The 2022 Archibald Award is part of a triple award, including the Win and Sulman Awards, and the winners will be announced today.
The 101-year-old Archibald Award is for portraiture.
The Win Award is awarded to the best landscape paintings or sculptures of Australian landscapes, and the Sulman Award is awarded to the best theme paintings, genre paintings, or mural projects in oil, acrylic, watercolor, or mixed media.
601 works were entered in this year’s Win, and 34 were selected as finalists. For the second year in a row, there were more female winfinalists than males. This year’s Win finalists include Lucy Culliton, Nicholas Harding, James Pauditch (who entered Archibald with a portrait of Laura Tingle), Jude Ray, Tiwi artists, Gordon Pupangamil and David Tipamantu. Includes Miri, Barry Culliton and Graham Tipunguti.
The 2022 Sulman Award had 491 entries and 29 finalists participated. According to the Art Gallery of New South Wales, this year has the highest number of Aboriginal artists’ entries (19), the highest number of Aboriginal finalists across the Sulman Exhibition (6) and the Archibald, Win, and Sulman Awards. I did. (27).
Sulman’s indigenous finalists include Vincent Namajira, Sally M Nanga Ramurda, and Inawinji Williamson.
There were 816 Archibald entries this year, and 52 finalists were selected.
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