NGV Magazine - September/October 2022 issue 36
In the September/October edition of NGV Magazine, we herald the beginning of spring. Our cover story looks at a new exhibition Fred Williams: The London Drawings at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia and Lyn Williams AM writes about the influence of London life on the late artist’s work.
We celebrate the work of Mexico-based architect Tatiana Bilbao and Elizabeth Fortescue travels to Mexico City to explore the work of Tatiana Bilbao and other women artists. NGV Associate Director, Conservation, Michael Varcoe-Cocks presents an essay on an imposing and impressive medieval work Carved retable of the Passion of Christ, c.1511–1520, and Professor Elizabeth Legge, writes about the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Young British Art (YBA) movement and several YBA works in the NGV Collection. Glenda Korporall deep dives into the work of the pioneering American architect, designer and artist Marion Mahony Griffin and we share the fascinating story of the work of an important woman designer, Susannah ‘Daisy’ Makeig-Jones.