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Six of Melbourne's finest contemporary art galleries have joined forces to present Quarantine Art Fair, a summer salon set within the Commanding Officer's House on the cliffs of Portsea's Point Nepean National Park – a spectacular coastal backdrop that is also entirely apt given its history as a quarantine station. See remarkable work by leading artists represented by the likes of Sophie Gannon, LON Gallery and Neon Parc before toasting your new acquisition at the pop-up Pommery bar. Pictured are two works (left) by Nell and another (right) by Reko Rennie presented by STATION gallery.
Creative people, whether fashion designers, writers, artists or musicians, are bound to inhabit interesting spaces, and this reveal of the living arrangements of 250 such individuals is proof positive. The richly decorated and idiosyncratic abodes of a disparate array of past masters including Picasso, Le Corbusier, Sinatra and Hemingway join more au courant names such as Marc Newson and Diane von Furstenberg in this fascinating tome by Sam Lubell titled Life Meets Art, which is available to pre-order now.
The second edition of the NGV Triennial is an expansive global assembly of new and commissioned work from more than 100 artists, designers and architects: from Turkish new-media artist Refik Anadol's massive digital work, which is splashed with millions of nature images and dominates the museum's vast central foyer, to a rhapsody in blue (pictured) by Dhambit Mununggurr comprising 15 large-scale bark paintings and nine larrakitj (hollow poles) rendered in the Yolgnu artist's signature hues.
For those who aren't quite ready to face the reality of returning to work after the frivolity of the festive season, Maison Perrier-Jouët's signature Grand Brut non-vintage cuvée will certainly prolong the feeling of effervescent escapism for that little bit longer. The beautifully balanced drop arrives bottled in an elegant vessel with a long, slender neck and rounded shoulders inspired by Blason de France, the prestige cuvée blended from Perrier-Jouët's 1955 harvest.
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