The shape of things to come

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 (‘The shape of things to come’, installation view, photograph by Christian Capurro)
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‘The shape of things to come’, installation view, photograph by Christian Capurro
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‘The shape of things to come’, installation view, photograph by Christian Capurro
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‘The shape of things to come’, installation view, photograph by Christian Capurro

Melbourne's newest major gallery opens with a starry line-up of contemporary Australian artists

Located on the corner opposite the National Gallery of Victoria and Melbourne Theatre Company's Southbank Theatre, Buxton Contemporary is the home of Melbourne property developer and collector Michael Buxton's art collection. He’s got a great eye for contemporary Australasian art, and this inaugural exhibition, curated by Melissa Keys, features more than 20 artists from the collection. There's work by Patricia Piccinini, Mikala Dwyer, Emily Floyd, Marco Fusinato and Shaun Gladwell.

By: Ben Neutze

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