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“Life offers you a thousand chances…all you have to do is take one.” – Frances Mayes, Under the Tuscan Sun

Last week, I visited the National Gallery of Victoria. I am featuring here for Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge-Chairs at the NGV, a snippet of some chairs from centuries ago and some chairs by women plus a new featured exhibition. Hope you like the tour.

International Furniture Woodwork

Side Chair Michael Thonet (designer)

Chair France (manufacturer)

Thebes, stool Liberty & Co. London Manufactrer

Lady’s writing desk 1888-1895 Carlo Bugati

There is also an exhibit called a Fairy Tale in Red Times.

*A Fairy Tale in Red Times: Works from the White Rabbit Collection presents works by 26 Chinese artists, an exciting collaboration between the NGV and arts patron and philanthropist Judith Neilson AM on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the White Rabbit Gallery.


There is also another exhibit called Designing Women.

*Spanning nearly 40 years, from 1980 to 2018, Designing Women highlights the ongoing role of female designers as a dynamic and critical force in shaping contemporary design culture


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