Joshua Charadia

Joshua Charadia

Joshua is a Sydney based visual artist as well as a publish illustrator and graphic designer. Using oil and charcoal, his personal work depicts industrial scenes in passing. Images of shipping yards and container terminals, normally seen only in our peripheral vision is the central theme of Joshua’s work. He asks the viewer to consider what these scenes teach us about perception and awareness.   

Joshua studied a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the National Arts School in 2017 where he was awarded the inaugural Anne Pata Memorial Prize for Drawing and the NAVA Ignition Prize for Professional Practice. He has since gone on to win the Fifty Squared Art Prize, The Fitzroy Stretches Prize (2019) and Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing where he received People's Choice (2020). He received second place for the Belle ArtStart Prize (2018) and in 2019 was a finalist for the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, the Waverly Art Prize, the Dobell Drawing Prize and the North Sydney Art Prize. Joshua started with Becker Minty in 2019.  

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