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2014 National Contemporary Art Award

The  National Contemporary Art Award is sponsored by Ebbett Audi and Tompkins Wake, and managed by Waikato Museum.

This year’s judge is Simon Rees

The winner of the 2014 National Contemporary Art Award is Deanna Dowling, with "Tell Someone if Something Happens" Find out more.

View the catalogue

View the exhibition catalogue here.

The 2014 National Contemporary Art Award finalists are:

  •   Mia Hamilton - Wellington
  •   Janna van Hasselt - Auckland
  •   Edwards + Johann - Christchurch
  •   Frances Hansen - Auckland
  •   Ina Johann - Christchurch
  •   Tao Wells - Wakefield
  •   Mark Purdom (two entries) - Hamilton
  •   Karyn Taylor - Auckland
  •   Sophia Smolenski - New Plymouth
  •   Simon Esling - Auckland
  •   Caryline Boreham (two entries) – Auckland
  •   Peter McLaren (two entries)  - Dunedin
  •   Anna Maxwell - Auckland
  •   Natalie Guy - Auckland
  •   Virginia Leonard - Auckland
  •   Anton Maurer - Auckland
  •   Paul Handley - Christchurch
  •   Paul Maseyk – New Plymouth
  •   Samantha Matthews - Port Chalmers
  •   Paul V Johnston (two entries) - Auckland
  •   Deanna Dowling - Wellington

 

  •   James R Ford - Wellington
  •   Sang Sool Shim and Keum Sun Lee - Auckland
  •   Marie E. Potter - Auckland
  •   Catherine Fookes - Auckland
  •   Lorraine Rastorfer -  Wellington
  •   Henrietta Harris - Auckland
  •   Sophie Bannan -  Christchurch
  •   Rachel Brooks  - Whangaparaoa
  •   Jonathan Lovering - Hataitai
  •   Leanne Jackson - Kerikeri
  •   Elsa Lye (two entries) - Hamilton
  •   Talia Smith - Sunnyvale
  •   Nell Nutsford - Auckland
  •   Elke Finkenauer - Auckland
  •   Kate Hill - Hamilton
  •   Fiona Lenore - Auckland
  •   Larissa Goodwin -  Auckland
  •   Laura Marsh - Tuakau
  •   Karl Bayly - Hamilton
  •   Kirsty Lillico -  Wellington
  •   Jennifer Mason - Auckland
  •   Emilie Truscott - Wellington
  •   Yoon Tae Kim - Auckland
  •   Greg Chaston – Kapiti Coast
  •   Michael Prosee - Auckland
  •   Madeleine Child - Dunedin
  •   Emil McAvoy - Auckland

The 52 artworks nominated as finalists will make up the 2014 award exhibition.

First prize $15,000

Exhibition opens  9 August – 9 November 

 

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