APT Watermall projects

 
TOYA, ShigeoJapanWoods III detailAPT1 1993Queensland Art Gallery
APT1 1993 featuring Shigeo Toya, Japan b.1947 / Woods III 1991-92 / Wood, ashes and synthetic polymer paint / 30 pieces / The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 1994 with funds from The Myer Foundation and Michael Sidney Myer through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation and with the assistance of the International Exhibitions Program / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / © Shigeo Toya
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APT2 1996 featuring New Zealand artists Chris Booth’s Pumice from the mountains 1993 and Brett Graham’s Kahukura 1995
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APT3 1999 featuring Cai Guo-Qiang’s Bamboo bridge
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APT4 2002 featuring Yayoi Kusama’s Narcissus garden 1966/2002 comprising 2000 stainless steel balls (approx.) / Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2002 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / © Yayoi Kusama
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APT5 2006 featuring AI Weiwei, China b.1957 / Boomerang 2006 / Glass lustres, plated steel, electric cables, incandescent lamps / Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2007 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © AI Weiwei
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APT6 2009 featuring Ayaz Jokhio’s A thousand doors and windows too… 2009
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APT7 2012 featuring Huang Yong Ping, China/France b.1954 / Ressort 2012 / Aluminium, stainless steel / Purchased 2012 with funds from Tim Fairfax, AM, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / © Huang Yong Ping
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APT8 2015 featuring Haegue Yang’s Sol LeWitt Upside Down — Open Modular Cubes (Small), expanded 958 times / © The artist

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 look back at all our ‘Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ Watermall projects since 1993.

The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) is the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s flagship exhibition focused on the work of Asia, the Pacific and Australia. APT8 (21 November 2015 – 10 April 2016) includes more than 80 artists and groups, an ongoing program of artist performances and projects; a conference as part of the opening program; extensive cinema programs; publications; and activities for kids and families.

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Feature image: Huang Yong Ping Ressort 2012

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