shaun.
This exhibition at ACMI contained the author's manuscripts and the prototypes of the moving clay figures we saw on TV.
It’s so cute that the cute scenes in these cartoons have turned into real scenes.
And at the exhibition site, you can have the opportunity to participate in the production of the clay villains.
Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000
10 am-5pm daily
4.All the Better to See you With
This exhibition contains more fairy tales. Rewrite the changes in human emotions over the centuries
Participating in the exhibition are those plasticine sculptures taken by local Australian artist Amanda Marburg on the terrible tabletop
The video work Mastering Bambi by Broersen & Lukács completely removes the protagonist from the landscape, leaving behind an unforgettable fairytale forest.
The story of the abandoned Disney princess in Dina Goldstei can touch everyone's heart
These works with a sense of fantasy and modernity seem to take everyone into a parallel world that they have never seen before.
Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne
Closed on Monday,
Tuesday to Friday: 10am to 5pm
Weekend: 12 noon to 5pm
5.Fred Williams and Rosemary Laing
Two artists separated by decades use Tarra Warra to show their understanding of natural appearance
Rosemary Laing's work shows a sense of belonging in a strange land, and this sense of belonging is completely different in this immigrant country
He is good at combining human behavior with nature to make nature approachable.
At the same time, one of Australia's most famous artists, Fred Williams's paintings are good at using new painting methods and new color combinations to show nature.
The colors of his paintings don’t appear often
The special color and composition are also particularly suitable for taking pictures.