Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2021 finalists announced - vote for Public Vote Prize
The Sovereign Asian Art Prize announces the finalists for 2021. The public are invited to vote for their favourite artwork, the most popular of which will receive the Public Vote Prize. Vote Closes 23 May.
The Sovereign Asian Art Prize was launched in 2003 to increase the international exposure of artists in the region, whilst raising funds for programmes that support disadvantaged children using expressive arts. Held annually, The Prize is now recognised as the most established and prestigious annual art award in Asia-Pacific. The Prize acts as a springboard, enabling many artists to achieve record prices and wider audiences for their work.
The Sovereign Art Foundation works with hundreds of independent arts professionals around the world who are nominators for the prize.
The Prize invites mid-career contemporary artists, nominated by a board of independent art professionals, to each enter up to three artworks online. A judging panel comprised of world-class art experts shortlist the 30 best artworks from a range of digital images.
Image: Maria Waseem | THE RUPTURE | Country: Pakistan, Dimension: 92 x 111cm, Medium: Digital print, pigment colour on canvas