The Auckland Art Gallery is an old building with a history of more than 100 years. It is a Victorian building. There is a tall bell tower, where many world-renowned painters' paintings and sculptures are collected here. It is worth visiting. It is also the most important exhibition hall in Auckland. Don't miss it.
Not big, not high expectations, not to see calm, but also to reap a lot of heart. Say there is van Gogh Picasso Heel actually did not find, the most famous painter is Italy Bologna painting Rene; Of course there are highlights: the gallery building and the special exhibition of guerrilla girls, clearly remembering the tears I shed when I watched this special exhibition.
Located in the heart of Oakland, the Auckland Museum of Art is a single white Victorian building with its high towers as its symbol. It contains many works of modern painters, full of imagination and creativity, and is well worth the money to visit.
Admission is free at this wonderful museum. Even special exhibits are free. The permanent collection includes an impressive range of regional and international works from many eras. However, we were fortunate to be here for the fantastic temporary exhibit "The Maori Portraits", featuring over 100 portraits of chiefs and other important people from 1800 to the 1900's in New Zealand. Although this show runs only until February 19, 2017, there are bound to be other equally impressive exhibits. The pop-up shops (related to temporary exhibits) and the regular gift shop are very nice.
Has wonderful set and short term exhibitions
The Auckland Museum of Art is New Zealand's largest and oldest museum. It displays more than 15,000 works and often hosts a variety of artistic events. If you have some free time in the city center and don't know what to do, it's a great way to spend your time.