Friday 24 August 2007 by Janda Gooding. No comments
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Entrance to exhibition at Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne Entrance to exhibition at Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne

Here are some of the latest pics of the George Lambert exhibition at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne. You can see that it looks quite different to how it did in Canberra. As each venue has different physical spaces and facilities and even different visitor patterns, the exhibition is 're-designed' for each specific venue. Whereas in Canberra we used dark wall colours, in Melbourne the works hang on white walls with an even wash of light over them. With slightly more space the exhibition has an 'airy' feel about it. And the order in which the paintings and drawings are displayed is very different. Some groups have remained the same but generally, the hanging order has taken into account the way people move around the two adjacent galleries.

View inside the exhibition when at the Australian War Memorial View inside the exhibition when at the Australian War Memorial

Exhibition at Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne Exhibition at Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne