NGV: The Right to Offend is Sacred.

With my first semester of university has come to an end, I decided to take some time out of my schedule to go to the exhibition at NGV (the one near Flinders Street & ACMI) curated by Brook Andrew’s titled “The Right to Offend is Sacred”. The exhibition itself is free and features over 100 works – often those with fluorescent lighting.

The exhibition is running from the 3rd of March until the 4th of June, only a couple of weeks left and I would totally recommend it.

The exhibition itself explores colonialism and modern history into contemporary art, featuring both large scale art pieces and canvases. Brook Andrew also has a signature solo exhibition at the Ian Potter Centre (also connected to the NGV) where some of his other works are on show.

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