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NGV

Discover art, classic and contemporary, local and international at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).

The NGV's two impressive galleries are right in the city centre and just a short stroll from one another.

Visit major international touring exhibitions and wander collections of European, Asian, Oceanic and American art at NGV International, the iconic St Kilda Road gallery with its famous waterall and Great Hall.

Cross the river to discover the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at the heart of Federation Square. With more Australian art on permanent display than any other in the world, the Ian Potter Centre is a must-visit for its collections of Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous art as well as touring exhibitions.  

At either location, allow extra time for the fabulous gallery shop and its own impressive, well-curated collections of books and catalogues, wearable art, cards and quirk.   

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The galleries

NGV

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia

See superb collections of Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous art as well as special exhibitions.

NGV International

See an impressive collection of European, Asian, Oceanic and American art at this iconic gallery.

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