Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), is gearing up to bend your mind with their new exhibition, Surrealism: The Poetry of Dreams. This is an Australian exclusive, with 180 artworks by 56 artists, representing the core of the iconic Surrealism collection housed in Paris’s, Centre Pompidou. The Poetry of Dreams features films, paintings, collages, drawings, photographs and sculptures by artists such as Andre Breton, Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte, Max Ernst and Man Ray. There will also be an interactive children’s gallery; GoMA’s popular Up Late Program blending film screenings, discussions/talks and live sounds; and a Surrealist High Tea. The exhibition opens on June 11 and runs until October 2. This is a great score for Brisbane, so if you have been thinking about a trip to our fine city, this may be a great reason to book that ticket.