Queensland Art Gallery bridges you between ancient and modern art. The gallery has also had exhibitions to introduce the modern Australian art to the world audience.
The Queensland art gallery houses various sections. Children’s Art Centre, for instance, offers a host of interactive exhibitions and events. Any visitor, regardless of age, can enjoy these exhibitions.
The exhibitions will introduce you to the indigenous Australian art. This is where knowledge of all tines and history combine into one. If you are planning a visit to an exhibition, stay in one of the hotels in Brisbane CBD the likes of Oaks 212 Margaret which offers easy access to the art gallery.
One popular programme of the Queensland Art Gallery is ‘We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989’, which looks into the art of Heisei, the modern era in the Japanese calendar. The programme features around 100 works by about 40 Japanese artists.
Queensland Art Gallery is an essential visit if you need to study Australia’s earliest settlers. But that is not all. The Art Gallery introduces you to other cultural environments as well. It would be correct to call the gallery as somewhere where you can see a bridge of different cultures.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+