Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2014

Nicole Foreshew, It comes without seeking 1 2014, digital print on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper; Winner of the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2014; Image used courtesy of the artist.

13 June - 26 July 2015

Established in 2005, the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize has grown to become Australia’s most valuable art prize, incorporating both a main prize of $40,000 sponsored by Coal & Allied as well as a
UNSW Art & Design Aboriginal Arts Residency Award.

Over 30 unique works by contemporary Aboriginal artists will be on display including the winner of the 2014 Award, Nicole Foreshew’s It comes without seeking 1.

The works included in the 2014 prize explore a myriad of social and personal subjects, including memory, identity, community and land. The tour showcases a variety of media and techniques - photographs, paintings, handmade paper, sculptures and jewellery to name a few.

Image: Nicole Foreshew, It comes without seeking 1 2014, digital print on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper; Winner of the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2014; Image used courtesy of the artist.