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Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
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See Western Australian art and design from the 1820s to the present, including Australian indigenous art and contemporary international art at Art Gallery of Western Australia. The art collection includes over 15,000 works. Be inspired by works of Matisse and Frida Carlo or contemplate Laurie Anderson’s self-playing violin. Every year, an exhibition called “Year 12 Perspectives” showcases prints, paintings, and sculptures. The main gallery is housed in the Jubilee Building. The adjacent Centenary Gallery building was formerly the Police Courts building. A visit to Art Gallery of Western Australia represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Perth travel itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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We were tight for time but really enjoyed our dip into this gallery which has significant collections which would be good for browsing over a number of hours. We specifically saw the Unknown Land exhi... read more »
Interessanti le opere d'arte da conosciuti artisti europei del rinascimento e di altre epoche. Galleria non grandissima ma essenziale, merita sicuramente una visita.Interesting artworks from known European artists of the Renaissance and of other eras. Gallery not great but essential, is definitely worth a visit.show original
Great space to reflect on the talent of others. The ground floor has a wealth and range of art to admire and inspire. Graduate to the first floor the feeling changes. Be prepared for something rather ... read more »
The Art Gallery sometimes opens up at night for a concert. I recently attended a concert and was delighted with the atmosphere. It is a calm environment and I love the big sculpture in the middle of the floor.
I listened with interest to the A.B.C. radio interview regarding your robot tour guide. A charming gimmick and children will love it, but why oh why must she have an American accent? Already our children are exposed to far too much Americana on T.V. and our own way of speaking is being lost. Cultural differences make the world a more interesting place.
Interesting and beautiful. A mind bending collection of old and new art. This is a fantastic place to stroll through on a date or take the family for something different.
Great place to see some of the culture from early and modern Australia
Great exhibitions here. Be sure to check out the year 12 perspectives
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