It’s inside out

‘Red is the colour I’ve felt very strongly about … Of course it’s the colour of the interior of our bodies. In a way it’s inside out … I’m interested in the idea that form in a sense turns itself inside out, that the inside and the outside are equivalent to each other.’ Anish Kapoor…

The sublime and cultural difference

‘Sublime: Contemporary Works from the Collection’ draws together culturally diverse points of contact with notions of the sublime through major works from QAGOMA’s Australian and international collections. Here, we trace some of the multiple historical and cultural narratives surrounding the sublime. In the last 30 years there has been sustained attention to concepts of the sublime in…