Art in Melbourne
Home to Chloe, Heidelberg, Street Art and Yellow Peril
World renowned names synonymous with art: Sidney Nolan, John Brack, Arthur Streeton, Walter Withers, Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin and Charles Conder.
Melbourne is home to iconic art: Street Art, Collins Street 5 pm, HOTEL, Cow Up a Tree, Heide, Vault and Melbourne International Gateway.
This rich tradition continues with exhibitions of local artists, while Melbourne's street art and laneway art attracts visitors from around the world.
Melbourne is home to a thriving arts scene, boasting over 100 galleries ranging from large public institutions to small independent galleries and artist cooperatives.
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National Gallery of Victoria is one of 2 public art galleries within one magnificent arts precinct on St Kilda Road, the other being The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia (next).
NGV International houses one of the world's finest international art collections of art, paintings, pottery and sculpture.
THE IAN POTTER CENTRE
The Ian Potter Centre located in the magnificent Federation Square in the heart of Melbourne's CBD houses Australian art including paintings, pottery and sculpture.
Corner Flinders Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne | Federation Square
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
Heide is one of Australia's leading public art museums open daily.
Celebrated for its award-winning architecture and breathtaking gardens, Heide has a rich and colourful social history and art heritage.
Museum of Modern Art
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art is Melbourne’s leading contemporary art gallery presenting the most challenging, innovative and creative visual art of our time.