Congratulations to Charles Robb on being shortlisted for this prestigious award.
Since its inception in 2003, the McClelland Sculpture Survey has emerged as the most important outdoor sculpture exhibition in Australia, displaying a wide range of works in different media and styles by both established and emerging artists.
Displayed throughout 16 hectares of bush and landscaped gardens, the McClelland Sculpture Survey is intended to provide sculptors the opportunity to present their works in an outdoor exhibition context. The exhibition is accompanied by a major comprehensive catalogue.
Sculptors nationally and internationally are eligible to enter the McClelland Sculpture Survey, an exhibition highlighting the diversity and invention of contemporary sculptural practice.
The selected artists are eligible for the McClelland Award 2012, an acquisitive award valued at A$100,000 (GST excluded). The McClelland Award 2012 will be judged by Deborah Edwards, the Senior Curator of Australian Art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.