Take a journey into the creative minds and constructions of M. C. Escher and design studio nendo, explore Indigenous art and culture in From Bark to Neon, read about the practice of Darren Sylvester and more, in this issue of NGV Magazine.
'In Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds, we have the perfect setting to encounter spaces where the possible and the impossible meet, shake hands, and slowly but surely, begin to dance.'
Glenn Adamson on Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds
We were aiming to create a unique encounter for visitors, allowing them to experience Escher’s ideas physically through their bodies, as if
walking inside his mind.
Nendo founder Oki Sato writes about the exhibition design in Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds
'I am in a permanent dialogue with the curatorial team about eventual acquisitions that could enrich the collections of the Gallery.'
Philanthropist Krystyna Campbell-Pretty on her fashion gift.
Clearly positioned in the twenty-first century, the artists on display are adventurous in their use of materials and their willingness to defy convention.
Judith Ryan on the exhibition From Bark to Neon
'This work describes a love story between the sun and moon as they traverse the sky as part of an eternal cosmic dance.'
Myles Russell-Cook spotlights Spirit Dreaming through Napperby country, 1980
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