Should Suzi go to the GOMA?

The Brisbane GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art) has it’s 10th birthday this month . . . wow it doesn’t seem that long ago that it was opened.

It’s one of my favorite galleries around the world, and I have seen a few.

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The exhibits at the GOMA are extremely interesting and would be enjoyed by people of all ages.

The exhibits are changed every few months, so watch the internet for what is on currently.

As you can imagine, the daytime temperature in Brisbane can be very humid – but the GOMA has a very comfortable air conditioned building with viewing areas and eating facilities.

There are areas where you can sit and take in all that’s around you.



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What I find very interesting, is how the artists ‘dream’ up the artwork and then execute the artwork, to get art that is very individual for each person seeing it.

What absolutely creative minds they have (the artists)!

To see peoples reaction to the artwork is in it’s self very interesting.

Often, the GOMA has art that the public can get ‘involved’ in as well and that adds to the enjoyment of the visit.

So . . . should Suzi go to the GOMA?

Definitely . . . if you have never been before, then go and have a look . . . . it’s on the South Bank side on Brisbane City.

There is parking close by and if you dont mind a 10 minute work, then the King George Parking Station is good value on weekends, it’s about the cheapest around – was $5 on weekends – check what it is before you park there.

Next door to the GOMA is the SL (State Library) and also the Art Gallery.

If you have been before – then come again and visit.



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Author: Where did Suzie go?

I'm into creative photography. My passion for photography has taken me to many inspiring places in Australia and overseas, this has gifted me with the chance to captured the essence of people and places along the way. My photographic style is very what I would call - “In the Moment” - in other words as it happens. I look into the ordinary to see and capture the extraordinary. That passing moment that needs to be noticed. That slice of life, "tranche de vie”. You’ve given yourself a chance, you see someone’s story, maybe a forest’s past or then again city’s spirit, all within a simple photo of that fleeting moment. These fleeting moments are much like the look in a persons eyes, the ebb and flow of the waves as they cascade like mist along cliffs, the way light might fall on a building. Miss the moment and you miss the diversity of life. I have been fortunate enough to capture some of these moments, and I would like to share them with you. Explore my works to witness what I have seen, and to experience those fleeting moments.

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