Melbourne Art

Art in Melbourne


Home to Chloe, Heidelberg, Street Art and Yellow Peril

World renowned names synonymous with art: Sidney Nolan, John Brack, Arthur Streeton, Walter Withers, Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin and Charles Conder.
 
Melbourne is home to iconic art: Street Art, Collins Street 5 pm, HOTEL, Cow Up a Tree, Heide, Vault and Melbourne International Gateway.

This rich tradition continues with exhibitions of local artists, while Melbourne's street art and laneway art attracts visitors from around the world.
 
Melbourne is home to a thriving arts scene, boasting over 100 galleries ranging from large public institutions to small independent galleries and artist cooperatives.
 
  • Art = paintings, drawings, statues, sculpture, street art, graffitti
  • Galleries = public, private, independent, street,
  • Streets = public access, lanes, spaces
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Melburnian's love their sport but have a passion for it's art.

GALLERIES

See below for Featured Art exhibitions in Melbourne

FEATURED EXHIBITIONS


View Event: 1000 Doors
1000 Doors
Christian Wagstaff & Keith Courtney FRI 28 SEPTEMBER - SUN 21 OCTOBER 2018 Due to unforeseen circumstances, 1000 Doors will now open on Tue 2 October. A door is a beginning and an end, a promise and a warning. What waits on the other side..
Gallery: The Arts Centre
Melbourne
View Event: 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs
50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs
The National Geographic 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs at Melbourne Zoo Melbourne Zoo will be the first venue in the world to unveil a brand new outdoor exhibition curated by National Geographic. For 130 years, National Geographic has cham..
Gallery: Melbourne Zoo
Melbourne
View Event: A Nation Divided: The Great War and Conscription
A Nation Divided: The Great War and Conscription
The debate over conscription during the darkest years of the Great War has been described by some historians as the most bitter, divisive and violent ever to consume the nation. From 1916-1917 thousands of impassioned speeches were made, endless ..
Gallery: Old Treasury Building
Melbourne
View Event: Albert Tucker: Meditation on Bone
Albert Tucker: Meditation on Bone
MEDITATION ON A BONE - ALBERT TUCKER | BEYOND THE MODERN For this exhibition, artist and curator Glenn Barkley has mined Albert Tucker’s library and archive to explore how Tucker’s fascination with art of the past and other cultures informed..
Gallery: Heide | Museum Of Modern Art
Melbourne
View Event: Alicia Frankovich: Exoplanets
Alicia Frankovich: Exoplanets
6 October – 15 December 2018 Curator: Hannah Mathews Against the backdrop of new technologies, the critique of human actions in the Anthropocene epoch and the notion of a present that is increasingly determined by both the past and the future..
Gallery: Monash University Museum Of Art
Melbourne
View Event: Alison Russell - Featured Artist
Alison Russell - Featured Artist
It is said that creativity is a combination of the subconscious mind and intuition. For me, delving into the subconscious mind is of great interest and my recent work has unintentionally, and quite naturally, developed in this way. I work intuitively..
Gallery: Cambridge Studio Gallery
Melbourne
View Event: Angela Tiatia | Holding On
Angela Tiatia | Holding On
ANGELA TIATIA | HOLDING ON September 20, 2018 - November 11, 2018 Filmed on Tuvalu in the South Pacific, one of the most endangered nations currently facing the impacts of climate change, Holding On captures a struggle between the body of the a..
Gallery: Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
Melbourne
View Event: Archibald Prize Exhibition 2018
Archibald Prize Exhibition 2018
2018 Archibald Prize 22 September 2018 to 18 November 2018 First awarded in 1921, the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ Archibald Prize is Australia’s favourite art award, and one of its most prestigious. Awarded to the best portrait painting, ..
Gallery: Geelong Gallery
Melbourne
View Event: Art Deco Now | Embroiderers Guild Exhibition
Art Deco Now | Embroiderers Guild Exhibition
The Embroiderers Guild, Victoria. Annual Members Exhibition: Embroidery and Textile Art. Daily demonstrations Entry Fee, paid at door: Members and students $7 Non-members $10 Accredited carers with clients free Children under 12, accomp..
Gallery: Embroidery House
Melbourne
View Event: Art Projects 21 - Steps Gallery
Art Projects 21 - Steps Gallery
Peter Sanders 8 - 14 October Steps Gallery - Calendar 2018 CALENDAR FOR EXHIBITIONS IN 2018 MARCH Four at Steps Mary Raphael - Paintings Steve Messinis - Photography Thalia Andrews - Paintings Frixos Ioannides - Digital Art 22 -..
Gallery: Steps Gallery
Melbourne
View Event: ArtVo | Trick Art - Open
ArtVo | Trick Art - Open
Open 7 days a week Sun-Thurs 10am-6pm | Fri-Sat 10am-11.30pm Explore the interactive gallery over 11 themed zones touch the art and have fun! Entry Adult $25 Child (5 to 15 years) $15 Senior / Concession / Student $15 FAMILY Family ..
Gallery: Artvo | Trick Art Museum
Melbourne
View Event: Baldessin | Whiteley
Baldessin | Whiteley
NGV AUSTRALIA, FEDERATION SQUARE GROUND LEVEL 31 AUG 18 - 28 JAN 19 OPEN 10AM-5PM DAILY George Baldessin and Brett Whiteley were born in the same year - 1939 - and in the 1960s and 1970s experienced meteoric success in their respective citie..
Gallery: The Ian Potter Centre | Ngv Australia
Melbourne
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NGV INTERNATIONAL


National Gallery of Victoria is one of 2 public art galleries within one magnificent arts precinct on St Kilda Road, the other being The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia (next).

NGV International houses one of the world's finest international art collections of art, paintings, pottery and sculpture.

180 St Kilda Road, Southbank | NGV International | What's Showing


THE IAN POTTER CENTRE


NGV AUSTRALIA


The Ian Potter Centre located in the magnificent Federation Square in the heart of Melbourne's CBD houses Australian art including paintings, pottery and sculpture.

Corner Flinders Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne | Federation Square

The Ian Potter Centre | What's Showing

ACCA


Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

Heide is one of Australia's leading public art museums open daily. Celebrated for its award-winning architecture and breathtaking gardens, Heide has a rich and colourful social history and art heritage.

111 Sturt St, Southbank
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art | What's Showing

HEIDI


Museum of Modern Art

The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art is Melbourne’s leading contemporary art gallery presenting the most challenging, innovative and creative visual art of our time.

7 Templestowe Rd, Bulleen
Heidi | Museum of Modern Art | What's Showing

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