Fans of abstract art will get their money’s worth at the ‘Hard Edge’ exhibition currently on show at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Exploring the key periods of Australian sculpture, the exhibition focusses on the 1960s and 1970s which saw Australian artists welcome a new and often more minimal style of abstraction. At the time, the works marked a departure from the use of traditional materials and methods and instead displayed a bold new aesthetic which originated in the US. Hard Edge features 13 sculptures, including works by Clement Meadmore, Inge King, Jock Clutterbuck, Clive Murray-White, Lenton Parr, Ron Robertson-Swann, C. Elwyn Dennis and David Wilson.
📅 Until July 31