GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art) is located in the cultural center of Brisbane. Nearly everywhere in Brisbane, you can take a bus to the cultural center and get off the bus and then pass through museums, art galleries and libraries. This gallery is very new and very large. It is usually free of charge. When there is an exhibition, the exhibition area is charged. Once in the door, there are free bags, there are many exhibition areas, very quiet, there is also a part of space for children to play, come here, feel edified by art. This place holds all kinds of exhibitions all year round. I went there once during the show. Everything is very realistic. It's really great for my fans of the show.
Brisbane's urban attractions, which are free of charge, are often introduced by tour groups as filling time items to make up for the relatively thin activities in Brisbane. From the point of view of limited travel time, the museum itself can be compared with chicken ribs.
In Brisbane, I met Yayoi Kusama unexpectedly and queued up for a numb leg, but was surprised to see that Life was the Heart of a Rainbow, and loved this "old lady with neuropathy".
Queensland Museum of Modern Art is a part of Queensland Cultural Center. The whole Museum covers a large area. It contains many works of modern Australian native painters, with rich themes and various forms. In addition, there are many sculptures with rich ideological implications, which deserve to be appreciated.
It's really great. When I came here, I caught up with Manway's exhibition. The design is unique. The art galleries and museums here are really cool.
Queensland Museum of Modern Art is a very worthwhile art exhibition in Brisbane. There are many works of modern abstract and creative painters. They are ingenious in conception, rich in inspiration and artistic creativity. They are very suitable for the fans of avant-garde art to visit.
On the right hand is Queensland Art Gallery. Just by the way, the outside looks very beautiful, so I went in and strolled. ~As a result, we were not disappointed. The interior decoration was very beautiful, and the atmosphere of literature and art was very strong.~~
Queensland Art Gallery is located in Queensland Cultural Center in Brisbane. It was founded in 1895 and has a building area of 15477 square meters. Its purpose is to connect people with art, and it is the representative of Queensland's cultural and artistic development. Since its establishment, the exhibits in the gallery have been increasing, diversified and complicated.
I don't know about art. I see that the gallery is arranged in chronological order from ancient times to modern times and post-modern times. There are a lot of works on display, and the layout of the gallery is very beautiful.
This is one of the best public galleries in Australia. The architecture is relatively modern, with some surprises as well as some old collections, especially the white Lego. The gallery is carefully arranged. At the same time, I need to remind tourists again and again that no matter how much you like these things, don't touch them!