QUEER: Stories from the NGV Collection

10 Mar - 21 Aug 2022
QUEER: Stories from the NGV Collection

QUEER: Stories from the NGV Collection

10 March - 21 August

QUEER: Stories from the NGV Collection is a landmark exhibition that will explore the NGV Collection through a queer lens and celebrate the rich, diverse and sometimes untold stories that emerge. Across five gallery spaces and featuring around 400 artworks spanning timelines and geographies, the exhibition will be the most historically expansive thematic presentation of artworks relating to queer stories ever mounted in an Australian art institution. 
 
Bringing together a breadth of artworks from antiquity to the present day, the exhibition will illuminate the ways in which queer lives and stories have been expressed in art through history. Drawing on contemporary research, interpretation and analysis, the exhibition will also explore the narratives that might not have been visible in the past due to suppression, prejudice or discrimination.  

Opening hours
Open daily from 10am–5pm
Address
National Gallery of Victoria - 180 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006
Phone
Admission price

This is a free exhibition.

Image: Ponch Hawkes No title (Two women embracing, ‘Glad to be gay’) 1973; printed 2018 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Purchased NGV Foundation, 2018 © Ponch Hawkes, 2018.

Getting there

The National Gallery of Victoria is a 10-minute stroll from Flinders Street Station.

Flinders Street bound trains depart regularly from Southern Cross Station. Check www.ptv.vic.gov.au for up-to-date train departure times.

Upon arrival at Flinders Street Station, turn right at Swanston Street and continue along St Kilda Road for 430m. You will then arrive at the National Gallery of Victoria - International Art on your right.