The 65 finalists were chosen from 700 applicants with the majority of this year’s finalists coming from Australia, representing every state and territory in the nation.
Congratulations to finalists from the ANU, including alumni, PhD candidates and staff;
Fernando do Campo
Emma Rani Hodges
“This year’s Blake Prize finalists have delivered an incredible range of artworks, from painting, photography, sculpture, installation and digital media works exploring the wider experience of spirituality, religion and belief,” said CPAC Director Craig Donarski.
“The works in this year’s exhibition express the huge changes the world has gone through over the last two years, as well as the changing cultural mix of Australia's population, our attitudes towards religion and spirituality, and how our artists interpret, reflect, and question these notions via their work through art.”
The Blake Prize is a biennial event that engages local and international contemporary artists in conversations on the broader experience of spirituality, religion, and belief. The selected finalists will show their work at The 67th Blake Prize exhibition on 12 March – 22 May 2022.
The winner of the 67th Blake Prize will be announced on Saturday 12 March 2022.