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The McClelland Sculpture Survey & Awards 2014
Since its inception in 2003, the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award has emerged as the most important biennial outdoor sculpture exhibition in Australia. The exhibition presents 33 works in an outdoor exhibition that highlights the diversity and invention of contemporary sculpture.
The works of the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Awards 2014 finalists were on show from 23 November 2014 to 19 July 2015.
Click on each artist's name below for an image of their survey work, as well as artist statements, bios and images of previous works.
The McClelland Award 2014, an acquisitive award valued at $100,000 was awarded to Matthew Harding for his work Void. The McClelland Award 2014 was judged by Dr Liz Kreijn, Assistant Director, Collection & Presentation of the Kröller-Müller Museum in the Netherlands.
The McClelland Achievement Prize (MAP) was awarded to Sonia Payes for Re:Generation. Valued at $30,000 (non-acquisitive) MAP includes a solo exhibition of the artist’s work at McClelland during the time of the subsequent McClelland Sculpture Survey in 2016.
LEFT: Sonia Payes, Dr Liz Kreijn, Neil Balnaves AO, Robert Lindsay, Matthew Harding, Lyn Williams AM, Rupert Myer AM MIDDLE: Matthew Harding with Void RIGHT: Sonia Payes with Re:Generation
Frankston City People's Choice Award
The Frankston City People’s Choice Award valued at $20,000, was awarded to Phil Price for his work Chrysalid 2014 in the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Awards.
For further infomation please contact:McClelland Survey Coordinator
The Elisabeth Murdoch Sculpture Fund and The Balnaves Foundation are the proud sponsors of the McClelland Sculpture Survey & Awards.
McClelland Survey & Award Archive: