Queensland Art Gallery
The Art Gallery is at the southern end of Victoria Bridge, within walking distance of the city centre. It was established in 1895, but moved to this new building in 1982. There is a large collection of Australian art from all periods, and also of Asian art, as well as British and European works. Melbourne Street, South Brisbane (07 3840 7303).
Queensland Gallery of Modern Art
Located in the Queensland Cultural Centre is Brisbane's newest gallery opening in 2006. It is the largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in Australia and also houses Australia's first built cinematheque, designed to show cinema in art form. This gallery is located 150m from the Queensland Art Gallery. Kurilpa Point, Southbank
This gallery shows contemporary art works by Aboriginal artists, having sourced work from all around Australia to build a unique Australian collection. 11 Stratton street, Newstead (07 3216 1250).
Institute of Modern Art
This is one of Australia's first contemporary art spaces and was founded in 1975. It offers a diverse program, including moving image, sound art and new music, featuring emerging and established artists. 420 brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley (07 3252 5750).
A heritage building now home of a small theatre and an art gallery at the top of the stairs. Level 2, 109 Edward Street, Brisbane
QUT Art Museum
Modern art gallery. U Block, 2 George Street, QUT Gardens (07 3138 5370)
Red Hill Art Gallery
A well established art gallery representing over 120 Australian artists. 61 Musgrave Road, Red Hill. (07 3368 1442)
The William Robinson Gallery
The William Robinson Gallery honours the life and work of this distinguished Queensland artist. Level One, Old Government House, QUT Gardens Point, George St, Brisbane