When: Saturday, 8 December - Saturday, 14 April
Where: QAGOMA, Stanley Place, South Bank

The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7) features artworks by over 140 artists from 25 countries across the region. Pieces such as paintings, installations, sculptures and photography by Indigenous Australians and Papua New Guinean artists will also be showcased. Works by young Indonesia and Vietnamese artists will be featured, as well as artists' work from Turkey, Iran and Central Asia.

The central theme of APT7 is humanity's relationship to place at a time of rapid urbanisation and increase of people, trade and influence. The artists showcased have explored ideas regarding structures, have represented changing landscapes and alternative relationships between the city and humans.

This innovative, inspiring and interesting exhibition is running for five months at both the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art. Interactive programs for children as well as a cinema program will be included during the exhibition. This showcase displays the finest artworks from across the Asia Pacific region and as it only occurs every three years, it is worth checking out!

By Elizabeth Penrose
Concrete Playground


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