Questions of labour and the exploitation of women’s bodies lie at the heart of Mika Rottenberg’s humorous video installations, one of which was recently purchased for the Gallery’s Collection. Often in Mika Rottenberg’s…
Tuesday 4 March 2014
Monday 3 March 2014
Executive Chef Josue Lopez is acquiring quite the loyal following of dedicated Brisbane epicurists thanks to the magic that has spilled out of his kitchens since taking over the Gallery’s restaurants in 2012….
Tuesday 25 February 2014
‘Fred Williams: Painter, Printmaker‘ explores the Gallery’s significant holdings of works by Fred Williams (1927–82): dating from the 1940s and 50s to the portfolio ‘Fred Williams lithographs 1976–1978’, his last great print series….
Friday 21 February 2014
Changes in our media technology and consumption, along with changes in the concept of the art museum itself, have sparked a renewed interest in performance art. Bree Richards explores the issues behind the…
Thursday 13 February 2014
To truly appreciate the epic work that is TERRA SPIRITUS … with a darker shade of pale 1993–98 currently on display at GOMA, you must immerse yourself within the mediative space and absorb this expansive…
Wednesday 12 February 2014
Engagement and exchange with people is a central element in Cai Guo-Qiang’s work. Conceived by the artist as an integral element in the exhibition, the Tea Pavilion is a place within the ‘Falling…