'21st Century: Art in the First Decade' is an exhibition, publication, blog and series of public programs at the Queensland Art Gallery l Gallery of Modern Art that explore the art of the past ten years. As an expanded platform for the exhibition, the '21st Century Blog' functions as a source book of reference material and contributions provided by artists, curators and writers.Read more
Tony Albert introduces us to a forest of Aboriginal faces, each of whom shares an element of history with those stolen from their people, land and culture. Each face represents a false identity — an identity given to them by white society… Albert is asking Australia to look beyond this one popular historic wrong, to the many other policies, practices and prejudices which have contributed to condemning contemporary Aboriginal Australia to its current condition.
Bruce McLean, ‘Tony Albert: Sorry’ in Contemporary Australia: Optimism, Queensland Art Gallery, 2008, p.43-45.