The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
My take on Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei’s irreverent, iconoclastic series of cultural icons, and a DIY Andy Warhol-esque pop art mash up from the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.
This outstanding double exhibition brings together two apparently dissimilar artists, neither a stranger to controversy, and weaves a surprising concordance between them. If you are visiting allow plenty of time, not just on account on the sheer scale of the exhibition but to have time to enjoy the interactive elements. In particular, even if you are an adult, check out the kids’ room where you can live the art.
Here’s some of the real art – I didn’t have a priceless vase or Campbell’s soup for my versions.
The exhibition runs until 24 April at the National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne.
NGV website: www.ngv.vic.gov.au
For the Daily Post photo challenge Life imitates art.