Gallery of Modern Art. Two vibrant galleries that connect art and people.
its where you will see all the contemporary art works and be amused by the atmosphere there. its free entry woo hoo !!
Some of the great advantages of visiting the galleries and museums is they are air conditioned, well maintained and they are free! After walking to South Bank from the Queen Street Mall, the museums and galleries were a welcome sight for my eyes and feet. The Gallery of Modern Art is great because…
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 art, and stages a dynamic program of Australian and…
Traditional and contemporary art exhibitions with kid's activities now and then.
Impressive Art Collection for a gallery of its size in this part of the world and wonderful modernist architecture (partly ruined by recent governments seeking their own legacy)
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“Queensland's premier visual arts institution, the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), connects people and art through a dynamic program of Australian and international exhibitions that showcase works from a diverse range of historical and contemporary artists.”
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