Iris van Herpen Sculpting the Senses

Opens 29 Jun 2024

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Visiting QAGOMA

Our two riverside galleries, Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) and Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), sit 150 metres apart in the Queensland Cultural Centre.

Open Daily: 10.00am – 5.00pm

Open from 12 noon Anzac Day

Closed Good Friday, Christmas and Boxing Day

Entry is free. Some exhibitions and events may require a paid ticket.

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David Uzochukwu for Iris van Herpen — Sensory Seas Dress & Nautiloid Dress, Sensory Seas Collection 2020. Iris van Herpen private collection

David Uzochukwu for Iris van Herpen — Sensory Seas Dress & Nautiloid Dress, Sensory Seas Collection 2020. Iris van Herpen private collection / View full image

GOMA Friday Nights

Enjoy after-hours access to the stunning ‘Iris van Herpen’ exhibition from 12 Jul - 4 Oct

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Something else to capture your interest

Iris van Herpen, Netherlands b.1984 / Labyrinthine Kimono dress, from the ‘Sensory Seas’ collection 2020 / Glass organza, crepe, tulle, Mylar / Collection: Iris van Herpen / Photograph: David Uzochukwu / © David Uzochukwu

Iris van Herpen, Netherlands b.1984 / Labyrinthine Kimono dress, from the ‘Sensory Seas’ collection 2020 / Glass organza, crepe, tulle, Mylar / Collection: Iris van Herpen / Photograph: David Uzochukwu / © David Uzochukwu / View full image

An introduction to Iris van Herpen

Fashion, art, design, science and technology collide in the world of endlessly innovative and internationally acclaimed Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen.

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John Russell, Australia/France 1858-1930 / Roc Toul (Roche Guibel) (Toul Rock (Guibel Rock)) 1904-05 / Oil on canvas / 98.4 x 128cm / Gift of Lady Trout 1979 / Collection: QAGOMA

John Russell, Australia/France 1858-1930 / Roc Toul (Roche Guibel) (Toul Rock (Guibel Rock)) 1904-05 / Oil on canvas / 98.4 x 128cm / Gift of Lady Trout 1979 / Collection: QAGOMA / View full image

Artwork highlights

Dive into our artwork highlights and new acquisitions for a rich exploration of the work and its creator, including painting, drawing, photography, textile, jewellery, decorative art and sculpture from around the world.

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Left to right: Judy Watson tow row 2016 / Michael Parekowhai The World Turns 2011-12 / Martin Boyce We are shipwrecked and landlocked 2008-10

Left to right: Judy Watson tow row 2016 / Michael Parekowhai The World Turns 2011-12 / Martin Boyce We are shipwrecked and landlocked 2008-10 / View full image

Go on a sculpture walk

Ever wondered how many sculptures are surrounding both Galleries?

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