Jacobus Capone uses his body to endure extreme conditions as a way of connecting to the environment.
12 new Nell artworks join the UQ Art Collection.
Opening at UQ Art Museum on 24 November 2018, Play On: The art of sport will feature the winners and other key works by leading Australian artists from all five instalments of the prize, encompassing painting, sculpture, video, drawing, and mixed-media installation.
This is the first film created by Reko Rennie and connects the artist with his Grandmother’s story as a member of the Stolen Generation.
Shirley Macnamara was raised in Camooweal, Queensland and on pastoral properties throughout the Barkly Tableland.
Judy Watson is a prolific and acclaimed Brisbane-based artist, who belongs to the Waanyi people of northwestern Queensland. Her work has often reflected on the histories of Aboriginal people that lie submerged in the landscape. Watson made found 10 inches under in response to viewing an Aboriginal shield at UQ Anthropology Museum.1 The shield was …
UQ Art Museum’s Isabella Baker and Emma McLean have curated a beautiful exhibition of selected etchings and paintings by prolific Brisbane artist, Judy Watson, who belongs to the Waanyi people of northwest Queensland. UQ Honours student and Art Museum Digital Media assistant Hilary Thurlow caught up with Isabella and Emma to find more about their …
Julie Fragar’s practice is centred on painting and its relationship to human subjects and authors.
Responding thematically to Robert Smithson: Time Crystals, in site juxtaposes Australian experimental art practice from the 1960s and 1970s with more recent artworks that explore related ideas. Performative, site-specific or conceptually based, many of the works engage with the landscape through documented interventions that connect to environmental, political, or artistic concerns. Ahead of the opening …
Clive Murray-White will restage his iconic Smokebomb sculpture 1971 at sunset on the Forgan Smith lawn, just prior to the opening of in site: process, performance, documentation, a new exhibition juxtaposing Australian experimental art practices and ideas from the 1960s and 1970s with recent artworks. An experience not to be missed!