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Relaxed sessions are an opportunity for visitors with autism, sensory sensitivities or disability to have a quieter Gallery experience, with fewer people and reduced noise.

Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines
In an unprecedented, world premiere exhibition, the National Gallery of Victoria presents the work of two of the most significant and influential artists of the late twentieth century in Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines. Exclusive to Melbourne, the exhibition offers new and fascinating insights into their unique visual languages and reveals, for the first time, the many intersections between their lives, practices and ideas.

Venue Access

Getting to the NGV:
NGV International is located at 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. You will be able to enter via the main entrance on St Kilda Road.

Travelling by car:
Parking is available in the Arts Centre Melbourne carpark, located beneath NGV International. Enter from Sturt Street, Southbank. For more information, visit the Arts Centre Melbourne’s parking website. Please note that due to roadworks, there are several road closures in the vicinity of the NGV. For more information, visit the City of Melbourne website. There may also be paid street parking available along St Kilda Road.

Public Transport:
Train – NGV International is a short walk from Flinders St Station. Follow Swanston Street across Princes Bridge and walk past Arts Centre Melbourne.
Tram – Take any tram along St Kilda Road and get off at Arts Precinct, Stop 14.
For more information about public transport options, please visit the PTV website.

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