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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
All reviews on display great collection water features interesting exhibits worth a visit free entry state library great cafe cultural precinct beautiful building couple of hours few hours easy access great place to visit visiting brisbane the river goma
The QLD Art Gallery is full of surprises. Picasso, Rodin, Streeton and Tom Roberts. Sweet little gems such as the work of Emanuel Phillips Fox and so many others. I admit to some bias as I was working with the collection this week.
When in Brisbane the QAGOMA is a must. It sits right in the cultural precinct of Brisbane right alongside the Southbank recreational area. The building is severe on the outside but blends well with its situation. It is multilevel with a carpark below. The cafe...More
This art gallery is really cool! When I went, they were displaying the APT9, which was really cool to walk through! The museum is set up very well and has a lot of interactive activities to entertain children (and some for adults as well)! When...More
This museum doesn't really have that much in it, and the combination of art doesn't make a whole lot of sense. The classical art is minimal, which isn't really what I'd expect. The modern art museum had much more interesting stu ff.
Always a great place to walk around and take in the interesting displays, exhibitions and building architecture. Cafe has small but enjoyable selection of well-priced light food, outside eating area in garden is very pleasant. Spacious inside so doesn't feel cramped. Display includes an art...More
This is an excellent place to view and learn about art. It's a very big building with lots of space to move around even with big groups of visitors around (we were there when there were some school groups around).
I didn’t have a huge amount of expectations when visiting Queensland gallery, however I was amazed! It had a huge amount of art with some really beautiful pieces. The only was I didn’t have enough time to see it all.
This place is very special generally with works by international artists like Picasso, Toulouse Lautrec and Degas, and Australian artists like Nolan, Boyd, Olley, Namatjira and Dobell, not to mention the Japanese and Chinese art/porcelain that form part of this gallery's permanent displays.