Joshua Charadia announced as a Finalist in the 2020 Sulman Prize

"I am beyond excited to be a finalist in the Sulman Prize. It's such an honour to have my work recognised in this way, and to hang in the Art Gallery of New South Wales alongside so many of Australia's most significant and respected artists," explains Charadia.

Joshua Charadia was selected for his Peripheral view, 49 work (shown above) which is part of his ongoing Peripheral view series. "In these works, I take industrial scenes, photographed in passing, and render them in the ‘slow’ medium of oil paint," says Charadia.

We interviewed the artist earlier this year for our Inside the Artist's Mind series, you can read the full interview here and see Charadia's available Peripheral view works on BECKER MINTY website here.

 First established in 1936 at the bequest of Sir John Sulman, this prize celebrates Australian artists with a focus on genre painting, subject painting or mural project. The guest judge this year was celebrated artist, Khadim Ali.

The Sulman Prize finalists will be on exhibition from next week at the Art Gallery of NSW.

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