Location:
Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery
Cost:
Free, donations welcome
Category:
Exhibition

Hampshire Cultural Trust is delighted to bring the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize shortlist and winners to the Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery, Basingstoke, for the very first time. 

The renowned Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing prize is known as the UK's most prestigious annual open exhibition for drawing, with the aim of celebrating contemporary drawing practice. This incredible scope of artwork will showcase the excellence and originality of the medium today by artists from all around the world, at all stages of their careers.

Out of over 3,200 submissions from 1,600 candidates, 113 drawings by 94 artists have been shortlisted by a panel of leading figures from the art world, as well as 21 drawings by 19 practitioners shortlisted for the Working Drawing Award.

The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize was founded in 1994 by artist and Professor, Anita Taylor, Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, and has been supported for five years by the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust. 

First Prize, £8,000: Elisa Alaluusua, Unconceivable Line, single-channel video drawing, 2022.

Second Prize, £5,000: Aleksandra Czuja, Of The Series “Le Temps”, diptych, fineliner on paper, 2022.

Student Prize, £2,000: Kasia Depta-Garapich, Family Album, paint markers on giclée prints, 2021.

Working Drawing Award, £2,000: Gemma Thompson, Untitled (Graphic Score for Quartet), graphite on paper, 2022.

Images:

  • Magi Sinclair, The Last Wilderness of the North
  • Harriet Mena Hill, Water Out of Sunlight The Aylesbury Fragments 
  • Curtis Holder, One Man and His Dog  
  • Francisca Isobel Brunet Bayon, Servíos, ser víos, ser vida
  • The Lake Twins, My Twin and I 
  • Uli Knoerzer, Authentically Plastic 
  • Niamh Clarke, Postmemory 
  • Aleksandra Czuja, Of the Serie "Le Temps", Diptych 
  • Magi Sinclair, The Last Wilderness of the North
  • Harriet Mena Hill, Water Out of Sunlight The Aylesbury Fragments
  • Curtis Holder, One Man and His Dog
  • Francisca Isobel Brunet Bayon, Servíos, ser víos, ser vida
  • The Lake Twins, My Twin and I
  • Uli Knoerzer, Authentically Plastic
  • Niamh Clarke, Postmemory
  • Aleksandra Czuja, Of the Serie "Le Temps", Diptych 
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