Sarah Choo Jing | Sovereign Art Prize 2017 Finalist

Sovereign Art Prize 2017

We are pleased to share that Sarah Choo Jing's (b.1990, Singapore) recent photograph work titled 'Nowhere Near' has been nominated and is a finalist for the Sovereign Asian Art Art 2017 Prize. The artist was previously a finalist for the 2014 Prize. All finalist works will be exhibited at the Christie’s Hong Kong showroom, The James Christie Room from 19 - 21 April and then at The Rotunda, Exchange Square Hong Kong, from 25 April – 4 May.

The Grand Prize winner will be announced on 28 April.

Link to the 2017 finalist shortlist here. Public nominations are also taken for the Public Prize.

Sarah Choo Jing. Nowhere Near, 2015. 35cm x 200cm. Digital C-type on Diasec

Sarah Choo Jing. Nowhere Near, 2015. 35cm x 200cm. Digital C-type on Diasec

This year's judging panel include: Alexandra A. Seno – Head of Development, Asia Art Archive; David Elliott – Writer, curator and museum director; Jim Supangkat – Artist, art critic and curator; Michael Snelling – Artist, writer and former Director and CEO of the National Art School, Sydney; Miao Xiaochun – Artist and Professor at The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing.

 

About Sovereign Asian Art Prize

The Sovereign Art Foundation was founded by Yorkshire-born art collector and CEO of Sovereign Group, Howard Bilton, with the purpose of utilising art to fund and promote art programmes.

Held annually, the Sovereign Asian Art Prize invites mid-career contemporary artists, who have been nominated by our carefully selected board of art experts, to enter up to three artworks online. Entries are then judged by a small judging panel consisting of independent art experts and professionals from the region, who select the best 30 artworks from a range of digital images. These 30 pieces are then exhibited in a prominent public space in Hong Kong, where the pieces are judged a second time, in person.