Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

Queensland Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane is located next to the Queensland Art Gallery in the South Bank area. The architecture of the building is worth appreciating in addition to the art held within it. And outside you have great views overlooking the river.

The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art is a highlight of a Brisbane trip for any art lover.

The collection includes Indigenous Australian Art, Contemporary Australian Art, Contemporary Asian Art and Contemporary International Art.

The international collection includes: La Belle Hollandaise by Pablo Picasso, 1905; Three dancers at a dancing class by Edgar Degas, c.1888-90; and Virgin and Child with Saint James the Pilgrim, Saint Catherine and the Donor with Saint Peter c.1496.

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One Response to Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

  1. Andro says:

    Hmmm, Gallery of Modern Art looks exactly like UNSW in Sydney. Dang, now I am starting to miss Australian food …

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