Congratulations to the Glover Prize 2020 Finalists

The 42 finalists for the 2020 Glover Prize have been selected. Follow the link below to view the list of artists who have been selected and whose work shall be on display for the Glover Prize Exhibition in March. View the Glover Prize 2020 Finalists Thank you to all 563 artists from around Tasmania, Australia and overseas who submitted entries, and to the judges: Chris Saines, Fiona Lowry, and Jarrod Rawlins, who were tasked with making the selection.

Meet the Glover Prize 2020 Judges

We are excited to introduce you to the judges who will be given the difficult task of selecting the finalists and the winner of the Glover Prize 2020: Chris Saines | Queensland Director: Queensland Art Gallery | Museum of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Chris Saines CNZM is Director of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, Australia. He has worked for over 35 years in leading galleries in Australia and New Zealand as a director, curatorial and collection manager, educator and curator. As Director of QAGOMA since 2013, he has overseen major exhibitions by top international artists Cai Guo-Qiang, David Lynch, Cindy Sherman, Yayoi Kusama, Gerhard Richter and Patricia Piccinini. He has driven record attendance for the…

Entries are now open for the 2020 Glover Prize

After a fantastic, record-breaking year in 2019, the Glover Prize is open again for 2020. All artists are invited to enter their artwork into next year’s Glover Prize, with entries open to local, interstate and international artists. The $50,000 Glover Prize is awarded for an artwork which reflects the unique landscape of Tasmania. Artists do not need to have been to Tasmania but we encourage artists to submit a landscape painting of Tasmania that stimulates conversation about the meaning and possibilities expressed in the words ‘landscape’, ‘painting’ and ‘Tasmania’. An exhibition of the 42 finalists’ paintings is held at Falls Park Pavilion in Evandale, Tasmania, between Saturday the 7th and Sunday the 15th of March. During this time, members of the public…