Contemporary Queensland Art
11 Jul 2015 – 11 Oct 2015
GOMA | Free
'GOMA Q' is the first in a series that will profile the innovations and achievements of leading Queensland visual artists.
The exhibition will profile more than 30 emerging, mid-career and senior artists working across the spectrum of themes and media and will reflect the dynamic character of Queensland art today.
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