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Visiting the National Gallery Victoria


I was recently made an organiser in the meetup group, Melbourne Friend Makers. Hence making use of the opportunity, I decided to organise a trip to the NGV about three days to the event.

After church, I headed down to the city and made my way to the NGV on a cold winter's day on a Sunday afternoon.The meetup app was being put to full use, with my constantly updating my whereabouts to the participants who had rsvped to come.

There were three floors at NGV, with Level 3 being contemporary art, Level 2 being the permanent art gallery for victorian paintings, and Level 1 for the permanent Asian art collection.

An interesting bauble looking deer on Level 3. 
The Versace safety pin black dress,
which made headlines by Elizabeth Hurley. 
Cant remember who designed this. 
Commes des garcon, Tokyo brand . 1970s.
Another famous design from the 1970s. 
Metal handbag, designed by Paco Rabanne. 

This is half the picture of a flotation pool with porcelain bowls hitting against each other. Worth a visit just to see it.  

 I ended up like the Victorian art paintings collection on Level 2, and the contemporary arts collection on Level 3. Some of us headed out to the garden on ground level.

As you can see from the pictures, the trees are bare, and it is cold outside. -_-

Winter is here!

Having fun in the Botanical Gardens, Melbourne CBD. 

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