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Artists Talk: John Stringer Prize

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John Curtin Gallery

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Bentley, WA 6102

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Join three of the JSP finalists Daniel Kristjansson, Theo Costantino and Lea Taylor in conversation with prize coordinator Julia Remmart.

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Join three of this years John Stringer Prize finalists Daniel Kristjansson, Theo Costantino and Lea Taylor in conversation with Prize Co-ordinator Julia Remmert as they discuss their practice and the works in show.

The prestigious John Stringer Prize - created in 2015 in honour of acclaimed curator, the late John Stringer (1945–2007) - commissions six contemporary Western Australian artists to create new work from which the winning artist will be determined by a secret ballot conducted by The Collectors Club members.

This year they were selected by an independent selection panel consisting of Chris Malcolm, Director, John Curtin Gallery; Dr Laetitia Wilson, Exhibitions Manager, Janet Holmes à Court Collection and Nathan Giles, Executive Director, Perth Public Art Foundation.

The exhibition, features new work created specifically for the Prize by the six artists who will be working in a range of media including drawing, painting, photography, installation and textiles.

Daniel Kristjansson, Untitled (tree at night), 2021, digital photographic collage on rag paper, 1000x800mm, image courtesy of the artist.

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One of Western Australia’s major public art galleries and one of the largest and best-equipped university galleries in the country is located on the Bentley campus of Curtin University.

Through an innovative exhibition program, the John Curtin Gallery complements the international perspective of the University. Collaborating with national and international artists and curators, the Gallery contributes to the dynamic and changing culture of Australia by fostering critical dialogue.

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