The Triennial was held at the National Gallery of Victoria during the first quarter of 2018.
It featured the work of over 100 artists and designers from 32 different countries. It was full of art work, interactive exhibits and design.
Across the 122 days that the Triennial was open it attracted over 1,200,000 visitors, which is nearly half the amount of visitors that the NGV received in 2017 alone.
One of the great things about the Triennial exhibition is that it was spread out throughout the NGV – meaning you were able to discover the other amazing areas of the museum while you were there.
One of my favourites was Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Flower Obsession’ which was probably the most popular part of the exhibition – it was the only area we had to line up to go and see. As you entered the room, each visitor was given a single sticker – a red flower – and we were asked to leave our mark around the room.
More than 550,000 stickers were affixed to the surfaces of an simple apartment and as the flowers built up, the apartment was completely covered from top to bottom.
See some of my other favourites from the Triennial (and the rest of the NGV) below!