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‘The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial’
Nov 2018 - Apr 2019

Zico Albaiquni / Indonesia b.1987 / When it shook, the earth stood still (After Pirous) (detail) 2018 / Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2018 with funds from Konfir Kabo through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation / © Zico Albaiquini

The hugely ambitious APT series brings significant art from across the Asia Pacific to Brisbane. Overflowing with colour and life, this free contemporary art exhibition presents a unique mix of creativity and cross-cultural insight.

Visitors to APT9 discovered more than 400 artworks by over 80 individuals, collectives and groups that capture the energy of new art being created in Asia, the Pacific and Australia. Alongside the exhibition were three thought-provoking film programs, eight hands-on activities for kids and five months of ongoing programs and special events, including daily guided tours. Visit the full APT9 exhibition archive.

 


The list of objects below represents the many works acquired from APT9 for the QAGOMA Collection.
 

Feature image: Zico Albaiquni / Indonesia b.1987 / When it shook, the earth stood still (After Pirous) (detail) 2018 / Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2018 with funds from Konfir Kabo through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation / © Zico Albaiquini



 

Artworks featured in ‘The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial’

Artwork has not been digitised or not available due to pending copyright clearence, thus not currently available online

untitled (giran) 2018

Artwork Rumu (ceremonial spear) this artwork made of Timber, natural fibres and feathers, created in 2018-01-01

Rumu (ceremonial spear) 2018

Artwork Rumu (ceremonial spear) this artwork made of Timber, natural fibres and feathers, created in 2018-01-01

Rumu (ceremonial spear) 2018

Artwork Ulang (ceremonial spear) this artwork made of Timber, natural fibres and feathers, created in 2018-01-01

Ulang (ceremonial spear) 2018

Artwork has not been digitised or not available due to pending copyright clearence, thus not currently available online

Tutana 2018

Artwork has not been digitised or not available due to pending copyright clearence, thus not currently available online

Tutana 2018

Artwork Loloi this artwork made of Diwarra (Nassa callosa and Nassa camelus snail) shells, cane and wire, created in 2018-01-01

Loloi 2018

Artwork Loloi this artwork made of Diwarra (Nassa callosa and Nassa camelus snail) shells, cane and wire, created in 2018-01-01

Loloi 2018

Artwork Loloi this artwork made of Diwarra (Nassa callosa and Nassa camelus snail) shells, cane and wire, created in 2018-01-01

Loloi 2018

Artwork Loloi this artwork made of Diwarra (Nassa callosa and Nassa camelus snail) shells, cane and wire, created in 2018-01-01

Loloi 2018

Artwork Loloi this artwork made of Diwarra (Nassa callosa and Nassa camelus snail) shells, cane and wire, created in 2018-01-01

Loloi 2018

Artwork has not been digitised or not available due to pending copyright clearence, thus not currently available online

11.11 2018

Artwork Tikana Arip (fathom) this artwork made of Diwarra (Nassa callosa and Nassa camelus snail), shells, cane, string, created in 2018-01-01

Tikana Arip (fathom) 2018

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APT9

2018–19