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24 Nov 2018 – 28 Apr 2019 QAGOMA | Free The hugely ambitious APT series returns to QAGOMA this summer. Undoubtedly, it brings significant art from across Asia Pacific to Brisbane. Overflowing with colour and life, this free contemporary art exhibition presents a unique mix of creativity and cross-cultural insight. Moreover, you can discover more than 400 artworks by 80 individuals, collectives and groups that capture the energy of new art being created in Asia, the Pacific and Australia. In addition to that, alongside the exhibition are 3 thought-provoking film programs, 8 hands on activities for kids and 5 months of ongoing programs and special events, including daily guide tours. The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) is a single institution located across two adjacent river-side buildings in the Cultural Precinct at Brisbane's South Bank. Presently, QAGOMA holds a collection of over 17,000 works of historical, modern and…Find out more »
Discussing Australia’s history of race and power Those Monuments Don’t Know Us coming to Bundoora Homestead Those-Monuments-Don’t-Know-Us, a new exhibition at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, pushes the limits of Australia’s current political and cultural landscape. Indeed, it engages in conversation with a colonial history that defines Australia. Exemplified by the opulent British architecture of Bundoora Homestead, the works of these artists provoke questions about who we are and where we are going. Artists in the exhibition speak to the social, cultural and political structures that continue to shape national discourse. Most work, among other things, touches on the deep issues around culture, racism and power that still define us. Besides, the exhibition features recent works and new commissions. The artists of these works bring diverse perspectives and cultural narratives to notions of ‘belonging’ in Australia. The exhibiting artists include Khadim Ali, Timmah Ball, Hayley Millar-Baker, Phuong Ngo, James Nguyen, Nabilah…Find out more »
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