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We can make another future

We can make another future Takashi MURAKAMI (Japan b.1962), And then, and then and then and then and then 1994, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Purchased 1996. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery. Yayoi KUSAMA (Japan b.1929), The obliteration room 2002 to present, furniture, white paint, dot stickers Collaboration between Yayoi Kusama and Queensland Art Gallery. Commissioned Queensland Art Gallery, Australia. Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2012. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery. Yayoi KUSAMA (Japan b.1929), Soul under the moon 2002, mirrors, ultra violet lights, water, plastic, nylon thread, timber, synthetic polymer paint The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 2002 with funds from Michael Sidney Myer and The Myer Foundation, a project of the Sidney Myer Centenary Celebration 1899-1999, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation and The Yayoi Kusama Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Appeal. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery. Sachiko KAZAMA (Japan b.1972), Nonhuman crossing 2013, woodcut, sumi ink on Japanese paper on wood panel The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 2014 with funds from Michael Sidney Myer through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery. Kohei NAWA (Japan b.1975), PixCell-Double Deer#4 2010, mixed media. Purchased 2010 with funds from the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Diversity Foundation through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989, surveys the art of Heisei, the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar, through the presentation of around 100 works by over 40 contemporary Japanese artists, drawn from the Queensland Art Gallery Collection. Increasingly cosmopolitan in character and operating with an unprecedented level of international mobility, the art of this period offers a sophisticated reflection on the social conditions behind art’s production in Japan and the anxieties that accompany them.

 

Sachiko KAZAMA (Japan b.1972), Nonhuman crossing 2013, woodcut, sumi ink on Japanese paper on wood panel The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 2014 with funds from Michael Sidney Myer through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Sachiko KAZAMA (Japan b.1972), Nonhuman crossing 2013, woodcut, sumi ink on Japanese paper on wood panel The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 2014 with funds from Michael Sidney Myer through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

Kohei NAWA (Japan b.1975), PixCell-Double Deer#4 2010, mixed media. Purchased 2010 with funds from the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Diversity Foundation through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Kohei NAWA (Japan b.1975), PixCell-Double Deer#4 2010, mixed media. Purchased 2010 with funds from the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Diversity Foundation through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

Hiroshi SUGIMOTO (Japan/United States b.1948), Hall of Thirty-Three Bays (nos 1-24) 1995, gelatin silver photograph on paper. The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 1999 with funds from The Myer Foundation, a project of the Sidney Myer Centenary Celebration 1899-1999, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Hiroshi SUGIMOTO (Japan/United States b.1948), Hall of Thirty-Three Bays (nos 1-24) 1995, gelatin silver photograph on paper. The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 1999 with funds from The Myer Foundation, a project of the Sidney Myer Centenary Celebration 1899-1999, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

Takashi MURAKAMI (Japan b.1962), And then, and then and then and then and then 1994, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Purchased 1996. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Takashi MURAKAMI (Japan b.1962), And then, and then and then and then and then 1994, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Purchased 1996. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

Yasumasa MORIMURA (Japan b.1951), Doublonnage (Marcel) 1988 Type C photograph on paper bonded to aluminium Purchased 1989. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Yasumasa MORIMURA (Japan b.1951), Doublonnage (Marcel) 1988 Type C photograph on paper bonded to aluminium Purchased 1989. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

Yayoi KUSAMA (Japan b.1929), The obliteration room 2002 to present, furniture, white paint, dot stickers Collaboration between Yayoi Kusama and Queensland Art Gallery. Commissioned Queensland Art Gallery, Australia. Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2012. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Yayoi KUSAMA (Japan b.1929), The obliteration room 2002 to present, furniture, white paint, dot stickers Collaboration between Yayoi Kusama and Queensland Art Gallery. Commissioned Queensland Art Gallery, Australia. Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2012. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

Yayoi KUSAMA (Japan b.1929), Soul under the moon 2002, mirrors, ultra violet lights, water, plastic, nylon thread, timber, synthetic polymer paint The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 2002 with funds from Michael Sidney Myer and The Myer Foundation, a project of the Sidney Myer Centenary Celebration 1899-1999, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation and The Yayoi Kusama Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Appeal. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

Yayoi KUSAMA (Japan b.1929), Soul under the moon 2002, mirrors, ultra violet lights, water, plastic, nylon thread, timber, synthetic polymer paint The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Contemporary Asian Art. Purchased 2002 with funds from Michael Sidney Myer and The Myer Foundation, a project of the Sidney Myer Centenary Celebration 1899-1999, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation and The Yayoi Kusama Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Appeal. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery.

 

We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989, Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Brisbane (QLD), until 20 September 2015 – qagoma.qld.gov.au/