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Upcoming Exhibitions

Hanga: Modern Japanese prints

Hanga: Modern Japanese prints

16 August 2014 – 8 March 2015 | QAG | Free
‘Hanga: Modern Japanese prints’ features works by some of the leading Japanese printmakers. This exhibition showcases over sixty works from the Gallery’s collection of Japanese prints created after 1950. Read more

Sublime: Contemporary works from the Collection

Sublime: Contemporary works from the Collection

30 August 2014 – 24 May 2015 | QAG | Free
‘Sublime: Contemporary works from the Collection’ features artists that create effects of wonder and uncertainty by engaging with sacred architectures, sublime geometries and the power of the natural world. Read more

Madonna Staunton: Out of a Clear Blue Sky

Madonna Staunton: Out of a Clear Blue Sky

30 August 2014 – 1 March 2015 | QAG | Free

Beginning with her earliest colour field abstracts of the 1960s, ‘Out of a clear blue sky’ searches through Staunton’s whole career for preludes and connections to her return to painting Read more

Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion

Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion

1 November 2014 – 15 February 2015 | GOMA | Ticketed
‘Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion’ explores the tremendous innovation of Japanese fashion designers from the early 1980s to the present. With nearly 100 garments featured in the exhibition, ranging from the classic and elegant to outrageous, this will be a fascinating experience and rare opportunity to view these unique creations first hand. Read more

Robert MacPherson

Robert MacPherson

From July 2015 | GOMA | Free
The Gallery is proud to announce a major exhibition of the work of one of the country’s most important conceptualists, Brisbane’s Robert MacPherson. The exhibition will be curated by New York-based curator and writer Ingrid Periz and will highlight MacPherson’s sophistication and wit through major works from the Gallery’s Collection, complemented by important loans from public and private collections. Read more