Rodney Pople – Finalist in the 46th Muswellbrook Art Prize

In Events/Exhibitions February 11, 2019

Congratulations to Rodney Pople who has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Muswellbrook Art Prize for his work Goulburn War Memorial at 3:00am.

In its 46th year, the Muswellbrook Art Prize is a highly regarded acquisitive prize that awards $50,000 for the main Painting Prize, $10,000 for Works on Paper Prize and $10,000 for the Ceramics Prize, and a (non-acquisitive) Peoples Choice Prize of $1,000 that is voted for during the course of the exhibition. This year’s adjudicator will be Natalie Wilson, Curator of Australian & Pacific Art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

 

When:

Winners will be announced at the opening night event

6pm Saturday 9 March

 

Where:

Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre

Corner Bridge and William Streets,

Muswellbrook NSW 2333

 

The exhibition will run from 10 March – 5 May 2019.

To view the complete list of finalists click here.

Rodney Pople

Rodney Pople is an interdisciplinary artist that works across various mediums such as painting, photography and sculpture. He completed a Diploma of Fine Arts majoring in Photography from the Tasmanian School of Art in 1974 and later studied sculpture at the Slade School of Art in London in 1978 and the New York Studio School in 1979. Pople has exhibited regularly in Australia for over 30 years and has held solo exhibitions overseas in Berlin and Shanghai. He is a multi-award winning artist who has received the 2016 Paddington Art Prize, the 2012 Glover Prize, 2014 Fishers Ghost Prize, 2009 NSW Parliament Art Prize and 2008 Sulman Prize. He was recently a finalist in the 65th Blake Prize and the Mosman Art Prize in 2018, and has been selected for the Archibald and Wynne Prize over 12 times since 2000. Pople’s work has been included in group exhibitions at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney and in 2014 his photo-based paintings were held at the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art, Melbourne as part of a major solo exhibition. His work is in the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; Artbank, Sydney; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; and several regional and university galleries and internationally by MOMA, New York.

 

Image: Rodney Pople, Goulburn War Memorial at 3:00am (2018), oil and tempera on linen, 140 x 180 cm.