Louise Paramor: Palace of the Republic

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The leading Melbourne sculpture artist unfolds a paper world of extraordinary colour

Towering honeycomb-inspired paper sculptures take over NGV's Federation Square gallery in this major solo exhibition from Louise Paramor. The meticulously hand-cut sculptures have been a central part of Paramor's work since 1999, when she started making waves using the painstaking and visually striking technique in Berlin.

But these three metre-tall paper behemoths are just one part of the exhibition, which includes an entire city of sculptures, the smallest of which are made of plastic and stand at just 20 centimetres tall.

By: Ben Neutze

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