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G20 Leaders’ Summit, Brisbane

Costume

Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion | 1 November 2014 – 15 February 2015 | Comme des Garçons (Rei Kawakubo), Autumn/Winter 2012 / Photography: Masayuki Hayashi / Collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute

15 and 16 November 2014

The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) will welcome visitors to Brisbane during the G20 Leaders Summit this November.

Our two galleries feature dynamic exhibitions and activities exploring the work of historical and contemporary artists from Australia and around the world. QAGOMA’s Children’s Art Centre presents interactive installations for young visitors and the Australian Cinémathèque showcases the work of influential filmmakers. Overlooking the Brisbane River in South Bank’s Cultural Precinct, the galleries offer cafes, modern dining and retail areas.

QAGOMA is internationally regarded as a leading institution for the collection and display of contemporary art from Asia, the Pacific and Australia.

As the G20 Summit draws closer, here are some details about closures around QAGOMA in South Bank and Brisbane CBD.
G20 update: Impacts on South Bank and Brisbane CBD

If you want to find out more about the G20 Leaders Summit, November 15–16, 2014, we suggest visiting:
G20 Australia 2014
G20 Brisbane 2014 
G20 Queensland Police | G20 Information Brochure
G20 Queensland Government

Exhibitions of Interest:
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.
We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989 surveys the art of Heisei, the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar, through the presentation of around 100 works by over 40 contemporary Japanese artists.
Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion explores the tremendous innovation of Japanese fashion designers from the early 1980s to the present. 


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