2012 Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Appeal — it’s happening now!

Right now, the Queensland Art Gallery is showing 37 magnificent historical Aboriginal works that we are working to acquire through our 2012 Appeal. Can you help? These objects tell a uniquely Queensland story. When Europeans arrived, Queensland was home to many of the richest and most exciting Aboriginal cultures on the continent. Best known are the…

Landscape and desire

In terms of this year’s exhibition program, Ride the Caspian is a bit of a taste of what’s to come in APT7, which opens in December and features a strong focus on West and Central Asia. The work itself will also be part of the next Biennale of Sydney, opening shortly. Ride the Caspian is a collaborative work by…

People are the pulse, the breath, the life of the Queensland Art Gallery

The Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) celebrates its 30th anniversary at our South Bank site on June 21 this year. Over the coming weeks, we will look back at the Gallery’s history, delve into our archives and share some of our stories. The Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) celebrates its 30th anniversary at our South Bank site on June…