QAGOMA’s tenth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art has landed on Fish Lane
For almost 30 years, QAGOMA’s Asia Pacific Triennial has brought together exciting and innovative developments in contemporary art, with the APT10 featuring 69 projects by emerging and established artists and collectives, (together comprising more than 150 individuals) from more than 30 countries.
APT10’s program includes large-scale installations, immersive multimedia artworks, sculpture, textiles, paintings, photography and video, as well as APT10 three curated cinema programs, interactive artist projects for children and families, and events including Up Late (in March 2022) and a closing weekend Festival.
To celebrate the colour and cultural diversity of APT10, Fish Lane’s Lune Croissant is offering a limited-edition flavour: the Rose Lychee. Featuring coconut frangipane, Tahitian vanilla cream, lychee and lime jelly and a hint of Japanese cheesecake, the croissant is dressed with fresh lychee, lychee jelly, white chocolate shards and delicate candied rose petals—a work of art in itself! Limited numbers of the Rose Lychee croissant are available from Lune on Manning Street, or QAG Cafe or GOMA Bistro at the gallery.
In addition to the edible celebration, our Brisbane City Council Outdoor Gallery lightboxes are housing their own APT artwork to commemorate the exhibition.
‘Ida’ by Syagini Ratna Wulan explores colour, shape and pattern through mandala designs, which are common in Hindu and Buddhist spiritual and religious practices to create a sense of wellness.
The APT10 will be on display at QAGOMA through to April 25, 2022; you can read more about the exhibition here.