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Media Release • 21 Dec 20

NGV Triennial 2020 Exhibition Images

NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Porky Hefer’s Plastocene – Marine Mutants from a Disposable World series 2020, Commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Proposed acquisition with funds donated by Barry Janes and Paul Cross, Neville and Diana Bertalli, 2020
© Porky Hefer. Photo: Tom Ross
NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Tabor Robak Megafauna 2020, Commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Proposed acquisition with funds donated by Barry Janes and Paul Cross, 2020
© Courtesy the artist. Photo: Tobias Titz Photography
Installation view of Diamond Stingily “In the middle but in the corner of 176th place" 2019, Proposed acquisition with funds donated by Neilson Foundation, 2020
© Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Tom Ross
NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Alicja Kwade WeltenLinie 2020, Commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Proposed acquisition with funds donated by the NGV Women’s Association
© Courtesy the artist and König Galerie, Berlin. Photo: Tom Ross
NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Misaki Kawai’s Moja Moja Life: Misaki Kawai for Kids 2020
Moja Moja Life: Misaki Kawai for Kids 2020 is supported by Paula Fox AO & Fox Family Foundation, Chadstone – The Fashion Capital and Neilson Foundation
© Misaki Kawai. Photo: Tom Ross
NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Richard Quinn Look 2, ensemble autumn-winter 2020 collection, Proposed acquisition
© Richard Quinn. Photo: Sean Fennessy
NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of (foreground) Fred Wilson To die upon a kiss 2011, Proposed acquisition, Professor AGL Shaw AO Bequest © the artist and Pace Gallery; (background) works from the NGV's Collection, and Daniel Arsham Hidden figures 2020, Proposed acquisition with funds donated by Loti & Victor Smorgon Fund and Barry Janes and Paul Cross © Courtesy the artist and Perrotin Gallery
Photo: Sean Fennessy
NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Lakin Ogunbanwo’s series Are We Good Enough 2015–17, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Bowness Family Fund for Photography, 2019
© Lakin Ogunbanwo, courtesy WHATIFTHEWORLD Gallery, Cape Town. Photo: Tom Ross