"Cai Guo-Qiang" tag
  • Thursday 6 April 2017
    Sugar Spin: you, me, art and everythingGallery of Modern Artinstallation viewSugar Spin: you, me, art and everythingGallery of Modern Artinstallation view


    Complex connections between humanity and the natural world are celebrated and reconceived in ‘Sugar Spin: you, me, art and everything’. The exhibition plays with ideas of abundance, dizziness and disorientation in five contrasting…

  • Wednesday 9 November 2016
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    2013: GOMA turns 10 countdown

    With GOMA turning 10 in just a couple of weeks, we look back at one of the most dramatic exhibitions held at GOMA. ‘Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling Back to Earth’ (23 November 2013 –…

  • Wednesday 12 October 2016
    'The China Project'installation view'The China Project'installation view

    2009: GOMA turns 10 countdown

    This, our fourth blog highlights another major exhibition in our weekly countdown to GOMA’s tenth birthday this December. In 2009 ‘The China Project’ opened at GOMA (28 March – 28 June 2009), a…

  • Friday 6 November 2015

    APT Watermall projects

    We’re currently installing Haegue Yang’s Sol LeWitt Upside Down — Open Modular Cubes (Small), expanded 958 times which uses over 1000 Venetian blinds to create a formal, immersive structure, so we thought it was time to…

  • Tuesday 13 October 2015

    Gold Coast Benefactor awarded 2015 QAGOMA Medal

    In recognition of her exceptional and inspiring contribution to the state art collection, the Gallery has awarded Gold Coast-based philanthropist Mrs Winifred (Win) Schubert AO the 2015 QAGOMA Medal. Win Schubert was presented…

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  • Tuesday 8 April 2014

    ‘How did the tree get into GOMA?’

    While developing his exhibition ‘Falling Back to Earth’ at the Gallery of Modern Art, Cai Guo-Qiang undertook a series of research visits to locations around Queensland. On one of these trips, Cai, his…