Two great exhibitions on at the moment. Kusama exhibition is so colorful and fun. The Gerhardt Richter is really interesting and had some choral performances during our visit. Goma has a restaurant,cafe and cinema too.
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A quick trip to Brisbane to see the current exhibitions didn’t disappoint —-They are superb. Gerhard Richter - the Life Of Images , Was mesmerising and Yoyoi Kusama -Life is the Heart of a Rainbow very colourful . And over at the Old art gallery...More
A great place to visit and experience the world of pacific art. So different from the galleries in the UK and always fascinating
Visited to see the current exhibition by Yayoi Kusomi - mind blowing! If you are in Brisbane before February 2018, don’t miss this!
Exhibitions, activities, workshops, films, toddler sessions (for little artists), interactive displays, gift shop and a big green grassy area for kids to run around on. Pack a picnic or hit the caff, and spend at least a couple of hours. Holiday activities are typically free...More
Have visited GOMA before and it never ceases to amaze with its wonderful exhibits. The current "dot" exhibit is interesting, to say the least, but just st as interesting is the wonderful architecture to be seen in the building itself. Can spend a good amount...More
GOMA is a fabulous building in a great easily accessible location (and also in close proximity to other attractions in this precinct). The exhibitions are always interesting and engaging. Definitely stop here if you have the chance and spend a few hours.
Part of my stopover in Brisbane I visited the gallery of modern art. I have never been too fond of art galleries, but will go to pass the time. This gallery featured many different types of artwork from aboriginal art, to a painting on the...More
Great exhibition on at the moment by living Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama. We took a guided tour which was very informative. Spanning from 1950s to present day including interactive exhibits it was certainly a highlight of our trip to Brisbane. 2107