Auckland Art Gallery Auckland Museum of Art. There are regular English guides every day, and Chinese guides every Thursday to Sunday. They give excellent explanations (modern art can't understand without explaining). The most striking thing is Figure 1, where the floor is fossil - not a ceramic tile with fossil patterns, but a real fossil! Floor made from layers of real fossils. Fig. 4, Marriage. Look at their body language.
We hired a good museum guide. I strongly recommend you to invite one, because the museum itself has many unique buildings, you may never recognize it yourself... The tour guide can also explain the main points of the collection in detail. But even without a guide, I would recommend you to visit it. This is a very good and interesting museum. International visitors are required to collect tickets to support the operation of the museum.
The Auckland Museum of Art is located in the central square of Auckland. Without looking at the introduction, I really think it is a church. It has tall towers and looks very much like European churches. Museum collects a lot of art treasures, there are many famous paintings, or is worth visiting.
The Auckland Museum of Art is located between Austria and AUT. It does not accept admission tickets. From time to time, student groups hold gatherings and seminars in it. There are many works of art, which need to know local artists to appreciate. There is Mojo coffee in the gallery.
The Auckland Museum of Art is located in City, Auckland. It can be seen from a long uphill. Residents and label holders in Auckland are free of charge. Among them, there are some local modern art and some western art, not to mention Maori art. Most noteworthy is that there is a space made of abandoned cartons, which basically comes from children's imagination. It's amazing!
The Auckland Museum of Fine Arts is part of the Auckland Municipal Government. Apart from being named the most beautiful building, it also has many free exhibitions. The first floor is the exhibition in New Zealand, and the third floor is the clubhouse and the fee-paying exhibition. It can also be rented here for activities. There are some special commodities in the shop of the gallery, which are not necessarily found elsewhere. Don't miss them if you want to buy souvenirs and souvenirs.