The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10) is one of Brisbane’s most popular and unique art exhibitions. It’s on at the QLD Art Gallery and GOMA until July 10th. It features the work of more than 150 artists from 30 countries from the Asia Pacific region.
Reuben Keane is the gallery’s curator of contemporary Asian art and he says the exhibition is ‘really our flagship exhibition in terms of scope and its scale. There’s some really extraordinary and diverse works here. From artists from a whole range of cultures across our region. I can guarantee you that when you come to see the exhibition you’ll learn something about our part of the world we’re in, and you’ll find work that you love.’
The well as extraordinary art, the exhibition features a range of discussions, forums, talks, performances and even a curated cinema program.
The exhibition is perfect for families with small kids and best of all, entry is free.