The National Gallery of Victoria is dedicated to international artworks and continues to host exhibitions by masters such as Picasso, Rembrandt and Andy Warhol.
The National Gallery of Victoria was designed by Sir Roy Grounds and officially opened in August 1968.
- expanded and improved the gallery’s operations
- increased and improved exhibition spaces
- expanded educational facilities
- created a larger entry foyer to assist with public access and orientation, and
- extended back of house and curatorial facilities.
Major Projects Victoria facilitated the refurbishment of the gallery and redevelopment of the site.