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Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2021

Art, Galleries Your place , Sydney Until Sunday September 26 2021 Free
Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Jenni Carter © Peter Wegner | Portrait of Guy Warren at 100 , 2021, Peter Wegner
Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Mim Stirling © Georgia Spain | Detail of ‘Getting down or falling up', 2021, Georgia Spain
Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Mim Stirling © Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu | Detail of ‘Garak – night sky’, 2021, Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu
Grace Tame, Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Felicity Jenkins | ‘Making Noise’, 2021, Kirsty Neilson
Rachel Griffiths, Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Mim Stirling | ‘Rachel Griffiths’, 2021, Natasha Bieniek
Kirthana Selvaraj Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Mim Stirling | ‘The green suit, a slef-portrait’, 2021, Kirthana Selvaraj
Kate Ceberano, Archibald Prize 2021
Photograph: AGNSW, Jenni Carter | ‘Kate’, 2021, Kathrin Longhurst

Time Out says

Thanks to the Art Gallery of NSW, you can now see the winners of Archibald, Sulman and Wynne prizes from your sofa

While the doors of the Art Gallery of NSW remain shut for the time being, the good news is you can still check out Peter Wegner’s Archibald Prize-winning ‘Portrait of Guy Warren at 100’ from the safety of your sofa.

That’s because the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize exhibitions have been given the digital treatment, with a swish 360-degree immersive experience you can check out online here. It’s heaps of fun to explore, with the self-guided tour flagging loads of interesting facts along the way as you click on the works to read their labels.

Look out for Yolŋu painter and printmaker Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu, her silvery depiction of the Seven Sisters star clusters, also known as the Pleiades, titled ‘Garak – night sky’ was the Wynne Prize-winner. Also, look out for Sulman Prize-winner Georgia Spain’s stunning work ‘Getting down or falling up’. We also love German-born, Sydney-based artist Kathrin Longhurst’s stunning, unguarded portrait of singer-songwriter Kate Ceberano, which took home the 30th Archibald Packing Room Prize.

Once you’ve had a virtual wander you can vote on your faves for the People’s Choice Award and go in the mix for your own reward. Check out the AGNSW website for more details.

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Venue name: Your place
Address: Sydney
Price: Free

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