Botanica, Australia’s leading contemporary botanical art exhibition, celebrates its 20th anniversary in March. To coincide with this exhibition, works of artists whose works are held in major collections in Australia, Europe and North America will be on display in the Art Gallery of New South Wales until late April. One of these artists is John Pastoriza-Pinol. To celebrate this achievement and to view this exhibition, the Art Gallery of New South Wales is planning an event on Wednesday 13 March at 3pm at the AGNSW Member’s Lounge. The AGNSW is open late every Wednesday for its Art After Dark series too, so you can stay to enjoy the evening’s programming afterwards if you like. This exhibition will coincide with the 20th Anniversary of Botanica 2019: ‘Celebration’ at Lion Gate Lodge 30 March – 14 April 2019.
Australia’s leading contemporary botanical art exhibition Botanica has returned to the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, exploring the complex and remarkable relationship we humans have with plants. The annual showcase, now in its 20th year, features work by some of the best Australian and international established and emerging botanic and natural history artists, Botanica is considered one of the foremost exhibitions of its kind.
To preview the exhibition join us for the much-anticipated preview of the exhibition at Botanica Opening Night. Friday 29 March, 6pm
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Both volumes I and II of the Transylvania Florilegium will be on display at the National Museum of Art of Romania, located in the Royal Palace in Revolution Square, central Bucharest. It also features collections of medieval and modern Romanian art, as well as the international collection assembled by the Romanian royal family.
National Art Museum of Romania April 2019
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