W’s pre-opening coverage of Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) outlined owner David Walsh’s offbeat approach to exhibiting art. Not content to settle for a conventional space, Walsh installed a palpable sense of melodrama and mystery in the museum’s interior design and architecture, where quasi-kitsch red curtains and dim lighting combine to create a Lynchian ambience. For those able to make the epic journey to Hobart, here is a list of highlights from the opening show, MONANISM, on display until July 19th—all fit Walsh’s interest in the shadow side of life.