The Incredible Hulk (2008)

Gamma-radiated Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) lays low in Brazil, avoiding the elevated heart rate that transforms him into the mighty green Hulk. With designs on the radiation’s military potential, US General Thaddeus Ross (William Hurt) dispatches Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth), an ageing British Marine hopped up on a small dose of Super Solider serum, to…

Major survey at GOMA celebrates Yayoi Kusama

A career-spanning survey of work by leading contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama opens at GOMA in November. ‘Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow’, co-curated by QAGOMA and National Gallery Singapore, is a wonderful journey through key moments in Kusama’s vast artistic career over seven decades. Now in her late 80s, Kusama is one…

Werner Herzog’s forgotten dreams and antarctic encounters

On Saturday 17 June, enjoy free screenings of two of Werner Herzog’s most jubilant explorations of the extremes of the world: his documentaries Encounters at the End of the World 2007 at 1.00pm and Cave of Forgotten Dreams 2010 at 3.00pm. These two documentaries are triumphs of modern documentary filmmaking. In both circumstances, Herzog travelled…

Iron Man (2008)

See the props from your favourite film. During the exhibition ‘Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe’, the Gallery of Modern Art’s Australian Cinémathèque screens all the films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe including Iron Man 2008. This is a great opportunity to see the films which have inspired the exhibition. The tone for the Marvel Cinematic Universe was set with…

From the Director: James Turrell light commission to transform GOMA

As we continue to mark GOMA’s 10th year, I am delighted to unveil our plan to transform the Gallery of Modern Art’s  ‘white box’ into a monumentally-scaled solid light wall. Part of the architects’ design concept by Architectus + Davenport Campbell lead architects Kerry Clare, Lindsay Clare and James Jones was for GOMA to have an…