Mysterious and mundane: The art of Jeffrey Smart

The year 2021 marks one hundred years since the birth of Australian artist Jeffrey Smart (1921-2013). To celebrate we delve into two of his works currently on loan to the National Gallery of Australia for his major exhibition. One of Australia’s most celebrated artists, he sought inspiration from the world around him. DELVE DEEPER: Jeffrey Smart…

APT10 Kids on tour

Experience a range of exciting free hands-on art-making activities when QAGOMA presents APT10 Kids on Tour at a regional and remote centre near you until 30 April 2022. APT10 Kids on Tour connects young visitors and their families with ideas and cultures from across Australia, Asia and the Pacific through a diverse range of activities…

Three decades of Asia Pacific Triennial on tour

Experience highlights from our long-running Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) series of exhibitions, when ‘Asia Pacific Contemporary: Three Decades of APT’ featuring works of art commissioned or collected from APT1 (1993) through to APT9 (2018) tours Queensland from December 2021 until July 2024. ‘Asia Pacific Contemporary’ profiles key moments which has contributed so…

Stage two: Asia Pacific Art Papers: Contemporary Contexts, Practices, Ideas

To coincide with the opening of ‘The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT10), QAGOMA released the second stage of the Asia Pacific Art Papers: Contemporary Contexts, Practices, Ideas — a free digital publication produced in three stages that contains new insights into the changing conditions and practices of artists in the region. DELVE…

Asia Pacific Triennial: New futures imagined

QAGOMA’s landmark exhibition series, the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT), celebrates its tenth iteration in 2021. APT10 brings together more than 150 artists, collectives and filmmakers to reflect on complex histories, current urgencies and cultural encounters as they imagine a multiplicity of futures. RELATED (Part 1): APT10: Navigating new futures Ways of navigating…