Greeted by the magical looking Waterwall, I could tell that this place was going to be fun. There’s 2 NGV, this was the international side.
Right near the entrance was a mirror house looking creation. Walking into this mirror sculpture was like entering a different world. Below is a short clip of what’s it like “walking in art”.
This place oozes the inside-outside sort of feeling. Not to spoil your potential visits. Here are my highlights.
Skipping the rest of the exhibitions. My favourite was the Viktor & Rolf exhibition. It was interactive and just plan fun 😀
There were 3 different booths and here’s the end products 😀
- No backpacks or large handbags. There’s free ‘cloakroom’ to check in your bags at the entrance.
- If you’re not a shy person, grab a flower on the way out. These flowers are for free on the condition that you give it to a stranger on the way out 😉 spread the love *The moving garden by Lee Mingwei will end 29 Jan 2017
- Viktor & Rolf exhibition will end on 26 Feb 2017
Where was I?
National Gallery of Victoria aka NGV International
180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
Camera: Canon 5D mark 3, Sony Z3+
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