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Everyone's a Critic opens the doors into some of the nation's most prestigious art galleries. The Australian public are then invited in to deliver their opinions on works created by some of our most respected and iconic artistsRegardless of their education or knowledge of art, the ‘critics ' are asked in each episode to comment, interpret, and respond to a collection of works. Subjects including Australian identity, race relations, love, family, gender and pop culture are explored through paintings, installations, sculptures and photographyEveryone's a Critic is candid, emotional, humorous and at times controversial. Part art history, part critique it captures a cultural response to what has and what is happening in our world.Everyone's got a story, everyone's got an opinion, everyone's a critic.
A group of everyday Australians become art critics as they explore the works of the National Gallery of Victoria's Australian Collection housed in the Ian Potter Centre.
The critics have their first of two trips to the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) in Sydney to view works by artists Edouard Detaille, Charles Meere, Uta Uta Tjangala, Geraldine Javier and Brett Whiteley.
This week the critics visit the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne. Founded in 1861, the NGV is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia.
The critics visit Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art. Sitting on the edge of Circular Quay, the MCA was established in 1991. The critics view works by Khadim Ali, Callum Morton, Stuart Ringholt, Fiona Hall and Sally Smart.
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