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Media Release • 8 May 20

LIVE IN-STUDIO ARTIST VISTS

Jon CAMPBELL
DUNNO (T. Towels) (2012)
synthetic polymer paint, metallic paint, enamel paint, fibre-tipped pen and glitter on printed cotton and linen, collage of cut tea towels, printed paper, synthetic polymer paint and fibre-tipped pen on paper, oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas
(a-gggg) 320.0 x 1160.0 cm (variable) (overall)
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Yvonne Pettengell Bequest, 2014
2014.60.a-gggg
© Courtesy of the artist
Jon CAMPBELL
DUNNO (T. Towels) (2012)
synthetic polymer paint, metallic paint, enamel paint, fibre-tipped pen and glitter on printed cotton and linen, collage of cut tea towels, printed paper, synthetic polymer paint and fibre-tipped pen on paper, oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas
(a-gggg) 320.0 x 1160.0 cm (variable) (overall)
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Yvonne Pettengell Bequest, 2014
2014.60.a-gggg
© Courtesy of the artist
Agatha GOTHE-SNAPE
born Australia 1980
POWERPOINTS series 2008–13 (detail)
colour digital files (Microsoft PowerPoint), sound, looped
installation
Collection of the artist
© Agatha Gothe-Snape, courtesy The Commercial, Sydney
Christopher BOOTS (designer)
born Australia 1979
CHRISTOPHER BOOTS PTY LTD, Melbourne (manufacturer)
Australia est. 2011
Orp, suspension light 2011
brass, synthetic polymer resin, LED globe
153.0 x 63.0 cm diameter
Collection of the artist
Photo: John Tsiavis
A participant in the project Melbourne Design Now
The project Melbourne Design Now is supported by The Hugh D. T Williamson Foundation
Darren Sylvester
What happens will happen #3 2010
digital type C print
120.0 x 90.0 cm
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Gift of an anonymous donor through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gift Program, 2016 (2016.137)
© Darren Sylvester
Grant FEATHERSTON (designer)
Mary FEATHERSTON (designer)
FURNITURE MAKERS OF AUSTRALIA, Glen Waverley, Melbourne (manufacturer)
Stem dining chairs (1969)
polyethylene, thermoplastic, steel, foam rubber
(a) 70.5 x 55.9 x 53.5 cm (b) 70.5 x 55.9 x 53.5 cm
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased, 1974
D16.a-b-1974
© Grant Featherston/Licensed by Copyright Agency, Australia
Grant FEATHERSTON (designer)
Mary FEATHERSTON (designer)
UNIROYAL PTY LTD, Dandenong, Melbourne (manufacturer)
Numero IV lounge (1971-1974) {designed}; (1974) {manufactured}
polyurethane foam, wool, (other materials)
(a) 86.4 x 76.2 x 81.0 cm (chair) (b) 62.2 x 76.2 x 75.0 cm (chair) (c) 33.0 x 76.2 x 75.0 cm (ottoman)
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented by Uniroyal Pty Ltd, 1974
D101.a-c-1974
Lisa Waup
Gunditjmara/ Torres Strait Islander born 1971
Cultural nesting 2013 (detail)
Emu feather basket with green; Emu feather basket with labradorite; Emu feather basket with lid; Emu feather basket with red parrot feathers; Emu feather basket with shells
emu, parrot, turkey and cockatoo feathers, possum fur, dyed raffia, cotton, labradorite, possum and rabbit fur, wool, metallic thread, shells, silk thread
(a) 6.0 x 14.0 cm diameter (variable), (b) 6.0 x 16.0 cm diameter (variable),
(c) 3.0 x 6.0 cm diameter (variable), (d) 4.0 x 12.0 cm diameter (variable),
(e) 4.5 x 7.5 cm diameter (variable)
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Yvonne Pettengell Bequest, 2013
© Lisa Waup
Yhonnie Scarce
Blood on the wattle (Elliston, South Australia 1849) 2013
Supported by Kerry Gardner,
Andrew Myer and the Myer
Foundation
© courtesy Dianne Tanzer Gallery and Projects, Melbourne; photo Janelle Low
Yhonnie Scarce
Oppression, repression (family portrait) 2004 (detail )
glass, tin, colour inkjet prints

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased with funds donated by Judith and Leon Gorr, 2010
2010.313
© Yhonnie Scarce, courtesy Dianne Tanzer Gallery. Photo: courtesy the artist and dianne tanzer gallery + projects