NGV Magazine issue 4 May/June 2017


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The winter issue of NGV Magazine explores Dutch art and culture then and now, coinciding with the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces 2017 exhibition, Van Gogh and the Seasons.

Dutch photographer Jordi Huisman journeys to the Van Gogh heartland of Nuenen in the Netherlands to capture the places that influenced the artist’s work of the region; writer and historian Dr Vincent Alessi explores Van Gogh’s art and his lifelong struggle with the world; From Amsterdam, Amelia Groom looks at contemporary Dutch culture through interviews with some of the city’s leading underground cultural voices and discovers a region in flux;  and Senior Moving Image Designer Benjamin Ducroz speaks about his multimedia for Van Gogh and the Seasons, filmed in the Netherlands, France, and regional Victoria.

Also in this issue, Argentinian artist Alexandra Kehayoglou on her studio and her new commission for the NGV Triennial; Jessica Cole on the legacy of the Moffatt family; Lisa Marie Corso visits Australian sculptor Andrew Rogers in his Fitzroy foundry; author Ronnie Scott takes a private tour of Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s; and introducing Transcript, a series that presents excerpts from major lectures and discussions delivered at NGV by progressive thinkers.

Art. Ideas. Design. Creativity. With new writing, interviews, photography and features, NGV Magazine is about the people and stories behind great art and design. NGV Magazine celebrates creativity of all kinds through dynamic, international editorial and a focus on unique and engaging content.

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