The Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane
Enjoy Brisbane at its vibrant best as the city plays host to the landmark tenth edition of the Asia Pacific Triennial, celebrating the art of this culturally-diverse region.
Join Julie Ewington, former curator and Head of Australian Art at QAGOMA, to be immersed in the highlights of this progressive art event. Delight in a major new installation by Hawaiian artist Kaili Chun, whose delicate and large scale works explore the intersection of nature and industry, and investigate the convergence of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia with the most recent painting from Gordon Hookey’s MURRILAND! series, and at an exhibition charting the interactions of Macassan traders and Yolngu people.
Discover the impressive art collections of Queensland’s leading universities, encounter the diversity of Taiwanese Indigenous art, and go behind the scenes with private viewings at some of the city’s most dynamic contemporary art galleries.
This tour is part of the World Art Tours program organised by the Art Gallery Society of NSW in partnership with Renaissance Tours.