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Know My Name exhibition returns for part two at the National Gallery of Australia

Crowds who attended the National Gallery of Australia's latest blockbuster in its final days were treated to a sneak peek of Know My Name'ssecond installment this week.

A large sculpture made out of foil balloons filled with helium was suspended across those lining up to see the sold-out exhibition, Botticelli to Van Gogh:

  • Amy Martin
  • The Canberra Times

Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London, ready and waiting for the remainder of the Know My Name exhibition to open on Saturday.

Titled The Silvering, the Mikala Dwyer sculpture is one of the largest pieces in part two of Know My Name:

Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now.

The exhibition continues on from the works presented in…

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