ArtGemini Prize 2016 Winners Announced

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Congratulations to the ArtGemini Prize 2016 Prize Winners, selected by judges Sajid Rizvi, Pamela Kember, Estelle Lovatt,Thorsten Overgaard and Isabel H Langtry, and Public Choice Prize winner Thomas Lovell for Echo, 2016.

Painting & Sculpture
1st prize (£1500) Paul Regan, Woodville Road II, 2016 / 2nd prize (£1000) Merna Liddawi, Uncreated Light, 2016

Photography
1st prize (£1000) Hania Farrell, Minecrafting, 2016 / 2nd prize (£750) Laszlo Kovacs, Keep Strong, 2014

Special Sculpture Prize kindly sponsored by Hampstead School of Art
£300 Hampstead School of Art Voucher / Michalina Paveley, Torus II, 2016

Public Choice Prize
£500 cash prize Thomas Lovell, Echo, 2016.


Winners were selected from 44 shortlisted works of 941 entries from 34 countries. The exhibition of finalist’s work, beautifully curated by Mariam Neza, is on show at London’s Asia House Gallery – 63 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7LP – and open to public viewing until 30 September 2016.

Paul Regan, Woodville Road II

Paul Regan, Woodville Road II

Merna Liddawi, Uncreated Light

Merna Liddawi, Uncreated Light

Hania Farrell, Minecrafting

Hania Farrell, Minecrafting

Laszlo Kovacs, Keep Strong

Laszlo Kovacs, Keep Strong

Torus II, Michalina Paveley

Torus II, Michalina Paveley

Thomas Lovell, Echo, 2016.

Thomas Lovell, Echo, 2016.


Many thanks to all who joined us for a wonderful, successful Private View at Asia House Gallery.

Winners & Judges, ArtGemini Prize 2016, Private View

Winners & Judges, ArtGemini Prize 2016, Private View

Special thanks to the artists and of course judges Sajid Rizvi, Pamela Kember, Estelle Lovatt,Thorsten Overgaard and Isabel H Langtry, exhibition curator Mariam Neza, Asia House and the team.

“Being a Judge was an honour, and I was surprised at the standard of artwork submitted, and extremely proud of the ways each of the Prize Winners pushed the boundaries of their chosen medium to fantastic visual effect” Estelle Lovatt FRSA

“A real pleasure to select artwork based on quality at this year’s ArtGemini Prize, with over 900 pieces to select from 34 countries it was an Olympics in creative emersion” Isabel Langtry, Principal Hampstead School of Art