Contemporary Art Prize on show now at Geelong Gallery

The 2022 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize is a signature event that showcases the diversity and excellence of Australian contemporary painting practice. Through these prizes, staged since 1938, the Gallery has amassed an exceptional representation of Australian paintings whilst supporting contemporary practitioners.

The 2022 acquisitive award and biennial exhibition features works by Clara Adolphs, Benjamin Armstrong, Darcey Bella Arnold, Chris Bond, Stephen Bram, Renee Cosgrave, Greg Creek, Sarah crowEST, Ann Debono, Lucy Fahey, Janet Forbes, Katherine Hattam, Naomi Hobson, Anna Hoyle, Dane Lovett, Fiona McMonagle, Jordan Marani, Sam Martin, Jennifer Mills, Tully Moore, Tom Polo, Victoria Reichelt, Steven Rendall, Brian Robinson, Huseyin Sami, Georgia Spain, Judith Van Heeren and Alice Wormald.

We caught-up with Lisa Sullivan, Senior Curator at Geelong Gallery, for a walk-through tour of the 2022 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize.

The exhibition is on now until 11 September, 2022.

Image: Naomi Hobson’s winning Sand Dunes on the Coast.

Listen to the full interview below.

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