As you probably surmised from our comprehensive coverage of Cai Guo-Qiang’s exhibition in Los Angeles last year, we quite enjoy the Chinese artist’s explosive techniques and inventive installations. That’s why if you will be near Queensland in the coming months, you need to make time to stop by Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art. Although there are other works in the show like Head On, a stream of suspended wolves, the highlight of the show is a new installation piece entitled Heritage. Although the message of the piece featuring a fake waterhole surrounded by 99 replica animals (predators & prey) is simple, it is striking in person and is a must-see if you are in the area before the close date of May 11th.

Photo credit: Natasha Harth & Mark Sherwood / QAGOMA (via Colossal).
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