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Beschreibung des Verlags
Australia's oldest art gallery, the National Gallery of Victoria, has been divided into two, with a new building for Australian art and a refurbishment of the old, now devoted to international art, Angus Stewart reviews the changes, which pose intriguing questions about the relationship of Australian art--and indeed Australia--to the rest of the world. Founded in Melbourne in 1861, the National Gallery of Victoria was Australia's first art gallery. The NGV'S regeneration and enlargement over the past five years is of national and indeed international significance, not least because it suggests ways that Australia has itself changed in recent years.