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Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation lifts street profile

The Property Addict / Distinct Dwellings

Australia

Jun 04 2017

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Stephen Crafti, The Sydney Morning Herald

There are a number of key buildings along the Swanston Street axis, including the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) at one end and the Ian Potter Art Museum at the other.

In the late 1970s, Ron Robertson-Swann's bright yellow sculpture titled Vault graced Melbourne's city square (now the sculpture is in the forecourt of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art at Southbank).

Go to The Sydney Morning Herald and read the full story.

 

SOURCE: The Sydney Morning Herald

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