We visited GoMA (Gallery of Modern Art) when Our Daughter and SIL visited from Sydney. The APT7 (The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial) exhibition was on. It doesn't seem three years since we saw the last one. We enjoyed it very much so we were happy to go again.
|The Gallery of Modern Art|
As we lived in Papua/New Guinea for some time, we were interested in looking at the art work from there. We recognised quite a lot of articles. Don't look too closely to this piece as it might shock you.
I was very remiss on this visit and forgot to take shots of the information plaques so sorry no artists names etc.
As I looked down one of the spaces I saw this huge yellow construction. As I walked closer it seemed to get bigger and bigger and you could walk inside it like TOH and Carol-Ann did here.
It stretched the width of the building and it was two storeys high. Believe it or not it was called "Yellow" and it is constructed from cardboard cartons, tape and yellow paint.
Three funny heads.
My kind of art.
I liked these too. The design was inspired by knotted balls of string. On the white benches are all different kinds of tangled knots of string.
After our wander around this beautiful gallery Carol and David took us to the Restaurant there for a delicious lunch and red wine. They can come and visit more often.