The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10)
04 Dec 2021 – 25 Apr 2022
QAG, GOMA | Free
The tenth chapter in the Gallery’s flagship exhibition series will include 69 projects with new and recent work by more than 150 emerging and established artists, collectives and filmmakers from more than 30 countries. For its landmark tenth edition, the Asia Pacific Triennial looks to the future of art and the world we inhabit together. The vast majority of the exhibition will consist of newly commissioned works of art developed through sustained engagement with this culturally diverse region.
Major new works by artists Kaili Chun (Kanaka Ōiwi,Hawai’i), Gordon Hookey (Waanyi people, Australia), Kimiyo Mishima (Japan), Salote Tawale (Fiji/Australia) and Grace Lillian Lee & Uncle Ken Thaiday Snr (Meriam Mir people, Australia), will be among the highlights of ‘The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT10).
First group of artists announced: 3AM Myanmar est. 2016 / Air Canoe: Northern Oceania: Chuuk, Pohnpei, Kosrae, the Republic of the Marshall Islands and their diasporas / Maryam Ayeen Iran b.1983, & Abbas Shahsavar Iran b.1985 / Kaili Chun Hawai'i b.1962 / Brian Fuata, Aotearoa New Zealand b.1978 / Gordon Hookey Waanyi people, Australia b.1961 / Chia-Wei Hsu Taiwan b.1983 / Hu Yun China b.1986 / Grace Lillian Lee Meriam Mir people, Australia b.1988 & Uncle Ken Thaiday Snr Meriam Mir people, Australia b.1950 / Kimiyo Mishima Japan b.1932 / Nguyên Thi Châu Giang Vietnam b.1975 / Shannon Novak Aotearoa New Zealand b.1979 / Lee Paje Philippines b.1980 / Syagini Ratna Wulan Indonesia b.1979 / Seleka International Art Society Initiative Tonga est. 2008 / Than Sok Cambodia b.1984 / Thasnai Sethaseree Thailand b.1968 / Kamruzzaman Shadhin Bangladesh b.1974 & Gidree Bawlee Foundation of Arts Bangladesh est. 2001 / Sumakshi Singh India b.1980 / Salote Tawale Fiji b.1976 / Uramat Mugas (Uramat Story Songs) Indigenous Uramat Identity, Papua New Guinea / Yolngu/Macassan Project Australia and Indonesia.
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Kamruzzaman Shadhin, Bangladesh b.1974 / Gidree Bawlee Foundation of Arts, Bangladesh Est. 2001 / The fibrous souls 2018-21 (works in development in Thakurgaon, Bangladesh) / Courtesy: the artists.