Art might not be the first thing that comes to your mind when you visit Queensland, but the galleries here are pretty impressive, both the permanent exhibits and the rotating one (they had some nice African Art when I was here).
I’m not much of an art connoisseur, but admittedly, I was blown away by its artsy pieces as well as spacious and sleek interior. And, while its collection isn’t quite extensive, it nonetheless boasts a handful of impressive works of art from Australian masters like Arthur Boyd and Russell Drysdale. A must-see here, to me, is the moving and wondrous Tony Albert Visible exhibition.
A nice mix of European and indigenous artwork in this medium-sized art museum. The design is clever, and gives the museum a unique feel. It is free to visit, and the staff are super friendly and informative. A great option for a rainy day,
Similar thing as Gallery of Modern Art... It's big building but half empty. Such a shame. Put the art in!
The Queensland Museum of Modern Art is located in the Brisbane Comprehensive Art Center. It houses many contemporary and modern famous painters’ works which are very precious. The design of the entire gallery is very spacious, giving people a very comfortable and free feeling. It is indeed worthy of everyone. Come and enjoy it.
I've seen other modern art galleries, and to me they are swing and miss. This was a miss,but might tickle someone else's fancy
I’m into motorcycles but knew little about the early bikes and some interesting designs - even built pre WWII. Some of the suspension designs were decades ahead of where we are now. Beautifully re...
GOMA is always a fun place to visit and the current Motor cycle exhibition did not disappoint. (Allow 2 to 4 hours)
A lovely gallery, beautifully arranged and a fabulously diverse collection. A great way to spend and afternoon.
Thoroughly recomend this exhibition. Confronting, angry, visionary. NOT suitable for children. Bennet tackles his dual cultural upbringing, and utilises works by margaret prescott, jackson pollock, an...