Visited the Picasso exhibition of 100 prints called the Vollard Suite. There were also some sculptures. It was a free exhibition And Is well worth a visit. Had lunch in the cafe which was tasty. I had a salad and a glass of wine.
About Queensland Art Gallery
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Visited the Art Gallery on a recent visit to Brisbane and was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the collection. The special exhibit was Picasso for Vollard which contained many impressive drawings. The Australian collection had excellent variety and included many fine indigenous works. The...More
Great location, easy access and fantastic open gallery spaces. Friendly staff and river proximity are terrific.
Generally enjoyed this museum. I thought some of the big installations were thought provoking. Thoroughly enjoyed the Noel McKenna room - had a few chuckles! Didn't always get the connection between some modern pieces next to Early 20th century painters. Heyho that's art for you!...More
The art gallery has wonderful permanent and travelling exhibitions. Beautiful and quiet but not very good flow through the different sections.
A hot day, a good stroll across the bridge and then I entered a cool calm space to view so many pieces of work, old and new, set out in huge spaces, very well displayed and room to sit and contemplate. Fabulous book shop, I...More
With lots of familiar and regular items on display, the special and quirky temporary displays are also well worth the visit. A nice gift shop.
One of Brisbane's better cultural activities - a variety of different exhibitions on any visit and enough to pique your interest. Not necessarily the world's top masters but enough interesting themes and subjects to make it worthwhile.
Went her eat other night for a work function and was really surprised that they also have function and full catering facilities.