Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2018

'Fragmentation of Mind (be still/withdraw)' (detail) - graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper, 75x52cm

'Fragmentation of Mind (be still/withdraw)' (detail) - graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper, 75x52cm

Becc Ország is a finalist in the 2018 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing with her drawing 'Fragmentation of Mind (be still/withdraw)' 2017. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country. 44 finalists have been selected from close to 500 entries from artists across Australia by Judge, Ms Anne Ryan, Curator Australian Art, Prints and Drawings Art Gallery of New South Wales.  The official opening and announcement will be held at 7.00 pm Friday 2 March at Adelaide Perry Gallery. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing finalists exhibition continues until March 29.

Adelaide Perry Gallery
3 March - 29 March
Cnr College Street, Hennessy St, Croydon NSW 2132
www.plc.nsw.edu.au

Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2016

'Immaculate Landscape V' (detail) - graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper, 53x40cm

Becc Ország is a finalist in this years Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing with her stunning work 'Immaculate Landscape V', graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper 53x40cm. This years judge Ms Julie Ewington will announce the $25,000 acquisitive prize on Friday 26 February at 7 pm. at Adelaide Perry Gallery. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing continues until March 24.

Adelaide Perry Gallery
27 February - 24 March
Cnr College Street, Hennessy St, Croydon NSW 2132
www.plc.nsw.edu.au

Incinerator Art Award - Art for Social Change 2015

Becc Orszag, Installation View, Linden New Art

Becc Ország is a finalist in this years Incinerator Art Award with her series of drawings 'The False Victor', 'The Appointed' and 'The Revived'. This years prize exhibits works that respond to the themes of environment, sustainability and society and reinforce the idea that art can create deep and lasting social change. Exhibition of finalists work runs from 9 October - 29 November 2015 at Incinerator Gallery.

Incinerator Gallery
9 October - 29 November  
180 Holmes Rd, Moonee Ponds, VIC
http://incineratorgallery.com

Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2015

'Rehearsal for all are equal and all may be crowned emperor' - graphite and carbon pencil on layered paper.

'Rehearsal for all are equal and all may be crowned emperor' - graphite and carbon pencil on layered paper.

Becc Orszag's drawing 'Rehearsal for all are equal and all may be crowned emperor' is a finalist in the 2015 Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award.  This years award attracted over 1500 entries by more than 750 artists. With prizes totalling $26 000 the biennial Hazelhurst Art Award showcases outstanding art created with, on or about paper. Artists compete for the $15 000 major award, the $5000 Emerging Artist Award, the $5000 Friend's of Hazelhurst Local Artist Award, and the $1000 People's Choice Award. The exhibition will present a diverse range of paper media and industry techniques, including drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, paper cuts and video. Exhibition of finalists work runs from 30 May - 26 July 2015 Hazelhurst Regional Gallery.

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery
30 May- 26 July
782 Kingsway, Gymea, NSW
www.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au