Allens’ People’s Choice Prize

Joel Adler, ‘Viewfinder’, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2020. Photo Henri Fanti.

For the 20th year running, international law firm Allens is supporting Sculpture by the Sea’s People’s Choice Award. Allens’ People’s Choice Award gives visitors the opportunity to vote for their favourite sculpture, with the winning artist receiving $5000, announced on the final weekend of the exhibition. Voters also go in the draw to win one of three Sculpture by the Sea prize packs valued at $500 each.

To make sure your favourite sculpture gets its due recognition, pick up a voting form on site at the catalogue and information marquees or visit to vote online.

With a proud history of supporting the arts in Australia, Allens began collecting unique and challenging artworks by relatively unknown Australian artists in the mid-1970s. Since then, its collection has grown to more than a thousand works, including works by Louise Tuckwell, David Bromley and Gloria Tamerre Pettyare.

Voted Allens’ People’s Choice Prize Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019, (pictured) Joel Adler’s, ‘Viewfinder’.

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