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KAAF ART PRIZE 2022

Winner Sonia Martignon, The Charred Mosaic of an Ancient Landscape

Winners announced

Congratulations to the following Award Recipients.

Winner ($20,000 Acquisitive)
Sonia Martignon
The Charred Mosaic of an Ancient Landscape

Highly Commended ($2,000 each)
Helen Earl
Choose the Future: Electrify!

Lizzie Hall
Centaur (9)

Judges’ Commendation
Matt Bromhead
Breeze

Kevin Song
Still Life with Bottle and Flower

Finalists: Rebecca Agnew, Suzanne Alexander, Andrew Antoniou, Carol Barroso, Yvonne Boag, Matt Bromhead, Elise Cakebread, Melanie Caple, Wei Bin Chen, David Collins, Paul Connor, Charles Cooper, Tony Costa, Christine Druitt-Preston, Helen Earl, Fiona Edmonds-Dobrijevich, Dongwang Fan, Louise Fowler-Smith, Mandy Fu, Robert Gear, Lizzie Hall, Craig Handley, Liz Harriott, Garth Henderson, Peta Hinton, Lixin (Adam) Hu, Danyi Hu, James Jones, Natasha Junmanee, Fruzsi Kenez, Phoebe Kim, Jolon Larter, Anne Leisner, Josefia Lemon, Dapeng Liu, Sue Lovegrove, Sonia Martignon, Dennis McCart, Regina McCarthy Bamagaya, Neil McClure, Matilda Michell, Paul Miller, Haerim Moon, Guy Morgan, Deb Mostert, Penelope Oates, Susan O'Doherty, Ijlal Olguner, Justin Pearson, Kim Percy, Charmaine Pwerle, Candice Reid-Latimer, Colin Rhodes, Marta Romer, Sandra Routh, Tracey Schramm, Kean Onn See, Jaedon Shin, Patrick Shirvington, Kevin Song, Vipoo Srivilasa, Dore Stockhausen, Susanna Strati, Andrew Sullivan, Robyn Sweaney, Lisa Taylor,
Rebecca Trajkovski, Agus Wijaya

2022 Judges : Mr John McDonald, Mr Oliver Smith, Prof. Inae Kim (by proxy)

Exhibition Dates 25 Nov 2022 – 27 Jan 2023 at the KCC
Exhibition Venue Korean Cultural Centre Australia Gallery

The Korea-Australia Arts Foundation (KAAF) Art Prize is an annual art prize that aims to foster the Australian multicultural society by bringing artists together from diverse ethnicities. In its 9th year, the KAAF Art Prize is open themed and medium to

2D artworks and has both acquisitive and non-acquisitive cash prizes totalling $24,000 for the artists. As the exhibition & venue partner, the Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) Australia has been presenting the finalists show and awards ceremony.

– Find out more about the prize via http://www.kaaf.org.au/
– ENQUIRY: KAAF Coordinator on info@kaaf.org.au or 0411206580 (SMS only)