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Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Gifted: Ten years of Artspace Mackay Foundation

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery Two, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016

Focusing specifically on purchases funded by the gallery’s vital fundraising arm Artspace Mackay Foundation, Gifted highlights the philanthropic support Artspace receives to develop the Mackay region’s diverse and vibrant collection. Artists’ books, prints and works on paper come together in this eclectic exhibition celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Indo Pop: Indonesian art from APT7

Every day, until 4th Dec 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm

Gallery One, Artspace Mackay
October 21 - December 4, 2016
Closed Mondays

'Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7' presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's flagship 2012 exhibition, 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. These works join the state's pioneering collection of contemporary Indonesian art, and builds on the strong relationship we maintain with one of our closest neighbours.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

Over the past decade, a new generation of Indonesian contemporary artists have forged careers in the wake of the Suharto era, contributing to the nation's new status as a major centre for international art. Armed with the rebellious spirit of their predecessors, changing media platforms and a recently booming art market, this exciting group of artists tend to look to urban and popular culture for new styles to express themselves. With a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they explore issues such as colonialism, migration, multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban experience, concerns that will resonate with many Australians.

'Indo Pop' includes works by Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Wedhar Riyadi, Edwin Roseno, Tromarama and Tintin Wulia.

Education Resource
An accompanying Education resource is available to download

Image: SAPUTRO (aka Hahan), Uji Handoko Eko,
Indonesia  b.1983. The Journey 2011. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / Purchased 2011. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation / Collection: QAGOMA