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Lynch publication

David Lynch: Between Two Worlds


We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989

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David Lynch: Between Two Worlds

One of the most innovative, influential and distinctive figures of his generation, David Lynch has worked as a visual artist for nearly 50 years, across a range of media. 'David Lynch: Between Two Worlds' is Lynch's first exhibition in Australia - exclusive to GOMA from 14 March until 7 June 2015.  This richly illustrated accompanying publication features an interview with David Lynch discussing his working methodology, and new photography of the artist by Just Loomis. Also included are essays on the exhibition's themes and the artist's studio practice by José De Silva (Senior Curator and Head of the Australian Cinématèque, QAGOMA) and Associate Professor Greg Hainge (Deputy Head of School and Reader in French, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland).
RRP $39.95 | Members price $31.95

We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989

We can make another future, which accompanies the exhibition of the same name, profiles QAGOMA’s holdings of contemporary art from Japan. It chronicles the art of the Heisei era, which commenced in 1989 with the ascension of Emperor Akihito, through major works by artists including Yayoi Kusama, Lee Ufan, Takashi Murakami, Yasumasa Morimura, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Tomoko Yoneda. The era coincides with the peak of the Japanese economic boom and its later contraction, which led to the ‘lost decades’ of the 1990s and 2000s, but also the rise of Japan as a cultural superpower. QAGOMA’s collection of contemporary Japanese art is the most extensive in Australia and is uniquely positioned to shed light on this fascinating period, exploring various aspects of culture and society in Japan through the work of its leading artists.

This richly illustrated publication includes essays on the major exhibition themes by Reuben Keehan and Shihoko Iida and a detailed chronology spanning 25 years of Japanese art in the context of wider culture and society.
RRP $39.95 | Members price $31.95