City in the Sun
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City in the Sun

Date & time
Sun 16 Jan 2022
10:00am to 5:00pm
Add to Calendar 2022-01-16 10:00 2022-01-16 17:00 Australia/Brisbane City in the Sun City in the Sun&nbsp;uncovers and reimagines Brisbane&rsquo;s subtropical image. Showcasing large-scale new contemporary artworks alongside historical imagery, the exhibition will reveal how the city&rsquo;s history of migration, tourism, climate, environment and geographic location has contributed to the images of a subtropical oasis of leisure and abundance. Newly commissioned works from artists Kinly Grey, Christopher Bassi, Laura Patterson, Rachael Sarra, Sam Tupou, Sebastian Moody, Holly Anderson and Rachel Burke are coupled with works by Gerwyn Davies, Michael Zavros, Tracey Moffatt, Scott Redford and Olive Ashworth to name a few. The exhibition invites audiences to peek behind the sun-drenched fa&ccedil;ade of the tourist brochures and question if these images still represent who we are as a city&hellip; if they ever did. This colourful exhibition provides playful reinterpretations, flamboyant re-imaginings and quiet reflections, proposing exciting new images of Brisbane&rsquo;s subtropical identity today. More information via the <a href="https://www.museumofbrisbane.com.au/whats-on/city-in-the-sun/" target="_blank">Museum of Brisbane website</a>. Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City
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Age

Suitable for all ages

Cost

Free

City in the Sun uncovers and reimagines Brisbane’s subtropical image. Showcasing large-scale new contemporary artworks alongside historical imagery, the exhibition will reveal how the city’s history of migration, tourism, climate, environment and geographic location has contributed to the images of a subtropical oasis of leisure and abundance.

Newly commissioned works from artists Kinly Grey, Christopher Bassi, Laura Patterson, Rachael Sarra, Sam Tupou, Sebastian Moody, Holly Anderson and Rachel Burke are coupled with works by Gerwyn Davies, Michael Zavros, Tracey Moffatt, Scott Redford and Olive Ashworth to name a few. The exhibition invites audiences to peek behind the sun-drenched façade of the tourist brochures and question if these images still represent who we are as a city… if they ever did.

This colourful exhibition provides playful reinterpretations, flamboyant re-imaginings and quiet reflections, proposing exciting new images of Brisbane’s subtropical identity today.

More information via the Museum of Brisbane website.

Bookings

No bookings required.

Venue

Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City

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