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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ARCHIBALD AND WYNNE PRIZE FINALISTS
Congratulations to all the artists announced as finalists in the Archibald and Wynne Prizes!
- Yaritji Young – Finalist, Wynne Prize
- Betty Kuntiwa Pumani – Finalist, Wynne Prize
- Peter Mungkuri – Finalist, Wynne Prize
- Ray Ken – Finalist, Wynne Prize
- Nellie Coulthard – Finalist, Wynne Prize
- Wawiriya Burton – Finalist, Wynne Prize
The 2018 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize will be on exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales from 12 May to 9 September 2018. The winner announced on the 11 May
Image | Yaritji Young, Tjala Tjukurpa (Honey Ant Story) Synthetic polymer paint on linen 240 x 201 cm; Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Antara, Synthetic polymer paint on linen 250 x 200 cm; Ray Ken, Tali Tjukurpa (Sand Dune Country) , Synthetic polymer paint on linen 198 x 198 cm; Peter Mungkuri, Ngayuku Ngura (My Country), Ink and acrylic on linen, 2 panels: each 198.5 x 152 cm; 198.5 x 304 cm overall; Wawiriya Burton, Ngayuku Ngura (My Country), Synthetic polymer paint on linen 240 x 201 cm; Nellie Coulthard, Tjuntala ngurangka (country with acacia wattle), Synthetic polymer paint on linen 198 x 198 cm. Courtesy of the artists, Iwantja Arts, Tjala Arts and Mimili Maku Arts.
TELSTRA NATSIAA FINALISTS 2018
Congratulations to all the finalists for the 34th Telstra NATSIAA!
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) has announced the finalists that have been selected to be part of the country's most prestigious national Indigenous art awards, the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) 2018.
Alcaston Gallery congratulates all of our represented and exhibiting artists selected as finalists:
Betty Kuntiwa Pumani
Ken Sisters Collaborative
Pepai Jangala Carroll
Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin
Image | Tuppy Goodwin, Antara, 2017, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 122 x 200 cm © The Artist, Mimili Maku and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2018
THE ALICE PRIZE EXHIBITION - OPENS TODAY
Congratulations to Nonggirrnga Marawili who is a finalist in the Alice Prize which opened today!
The Alice Prize celebrates its 40th incarnation with an increased award for the winning artwork of $40,000.
The exhibition of finalists opened today at the Araluen Art Centre in Darwin. The winner on the prize will be announced tomorrow.
The judge for the 40th Alice Prize is Brian Ritchie, curator of the MONA FOMA festival and member of the Violent Femmes. The winning work is acquired for the Araluen Art Collection, continuing the Alice Springs Art Foundation’s essential contribution to both the establishment and ongoing enhancement of one of the largest regional Australian art collections, for the benefit of the Central Australian community.
Congratulations to all the selected finalists.
Image Details | Nonggirrnga Marawili at the 33rd Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Art Awards, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia. Image courtesy of The Australian
JUDY HOLDING TO WORKSHOP SWAN HILLS NEXT PIECE OF PUBLIC ART
Local Swan Hill students and community members will work with Judy Holding and local artists Shirley Pinchen and Kerryn Finch to create the city’s next piece of public art – Swan Hill’s Biggest Print.
Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery has received funding to deliver the project – a 15 metre long artwork that will take up the entire western wall of the Gallery.
Image | Judy Holding in her studio. © The Artist & Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2018
KAREN MILLS AND SALLY GABORI FEATURE IN CHAOS AND ORDER: 120 YEARS OF COLLECTING AT RMIT
Alcaston Gallery is thrilled that Karen Mills and Sally Gabori are included in Chaos & Order: 120 Years of Collecting at RMIT.
Chaos & Order celebrates over 80 Australian and international artists in an ambitious survey of the RMIT Art Collection. Also included in the exhibition is artworks by Kawita Vatanajyankur
The exhibition runs from 13th April – 9th June 2018.
Image | Karen Mills, Untitled, 2014, natural pigments and PVA fixitive on linen, 85 x 123 cm. © The Artist and Alcaston Gallery, 2018