- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Call for entries
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Shortlist announced
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 The Age review
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 View shortlist
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Exhibition open
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Virtual tour
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Vote
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Labels and statements
- BOWNESS PRIZE 2020 Announcement event
William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize
31 October 2020 to 7 February 2021
The Bowness Photography Prize is an important survey of contemporary photographic practice and one of the most prestigious prizes in the country, providing Australian artists with the opportunity to exhibit at one of Australia's leading public galleries. A $30,000 acquisitive award with a $5,000 People’s Choice Award supported by Smith & Singer.
Klari Agar, Belinda Allen, Sam Amar, Riste Andrievski, Emma Armstrong-Porter, Zoe Arnott, Robert Ashton, Narelle Autio, Reza Bagheri, Kate Baker, Charlie Barker, Chris Barry, Chris Bekos, Madeline Bishop, Tom Blachford, Paul Blackmore, Chris Bond and Drew Pettifer, Jesse Boyd-Reid, Jane Brown, Karen Burgess, Jane Burton, Danica Chappell, Ali Choudhry, Peta Clancy, Michael Cook, Nici Cumpston, Matteo Dal Vera and Michael Weatherill, Tamara Dean, Karla Dickens, Stephen Dupont, Louise Faulkner, Jacqueline Felstead, Anne Ferran, Ash Garwood, Amos Gebhardt, Tom Goldner, John Gollings, Philip Gostelow, Helen Grace, Lee Grant, Janina Green, Helen Grogan, Ponch Hawkes, Leila Jeffreys, Shea Kirk, Shivanjani Lal, Kelvin Lau, Honey Long and Prue Stent, Fiona MacDonald, Alister McKeich, Izabela Pluta, Greg Semu, Damien Shen, Slippage, Valerie Sparks, Cyrus Tang, Christian Thompson, Louise Whelan, Amanda Williams, Anne Zahalka
Learn more here
The exhibition is open to the public from Saturday 21 November 2020. Book your visit online here
The announcement of the recipient of the $30 000 prize, Smith & Singer People's Choice Award and Colour Factory Honourable Mentions will take place at a special event on Thursday 21 January 2021.