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Current Collection Displays

Australian Collection

Australian Collection

Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Galleries | Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)
The galleries are arranged in chronological order, but they reveal the multiple, and often contradictory, stories characterising the history of Australian art. Far from being one grand narrative, this story encompasses a series of vignettes embracing different perspectives, personalities, landscapes and cities, and is conveyed through diverse works, including paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, ceramics and furniture. Read more

International Collection

International Collection

Gallery 1, 2 & Philip Bacon Galleries (Gallery 8 & 9) | Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)
Key works from the International Collection, such as Master of Frankfurt’s Virgin and Child with Saint James the Pilgrim, Saint Catherine and the Donor with Saint Peter c.1496, Tintoretto’s Cristo risorgente (The risen Christ) c.1555; Picasso’s La Belle Hollandaise 1905 and Degas’ Trois danseuses à la classe de danse (Three dancers at a dancing class) c. 1888-90 are included in a newly contextualised display. Read more

Asian Collection

Asian Collection

Philip Bacon Galleries (Gallery 7 & 8) | Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)
This new display provides opportunities to explore key themes and influences in the arts of Asia while drawing attention to the intersecting cultural histories in the region. Read more