'Editions 2022 Print Prize'

Wednesday 11 - Saturday 28 May 2022

Click here for artwork in the exhibition (to come)

Editions has, for 10 years, celebrated all aspects of printmaking and Victorian-based printmakers. A curated exhibition, up to three works (with no size limit) per artist and between 35-55 artists shown annually, the breadth and diversity of Editions has resulted the presentation of more than 200 printmakers: a few selected each year (Damon Kowarsky and Lisa Sewards hold the record of appearing in all 10), many applying alternate years or simply occasionally.

An exhibition previously described by Imprint magazine as the go-to event for Victorian printmakers: we continue to strive to celebrate the diverse aesthetic qualities inherent within printmaking media, a celebration of tradition whilst embracing contemporary innovations within the printed form. For the 10th anniversary, we are celebrating the event by introducing the Editions Print Prize.

The Prize will be awarded to one artist as determined by the judges who best reflects quality and who celebrates that tradition whilst embracing contemporary innovations within the printed form.

Judges: Silvi Glattauer (artist; founding member, VP and Studio Manager of The Baldessin Print & Studio), Thornton Walker (artist) and Keith Lawrence (Curator, Editions; Director, Tacit Galleries).

Finalists: Maria Barbaro, Kate Belvedere, Taziana Borghese, Helen Braun, Loris Button, Elizabeth Colbert, Warren Cooke, Fiona Davey, Lana De Jager, Clive Dickson, Louise Donovan, Sharman Feinberg, Kevin Foley, Stuart Gluth, Jackie Gorring, Jodi Heffernan, Jasmin Isobe, Marketa Kemp, Damon Kowarsky, Chris Lawry, Wendy Leason, Helen Lehmann, Dianne Longley, Priscilla Manthey, David McBurney, Paula McLoughlin, Laura Osborne, Jan Palethorpe, James Pasakos, Jim Pavlidis, Cat Poljski, Nada Poljski, Lisa Sewards, Jennifer Smyth, Kate Stewart, Ali Stoner, Kieran Stopp, Jen Tarry-Smith, Susan Wald, Michael Wedd

Silvi Glattauer has been a regular in the 10 years of Editions and is included in the exhibition but as a judge is ineligible for the Prize.