Making a mark: the collection and display of Aboriginal and Asian art at the Queensland art gallery
This thesis examines the collection and display of Aboriginal and Asian art at the Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) during the period from the move to the current South Bank site in 1982, until 2000. It investigates the increasing prominence and legitimisation accorded to these two collection areas. It demonstrates how QAG's initiatives in these domains, in particular the Asia-Pacific Triennials of Contemporary Art, have enabled the institution to 'make its mark' and distinguish itself from other...[Show more]
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