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The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) is a single institution located across two adjacent river-side buildings in the Cultural Precinct at Brisbane's South Bank. QAGOMA holds a collection of historical, modern and contemporary...more
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We love visiting Art Galleries after our doctor etc appointments are out-of-the-way and have been here several times. Do not be deterred by the staff standing there at the entrance and all other places. It is there job and look after you when you ask....More
We had 2 days in Brisbane & found ourselves viewing this Museum .
It is a free entry venue which is amazing & well worth visiting.
Not quite as good as MONA in Tasmania but certainly worth your time.
Would certainly recommend.
The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art is a wonderful free exhibition with a wide range of art from South-East Asia. Many of the works are installations, full of texture and colour. The works are also unique insights into the cultural concerns of the...More
Queensland’s GOMA, as part of QAGOMA, is indeed a wonderful contemporary art gallery, spacious and light filled, on Brisbane River. Indeed the whole Arts precinct on southside Brisbane River is first class - QAG, Museum, State Library, and QPAC. Current exhibition is Asia Pacific Triennial....More
I was a bit sceptical about what was to offer for toddlers. But was pleasantly surprised at the great activity on offer there for smaller kids. It also gave us parents an amazing time to appreciate great art. Good value for money spot this.
Some truly amazing art and sculpture too many interesting pieces to just highlight one. The living beehive is amazing but make sure you are there when the viewing doors are opened, we were fascinated by the noise from the bees, agitated by large numbers of...More