Goma Brisbane

2 for 1: Cai Guo-Qiang & California Design at QAGOMA

The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) is the most visited art gallery in Australia for a reason. Every major exhibition held there goes the extra mile to stun audiences into thinking a little deeper. In my opinion, since it’s opening in  2006 it’s also encouraged the Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) next door to lift its game. It’s situated in the heart of the Queensland‘s … Continue reading 2 for 1: Cai Guo-Qiang & California Design at QAGOMA

Why I didn’t love the Louvre

I risk sounding like a uncultured brat when I say that I didn’t enjoy my visit to the Louvre. I appreciate art and there’s no arguing that the works inside are magnificent but in my opinion, it is too big. It’s too overwhelming. It’s a labyrinth where every square inch is covered in art and there’s no room to breathe. I found it hard to … Continue reading Why I didn’t love the Louvre

Musee de Moyen Age, Paris

Musee national du moyen age, Paris

Paris, like many European cities, is bursting at the seams with museums and galleries. Admittedly, I struggle to justify spending time indoors looking at ancient artefacts from Egypt, for example, when I’m in Paris. As fascinating as they are, how can I learn about Paris and experience the culture when I’m looking at mummies? Generally, my museum count is fairly low. There are some that … Continue reading Musee national du moyen age, Paris