WHAT’S ON: MARCH – MAY 2022 – TAASA Review March 2022
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NSW Five Hundred Arhats of Changnyeongsa Temple 2 December 2021 – 15 May 2022 Powerhouse Museum, Sydney The Five Hundred Arhats were discovered in 2001-2 among the ruins of the Changnyeongsa temple in Gangwon-do Province, South Korea.
This exhibition features some of these statues incorporated into an installation created by artist Kim Seung Young. Continuum: Independent Animation from Japan and Australia 15 January – 2 July Japan Foundation, Sydney This exhibition celebrates 15 vibrant and subtly subversive works of contemporary independent animation from filmmakers across Australia and Japan. Big in China 8 December 2021 – 22 May 2022 White Rabbit Gallery Demonstrates that ‘making it big’ is not simply about brute force that drives a nation and its people.
Rather, it is the grand and overarching narratives, outstanding creativity and unique art practices that have the power to move a population en masse. VICTORIA Transforming Worlds: Change and Tradition in Contemporary India Opens 9 April 2022 Celebrates the unique artistic traditions developed by diverse indigenous and regional communities across India, exploring the ways artists and creatives are using visual languages to respond to India’s rapidly changing social and physical environments. QUEENSLAND The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10) 4 December 2021 – 25 April 2022 QAG, GOMA This flagship exhibition series will include 69 projects by more than 100 emerging and established artists, collectives and filmmakers from more than 30 countries...