Terracotta Warriors visiting Australia July 03 2019
A truly once in a lifetime opportunity to view the Terracotta Warriors from China in Melbourne at the NGV until the 13th of October 2019.
"In a dual presentation of Chinese art and culture past and present, the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series at the National Gallery of Victoria presents China’s ancient terracotta warriors alongside an exhibition of new works by one of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists, Cai Guo-Qiang." (Source: NGV website)
Andy Warhol and Wei Wei exhibition at the NGV December 26 2015
In this spectacular exhibition the NGV displays more than 300 works of multiple mediums from two artists, Andy Warhol and Wei Wei.
The exhibition explores modern and contemporary art, life and cultural politics through the activities of two exemplary figures.
They can be viewed until the 24th of April 2016.
"Hermitage" The Legacy of Catherine the Great exhibition October 02 2015
An outstanding exhibition of Catherine the Great's collection is currently on at the National Gallery of Victoria. This is truly one of the world's greatest art collection and Melbourne has the privilege to showcase it at the NGV.
During Catherine the Great's over three decades of reign she commissioned numerous artworks by some of the most famous artists off her era.
Make sure not to miss this opportunity to view works of Rembrandt, Rubens, Velazquez and Van Dyck.
Lesley Kehoe Galleries has been a long standing client of Picture Rail Systems; try and spot our virtually invisible powder coated black Locator Minirail system on their Black Japan ply walls.
Check out their latest exhibition "Story Telling II".
December 2014 exhibitions at the NGV December 03 2014The festive month of December is the perfect time to visit the National Gallery of Victoria if you haven't been there for a while. For current exhibitions go to http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions.
Until the end of May the 'Streets of Melbourne' exhibition shows at the Old Treasury Building. It is a unique and rare collection of plans, maps books and letters of old Melbourne.
DIY Installations for Locator Collection April 15 2014
Hanging system versus nails April 15 2014
A couple of big advantages when using our picture hanging systems:
• Easy, quick and flexible to use
• Easy assembly
• STAS cobra cords (steel or perlon) can be hooked into the picture rail on any desired spot.
• Height of the picture hangers (STAS zipper / STAS smartspring) is also easily adjustable
• Various systems for any type of wall or ceiling
• Easy to shorten or to extend/connect
• Can carry loads from 44 lbs up to 220 lbs per meter (3 feet 3⅜ inches)
• Picture rail is protected against discolouration
• Picture rail is paintable
The various patented picture hanging systems, manufactured by STAS, can be mounted on any wall or ceiling. Using the additional picture rail hooks and cords, adding, replacing or rearranging photos, paintings or other wall decorations could not be any easier.
You can place the STAS cobra at the desired spot in the picture rail. With the STAS cobra you can easily move your photo frames, paintings, wall decorations or pictures to the left or right without the need of drilling a new hole in the wall. No nails, no tools, no damage!
Next, attach the picture hook (STAS zipper or STAS smartspring) to the perlon (or steel) cord and slide the hook up to the desired height. Of course you can always adjust this height as much as you like.
Our products are a great solution for all kinds of companies and organizations. Of course, our picture hanging systems can also be used at home in your living room, kitchen or bedroom.
Read more about the several picture hanging systems or take a look at the products section of our website. There’s sure to be a system in our catalogue that fulfills your needs.