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The 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of
Contemporary Art

The sixth exhibition in the Gallery’s Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art series will occupy the entire Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) as well as the iconic Watermall and adjoining galleries at the Queensland Art Gallery (QAG).

APT6 will include the work of more than 100 artists from 25 countries, including collaborations and collectives, which reflect the diversity of practices across Asia, the Pacific and Australia.

APT6 will have a number of specific focuses and thematic links while considering recent shifts in contemporary art in communities that have not been represented in the APT before, including works by artists from Tibet, North Korea, Turkey and Iran, and from countries of the Mekong region such as Cambodia and Myanmar (Burma).

APT6 will also acknowledge the innovation that exists in performance and music in Asia and the Pacific. To this end, the Pacific Reggae Project will look at this musical genre as it has developed in Hawai'i, the Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Vanuatu and New Zealand.

The major thematic cinema program for APT6 looks west to explore cultural constellations  across the Indian subcontinent (Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Kashmir, Pakistan) to West Asia and the Middle East (including Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Armenia, Lebanon, Israel and Palestine).

AThe 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
Venue: 
Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, South Bank, Brisbane
Dates:  05/12/09 – 05/04/10

Official Site:
www.qag.qld.gov.au

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