Contemporary Queensland Art
11 Jul 2015 – 11 Oct 2015
GOMA | Gallery 1.3 | Free
Queensland is a site of intriguing ideas and values, diverse aesthetic practices and productive artistic exchanges. In 'GOMA Q', more than 30 emerging, mid-career and senior artists working across drawing, painting, photography, video, installation, performance, ceramics and sculpture reflect the dynamic character of art in the state today. 'GOMA Q' is the first in a series that will profile the innovations and achievements of leading Queensland visual artists.
Participating Artists: Vernon Ah Kee; Davida Allen; Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan; Paul Bai; Clark Beaumont; Antoinette J Citizen; Sam Cranstoun; Julie Fragar; Chantal Fraser; Ian Friend; Kim Guthrie; Dale Harding; Jennifer Herd; Naomi Hobson; Pat Hoffie; Anita Holtsclaw; Madeleine Kelly; Moe Louanjli; Ross Manning; Mavis Ngallametta; Liam O'Brien; Lawrence Omeenyo; Brian Robinson; Monica Rohan; Teho Ropeyarn; Gordon Shepherdson; Grant Stevens; Tyza Stewart; David M Thomas; Tim Woodward; Michael Zavros.
Julie Fragar, Australia b.1977 / Second Consideration After the Fact 2014 / Oil on board / Purchased by the Faculty of Science 2015, Monash University Museum of Art, Monash University Collection / © The artist.
Michael Zavros, Australia b.1974 / Homework 2014 / Giclee print on cotton rag paper, ed. of 8 / Courtesy: The artists.
Mavis Ngallametta, Kugu-Muman and Kugu-Uwanh peoples, b.1944 / Wutan #2 2014 / Natural pigments and charcoal with acrylic binder on canvas / Purchased 2015 with funds from Cathryn Mittelheuser, AM, through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © The artist.
Tyza Stewart, Australia b.1990 / Untitled 2014 / Oil on board / Purchased 2014 with funds from Alex and Kitty Mackay through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © The artist.
Davida Allen, Australia b.1951 / Grandmother painting 2013 / Oil on marine ply / Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation 2015. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © The artist.
Liam O'Brien, Australia b. 1987 / Domestication 2014 / High definition single channel video, 10 mins 15 sec, ed. of 5 / Courtesy Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney. View full image