Located in the city's Cultural Precinct, the Gallery of Modern Art hosts exhibitions of internationally known artists, such as Andy Warhol and Picasso, as well as local contemporary artists. A short walk from the city's Central Business District, the museum is Australia's largest gallery of modern and contemporary art. It also houses the country's first custom-built film archive. Because sure to check out the gallery's most notable and fun exhibits, such as the display of iconic car, furniture, and house designs that emerged in mid-20th century California and became a part of pop culture worldwide. You can also take a guided tour of the gallery's impressive aboriginal art collection. Drop by the cafe for a light lunch and a cup of coffee. Plan your Gallery of Modern Art visit and explore what else you can see and do in Brisbane using our Brisbane trip itinerary website .
Gallery of Modern Art Reviews
I very much enjoyed the ability to see exhibits without large crowds even although the gallery was busy..I went particularly to see the Margaret Olley exhibition and was delighted to see how many of h... more »
Not really an Artsy person, but I thought GOMA deserved a visit. It is definitely a place of vast open spaces with the odd nook and cranny with hidden artistic treasures. Seeing what other people inte... more »
I don't know how it's possible but this has got to be one of the best gallery's in the world. I read a review on here previously about someone coming in here to get shade and they stated they were gonna smacked by how good it is. I too have to back this up, despite Brisbane being a small little city on the other side of the world, London and Paris should take note of how to do a gallery. Everything about this place is perfect, I have come here several times since my first visit and would highly recommend this to anyone regardless of if you like art or not. Hands down the best gallery I have ever been to.
The GOMA is a really neat museum. If you love modern art, this is the place to go. Part of the APT9 stretches from the Queensland Art Gallery to here and the connection is great! They have everything from more conventional modern art to some really out there stuff, so I think there is something for everyone! I will say, this museum isn’t as children friendly, but can be the nature of modern art. It’s free to go through and I think worth it.
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