The first half of 2007 has seen significant institutional change in the Asia Pacific contemporary art landscape. In Australia, Brisbane's Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) appointed Tony Earlwood, deputy director of the National Gallery of Victoria, as replacement for outgoing director Doug Hall (See Almanac 2). Earlwood begins his tenure in July. Also leaving QAG is Zoe Butt, assistant curator of Asian contemporary art, who will join Beijing's Long March Foundation as director of the international department and curator of the Long March Space this summer.
In New York…