From now until April 10, the world's largest collection of art from Australia, Asia and the Pacific is on display at the gallery as part of the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8). Featuring the works of over 80 artists from 32 countries across the region, the triennial is one of the biggest events on Australia's arts calendar and has attracted over two million gallery goers since it launched in 1993.
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Presented by Audi, a long-time supporter of contemporary art in Australia, APT8 encompasses large-scale sculptures, immersive installations, interactive performances and kinetic artworks, along with a comprehensive line-up of public programs and APT8 Cinema, which will address the representation of Islam in popular culture as well as independent cinema from the Philippines.
The exhibition gives Australians the chance to discover art rarely seen on our shores - one of this year's highlights is a major group of paintings by four Mongolian artists never before shown in Australia. Visit qagoma.qld.gov.au for more details.