The exhibition of 2019 winner and finalists will be open at historic Juniper Hall, Paddington
Dates: 31 October to 1 December 2019
Days & Times: Thu to Sun, 10am to 4pm
Entry is free.
Since 1988 the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize has grown to become one of this country’s most prestigious art prizes with the largest prize money of any art competition in Australia. The prize attracts not only the cream of Australian portraiture artists but encourages artists at all stages of their careers to enter.
The exhibition is housed at historic Juniper Hall, Paddington, the oldest standing example of a Georgian villa in Australia and a unique setting for the Moran collection.
Don't miss the program of artist talks and your chance to meet the 2019 finalists while discovering more about their winning works. Talks are at 2.00pm and 2.30pm each Sunday of the exhibition as follows:
John Morris, Rose with phone
Robert Malherbe, Tiatia
Anthony Lister, Barry Otto
Paul Ryan, Colonial Boy Noah Taylor
Abdul Abdullah, Often I am thinking about something else (Angelica at Jasper's studio)
Barbara Bolt, Catherine Bell at the Jewish Museum Berlin
Oliver Watts, Steering for dream (Ben Storrier)
Alex Thorby, Artist Dick Watkins
Adam Norton, Blak Douglas warp drive
what, Robert Forster