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National Youth Self Portrait Prize

NYSPP 2010

Previous exhibition
from Thursday 22 July until Sunday 12 September 2010

An annual event, the National Youth Self Portrait Prize seeks to encourage young people to embrace self portraiture and its expressive possibilities.

masculine/feminine, 2010 by Bridget Mac
NYSPP 2010 winner
masculine/feminine, 2010 by Bridget Mac. NYSPP 2010 winner

Sponsored by ADFAS and the Tallis Foundation, a $10000 prize is offered for the most outstanding self portrait. The winner of the National Youth Self Portrait Prize 2010 was Bridget Mac.

15 portraits

1 Insomnia, 2010 by Tom Cramond. 2 I-draw construct, 2010 by Todd Fuller. 3 Karmel, 2010 by Robbie Karmel. 4 Self, 2010 by Sarah Catherine Firth. 5 I, Goghbot, 2010 by Reges Lobud. 6 The Burden of Lachesis, 2010 by Kim Buck. 7 A portrait of the sandwich artist as a young man, 2010 by Joel Arthur. 8 sister girl, 2010 by Jessie Victoria Bonson. 9 Bath, 2010 by James Barnett. 10 Egocentric, 2010 by Erwin Strobel. 11 The wake up call, 2010 by Emilio Cresciani. 12 Daniel Kim, 2010 by Daniel Kim. 13 Real nothings, 2010 by Alyssa Chow. 14 Untitled (Portrait of Twenty Eight Days; 1.Productive 2.Relieved 3.Anxious 4.Defeated 5.Accomplished 6.Angry 7.Extatic 8.Loved 9.Exhausted 10.Excited 11.Inspired 12.Sexy 13.Sad 14.Energised 15.Strong 16.Safe 17.Hopeful 18.Depressed 19.Nervous 20.Desperate, by Ashleigh Garwood.

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National Youth Self Portrait Prize

NYSPP 2009

Previous exhibition, 2009

An annual event, the National Youth Self Portrait Prize seeks to encourage young people to embrace self portraiture and its expressive possibilities.

masculine/feminine, 2010 by Bridget Mac
NYSPP 2010 winner
masculine/feminine, 2010 by Bridget Mac
NYSPP 2010 winner
masculine/feminine, 2010 by Bridget Mac
NYSPP 2010 winner
masculine/feminine, 2010 by Bridget Mac
NYSPP 2010 winner

Eyes on the Prize

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2010

A short visual essay of some of the works in the National Youth Self Portrait Prize 2010.

Cate Blanchett, 2006 by Martin Schoeller
Cate Blanchett, 2006 by Martin Schoeller
Cate Blanchett, 2006 by Martin Schoeller
Cate Blanchett, 2006 by Martin Schoeller

Martin Schoeller

Close up

Previous exhibition, 2010

German-born American photographer Martin Schoeller's first exhibition in Australia presents compelling large-scale portraits. The exhibition explores human identity through photographs of individuals accustomed and unaccustomed to the spotlight.

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