2016: GOMA turns 10 countdown

GOMA. A place where people come together to be inspired and imaginations spark. A place where ideas meet. This summer will be packed with even more excitement as GOMA turns 10. So come along and help us celebrate. GOMA Turns 10 this weekend and we’re celebrating. Enjoy a range of programs, special events and related exhibitions —…

Interview: Geraldine Barlow, Curator of ‘Sugar Spin’

We recently caught up with Geraldine Barlow, Curator of International Art and the very busy curator behind the upcoming exhibition ‘Sugar Spin: you, me, art and everything’ opening this weekend at GOMA. Sugar Spin is our celebration of 10 years of GOMA. It will feature over 250 contemporary artworks exploring light, space, architecture and the senses.…

GOMA. A place where people come together

In 2001, then Architectus Design Directors Kerry Clare, Lindsay Clare and James Jones won an Architect Selection Competition to design the new Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in Brisbane. Construction began in 2002 and was completed in 2006, coinciding with the launch of the ‘The 5th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’. GOMA quickly became…

Lucent: Contemporary Aboriginal and Pacific textiles

Seemingly fragile and ephemeral, the fibre works in ‘Lucent: Contemporary Aboriginal and Pacific textiles from the Collection’ represent the strength, vitality and resilience of Aboriginal and Pacific societies. The Gallery is committed to acquiring contemporary textiles by Papua New Guinean, Asian, Pacific, Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal Australian artists. ‘Lucent’ combines Aboriginal and Pacific fibre…

2015: GOMA turns 10 countdown

As we continue our countdown to GOMA’s tenth birthday celebrations on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 December 2016, we look back to 2015 when GOMA exclusively presented the first exhibition in Australia to explore the 50 year career of the acclaimed Los Angeles-based artist and filmmaker David Lynch (14 March – 8 June 2015) sending fans…

Interview: Alex Lotersztain, Designer & GOMA Ambassador

GOMA Ambassador Alex Lotersztain, designer of the official ‘GOMA turns 10′ Ambassador chair, the QTZ limited edition GOLD Alex Lotersztain is a Brisbane-based designer with an international reputation and a multi-disciplinary studio and also one of our GOMA Turns 10 Ambassadors. He’s spent the last decade sharing a postcode with the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA),…