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Inga Walton

The Fashion Force

June 10, 2019 |

by Inga Walton

Krystyna Campbell-Pretty’s passion for fashion has endowed the National Gallery of Victoria with a substantial number of exceptional couture and prêt-à-porter ensembles, accessories, sketches and studio drawings, photography, fashion journals and supporting textual material over the last … Read More

The Prophet from Lebanon

March 13, 2019 |

Kahlil Gibran: The Garden of the Prophet, until 17 March, 2019

Immigration Museum, Melbourne

by Inga Walton

One of my dearest dreams is this – somewhere, a body of work, say fifty or seventy-five pictures will be hung together in … Read More

Mr Todd Goes to Florence

February 10, 2019 |

by Inga Walton

In the cavernous rooms of what was once the old Terminus Hotel in Ararat, renowned artist Geoff Todd has been completing three large-scale works in time for them to embark on a protracted and expensive journey to … Read More

Once More Down the Rabbit Hole

September 9, 2018 |

by Inga Walton

 

Down, down, down. Would the fall never come to an end! “I wonder how many miles I’ve fallen by this time?”, she said aloud. “I must be getting somewhere near the centre of the earth. Let … Read More

All That Glitters

July 2, 2018 |

Carats from Cartier

by Inga Walton  

Cartier: The Exhibition has been dazzling patrons at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (until 22 July, 2018). It is by far the most impressive display of the jeweller’s art to be exhibited … Read More

Restless : Leo Sayer

February 2, 2018 |

interview by Inga Walton

 

The road to global pop music stardom rarely runs smooth, as evidenced by the countless scandals, addictions, melt-downs and bizarre behaviour, court appearances and career train-wrecks gleefully chronicled by the media, often as vicarious public … Read More

A Visit to Carrick Hill

December 11, 2017 |

Inga Walton  

On 12 February, 1935 in a quiet ceremony at St Peter’s College Chapel Edward (Bill) Waterfield Hayward (1903-83) married Ursula Barr Smith (1907-70), thus uniting two of South Australia’s most socially prominent families.

Hayward was the younger … Read More

A Bloody Business

September 9, 2017 |

Blood: Attract & Repel University of Melbourne

by Inga Walton   “And I see the red oil of life / running from my wrists / onto tomorrow’s headlines”

– Spike Milligan, CBE (1918-2002).1

 

As part of the Science Gallery … Read More

Creatures Great & Small

July 3, 2017 |

Animal Kingdom

Inga Walton  

As part of the annual the ‘House of Ideas’ series at The Johnston Collection, Animal Kingdom (until 19 September, 2017), positions the work of seven contemporary artists alongside those pieces of a similar theme drawn … Read More

Versailles: Palace of Dreams

April 4, 2017 |

by Inga Walton  

“Since the sun is the emblem of Louis XIV, and poets link the sun with Apollo, there is nothing in this superb house that does not relate to this divinity” – André Félibien, Court historian, 1674.1 … Read More