Celebrating women and film

The Australian Cinémathèque at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) intertwines three new cinema programs celebrating women filmmakers — ‘The Power and Passion of Jane Campion’, ‘Larisa Shepitko: The Poetry of Perseverance’, and ‘Women Make Film’. RELATED: 5 film suggestions to watch  The Power and Passion of Jane Campion ‘The Power and Passion of Jane…

Inaugural acquisitions: The Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Charitable Trust Collection

Win Schubert was one of this Gallery’s greatest friends and most ardent and involved donors, gifting and supporting work that always encouraged and lifted our ambition. Win truly believed in the potential of art to touch lives, to open minds and excite the imagination. And, at its best, to bring people together in shared curiosity…

Chiharu Shiota: The Soul Trembles

Encompassing the entire ground floor of the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), ‘The Soul Trembles’ is a survey from almost thirty years of renowned Japanese-born, Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota’s practice since the 1990s, incorporating large-scale installations, sculpture, video performance, photography, drawing and set design. The largest and most comprehensive exhibition to date, Shiota’s compelling immersive…

A Cultural Centre for Queensland: The proposals

Since the Queensland Art Gallery opened at South Bank on 21 June 1982, the Cultural Centre has evolved into the arts and culture centrepiece of Queensland. The Queensland Art Gallery celebrates 40 years at South Bank in 2022, and together with the Cultural Centre, are architecturally significant and demonstrate the evolution of modern landscape architecture…