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15 Artists Showcasing Work In The Second Installment Of The NGV Triennial

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15 Artists Showcasing Work In The Second Installment Of The NGV Triennial

The second Triennial at the NGV opens on 19 December.

The NGV’s doors have been closed for quite some time now, but when they’re thrown back open next weekend on 19 December visitors are going to find a massive second installment of the NGV Triennial — the large-scale exhibition of international contemporary art, design and architecture. (Featured image: ngvmelbourne)

This year’s Triennial has been constructed with four themes in mind — Illumination, Reflection, Conservation, and Speculation — and intends to offer a thought-provoking look at the world in its current state in addition to contributing to the global discourse regarding our future.

Featuring 86 works and projects by artists, designers and collectives from across the globe as well as Australia — including 34 never-before-seen, specially commissioned works — it is safe to say that the NGV International is going to be more amazing than usual. Some of the showcased works are from established and internationally recognised names, but there remains a strong contingent of emerging artists across multiple disciplines.

1. JR

Projects

2. Faye Toogood

Disciplines

3. Tabor Robak

Work

4. Jeff Koons

Artwork

5. Fallen Fruit

Projects

6. Refik Anadol

Public Art

7. Hannah Brontë

Vimeo

8. Porky Hefer

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Works

9. Fecal Matter

Collection

10. Kengo Juma

Exhibitions

11. Misaki Kawai

For you

12. Iris Van Herpen

Bespoke Designs

13. Brodie Neill

Projects

14. Atong Atem

Self portrait

15. Pierre Mukeba

Works

The NGV Triennial will run from Saturday 19 December 2020 to Sunday 18 April 2021. Entry is free, however, you must book your tickets in advance, which you can do here

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