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TAS­MA­NIA MONA: Mu­seum of Old and New Art Linger in Aus­tralia’s largest pri­vately owned art mu­seum on the River Der­went in Ho­bart. Whether you fifind MONA’S col­lec­tions thought pro­vok­ing, con­tro­ver­sial, gal­vanis­ing, or all of the above, there’s no doubt the ex­pe­ri­ence is way be­yond any other gallery ex­pe­ri­ence. En­try $20–$28, Tas­ma­ni­ans and un­der 18s free. (03) 6277 9900; mona.net.au VIC­TO­RIA The Ken­neth Jack View and Bo­hemi­ans in the Bush Un­til Au­gust 27th There are two ex­hi­bi­tions run­ning at Gipp­s­land Art Gallery in Sale. A range of works from the pri­vate col­lec­tion of artist Ken­neth Jack, renowned for in­tri­cate images of Aus­tralian cities and out­back towns, and Bo­hemi­ans in the Bush, an ex­plo­ration of the art of late 19th-cen­tury and early 20th-cen­tury Gipp­s­land, and the wild fron­tier­land en­coun­tered by artists. (03) 5142 3500; gipp­s­lan­dart­gallery.com

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