2013 National Contemporary Art Award, sponsored by Waikato Society of Arts

The National Contemporary Art Award can be described as brave, colourful and never shy, an award which takes on an exciting genre – contemporary art. Contemporary art is simply described as art that has been and continues to be created during our lifetimes. In other words, contemporary to us. Or more simply, the art of now. Waikato Museum are very privileged to host this well-known art award. Exhibition opens 17 August to 10 November 2013.
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Field (Rouge). Jessica Pearless. Fluroescent acrylic on linen on board.

Field (Rouge). Jessica Pearless. Fluroescent acrylic on linen on board.

Mumu whaariki (Paatikitiki surface). Alexis Neal. Printed woven whaariki.

Mumu whaariki (Paatikitiki surface). Alexis Neal. Printed woven whaariki.

Superfluous (Monday). Marita Hewitt. Watercolour on paper.

Superfluous (Monday). Marita Hewitt. Watercolour on paper.

Lemonnier. Selina Foote. Acrylic on canvas.

Lemonnier. Selina Foote. Acrylic on canvas.

The epic whirlpool. Kathy Barry. Watercolour and pencil on paper.

The epic whirlpool. Kathy Barry. Watercolour and pencil on paper.

Flow. James Sutherland, Jeremy Mayall. Digital film.

Flow. James Sutherland, Jeremy Mayall. Digital film.

Fantatical ritualistic printed version of cover art from Led Zeppelin's 'Presence' LP. Toby Raine. Oil and pencil on denim.

Fantatical ritualistic printed version of cover art from Led Zeppelin's 'Presence' LP. Toby Raine. Oil and pencil on denim.

Could this possibly be? Lance Pearce. Custom hourglass, New Zealand currency notes.

Could this possibly be? Lance Pearce. Custom hourglass, New Zealand currency notes.

Arterial lines. Justin Spiers. Pigment print.

Arterial lines. Justin Spiers. Pigment print.

The playwright. Paul McLachlan. Photo etching.

The playwright. Paul McLachlan. Photo etching.

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