This art gallery is Canada's fifth largest art gallery. It's near Columbia University's downtown campus. It has collected about 11,000 works of art. However, some parts of the gallery may be closed for reassembly. The building itself is an old court house built in 1905. Architecture is worth looking at carefully. So, if you can't see all the works of art, you can still walk around the courts and enjoy the buildings.
Very good art gallery, when I went to the Forbidden City exhibition, I also saw Ai Weiwei's works of Qing Dynasty stools, as well as many other works of well-known modern artists. There are many styles in the painting exhibition. What impressed me most is a white canvas. It's very tiring to go shopping. It takes at least two and a half hours to see everything. There are no photographs in it. There are some pictures taken.
Weekend to go, there are many people queuing, a total of three floors, casual stroll is good, good place for leisure, more than 20 dollars of tickets. Locals seem to be able to book tickets online and offer discounts. I bought them directly from the front desk when I was in trouble.~
Vancouver Museum of Art is one of the most representative old buildings in Vancouver. Four floors together. The fourth floor is a perennial exhibition of the works of Canadian artist Emlly Carr. The latest exhibition on the second floor is the work of several photographers.
See the beautiful gallery egg chair, Nordic Danish design. Great decoration.
Many conscious exhibits, including model models, are dazzling and dazzling. It's a beautiful art gallery.