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Posted by Dan Kuseta
06. Dec, 2013
Melbourne Now is the largest and possibly the most awesome exhibition National Gallery of Victoria’s ever curated. Over four months art is popping out of the galleries and into the streets as the work of 300 local artists is on show covering everything from street art to sculpture. And it’s all free.
To find out more visit ngv.vic.gov.au/melbournenow.
Thanks to the crews whose work we featured in this video, including
F1 crew, SDM crew, AWOL crew, ID crew, WSW crew, CKA crew, KSA crew, RG crew, AFP crew, HKC crew, Senekt. Steen Jones, Aida Sabic, Phoenix the street artist, Sputnik, Ruskidd, Marian Machismo, Resume, Kirpy, Mimby Robinson, Putos, Rashee, DEB, Junky Projects, Presto, Tom civil, Creature Creature, ADi, Loadz, Conrad Bizjak, Jaws, Hancock, Dem189, Makatron, Mayo, Phibs, Calm, Tim Rollins, Paners, Woke, Shane Sterry, Ero, Otis Chamberlain, 23rd key, Klara, Loretta Lizzio.
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