How big can you go with miniature?

In its second iteration, the world's largest miniature art exhibition celebrates skill and creativity on pint-sized canvases.

The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, Linden New Art’s Postcard Show, Centre for Contemporary Printmaking’s Biennial International Miniature Print Competition and an array of small works prizes and exhibitions show that there is an appetite for smaller works. The size prerequisite challenges artists to innovate, and also makes purchasing and collecting an artwork more accessible for spaces of all shapes and sizes.

But how big can you go with miniature? The Giant Miniature Art Exhibition (GMAE) at Melbourne’s Como House and Garden boasts the ‘world’s largest miniature art exhibition’ with over 800 pieces from more than 215 artists around the world.

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