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A Look at the Museum of Contemporary Arts

Located near the iconic Sydney Opera House, the Museum of Contemporary Arts houses an array of grandiose and visually appealing works of modern-day Australians, including world-renowned Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. From imaginative paintings to complex abstracts, Australian creativity and ingenuity are depicted in each piece of craft in the four-storey gallery. Every piece has its unique and distinctly Australian flair that separates it from other contemporary arts from around the globe. Each work represents a kaleidoscope of vibrant colours and a celebration of pragmatic experiences of daily Australian life by the artist. The different men and women who created them bring you to their level of imagination interpreted in an original and innovative technique that highlights their individual skills.

The Museum of Contemporary Arts is situated at George Street, The Rocks in Circular Quay. Come and visit the gallery and be astounded by the works of various Australian artists which is open daily.


4 thoughts on “A Look at the Museum of Contemporary Arts

  1. With this exhibit at the MCA Australia, it’s great to see how Aussie artistic minds work! 🙂

    Posted by blueblack2010 | June 20, 2012, 3:06 PM
  2. Interesting art works.

    Posted by Mick | June 27, 2012, 7:32 PM

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