Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Travelling Exhibition

John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery
8 APRIL – 27 MAY 2017

‘Indo Pop’ presents a group of artists who were a central feature of QAGOMA’s 2012 flagship exhibition, The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7).

These works join the State’s pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship Australia sustains with one of its closest neighbours. The exhibition features five artists and groups who are at the forefront of contemporary Indonesian art, each having significant international profiles.

The artists included are: Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

The New Prophet from Trinity series 2011

SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko Indonesia b.1983 | The New Prophet (from ‘Trinity’ series) 2011 | Polyester resin and air brush, ed. ½. | Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation | Collection: QAGOMA

Curved Wall | Sophie Bourne

Curved Wall | 8 APRIL – 27 MAY 2017

Young photographer Sophie Bourne explores the ‘little things’ that surround us every day, but often pass-by without recognition.

Sophie enjoys taking the time to seek out the ‘little things’, hidden within the big things. For some reason ‘little things’ catch her eye; be it their obscurity, finesse, colour, detail, and vibrancy.

This exhibition is a representation of special intrigues that Sophie has observed and captured for you to appreciate.

Sophie Bourne Grannies gerbera

Sophie Bourne | Grannies gerbera (detail) |2016 | Digital photograph | Variable