Indian Artists take the spotlight at ‘Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’

New Delhi, Oct 26 (ANI): India is set to celebrate contemporary indigenous and vernacular artwork as part of ‘The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ from November 21 at the Queensland Art Gallery, Australia.

Director, Chris Saines, said in a statement, “A diverse range of Indian artworks, from major installations to contemporary forms of indigenous and vernacular art, would be among the works by over 80 artists and artist groups from more than 30 countries across Asia and the Pacific.”

‘The increasingly interdisciplinary and mobile nature of contemporary art throughout Asia and the Pacific is a major conceptual thread of APT8. The exhibition pays particular attention to the body and its representation through performance, movement, and figuration,” he added.

APT8 will be held at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art. It will be a free exhibition with support of principal sponsor audi Australia and principal partner tourism and events Queensland as part of a dynamic calendar of events throughout the state. (ANI)

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