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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 — including ‘Sugar Spin: you, me, art and everything‘ and ‘A World View: The Tim Fairfax Gift‘.
Hear from artists, be amazed by spectacular performances, and be a part of art through hands-on workshops and demonstrations.
OPENING WEEKEND CELEBRATIONS
Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 December 2016
Wednesday 18 – Sunday 22 January 2017
GOMA TURNS 10 EXHIBITIONS & SCREENINGS
NEW PUBLIC ARTWORK BY JUDY WATSON
We hope you have enjoyed looking back at our favourite exhibitions from the last ten years.
GOMA TURNS 10 COUNTDOWN BLOGS
After 10 weeks of our ‘GOMA Turns 10’ countdown, we profile our two major exhibitions that showcased at GOMA just this year – The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) (21 November 2015 – 10 April 2016) and Cindy Sherman (28 May – 3 October 2016)
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FROM THE PAST 10 YEARS.
Produced in association with QAGOMA’s presentation of the first exhibition of Sherman’s large-scale photographs made since 2000 to be seen in Australia, this richly illustrated publication explores the artist’s articulate, incisive and influential practice. Over 50 of Sherman’s works are illustrated — including the artist’s never-before-seen new works from 2016 — in a publication that showcases colour, texture and character.
Win the 114 page full-colour exhibition catalogue valued at $39.95.
The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art is the Gallery’s flagship exhibition focused on the work of Asia, the Pacific and Australia. Our eighth edition emphasised the role of performance in art, with live actions, video, kinetic art, figurative painting and sculpture exploring the use of the human form to express cultural, social and political ideas, and the central role of artists in articulating experiences specific to their localities.
APT8 included more than 80 artists and groups, a program of artist performances and projects, an extensive cinema program, and activities for kids and families.
This special performance featuring Kanak choreographers and dancers Richard Digoué and Simane Wénéthem, and accompanied by musician Tio Massing and Yumi Danis (We Dance) co-curator Marcel Meltherorong was performed on the opening weekend of APT8.
Cindy Sherman is renowned for her mastery of masquerade — her own image is at the centre of an inspiring array of character studies created over decades. Sherman expands on contemporary society’s fascination with aspiration, narcissism and the cult of celebrity.
In May Brisbane was treated to Sherman’s large-scale photographs made since 2000, with the exhibition profiling the artist’s return as the central model in her artworks, for which she is also costume designer, make-up artist and photographer. The exhibition travelled to the City Gallery Wellington in New Zealand and is on show until 19 March 2017.
DELVE DEEPER INTO THE WORK OF CINDY SHERMAN
WHAT EXHIBITION AT GOMA HAS BEEN YOUR FAVOURITE?