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Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition: People’s Choice Award

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition brings dynamic, contemporary art to a medieval setting in the heart of York. From thousands who entered, eight artists have been selected for exhibition in the categories of Photographic and Digital Art; Three Dimensional Design and Sculpture; Painting and Drawing, and Video, Installation and Performance.

Audiences are invited to cast their vote in the People’s Choice Award, which will determine this year’s winning artist according to the highest number of votes. The People’s Choice Award gives visitors the chance to have their say, and voters are entered into the Aesthetica Free Prize Draw with a chance to win a night out for two in York:

• Meal for two at Le Cochon Aveugle
• 2 pairs of Reel York cinema tickets
• Champagne cocktails at 1331

Vote for the Following Nominated Artists:

1. Amedeo Abello & Federico Morando, Life/File (Italy, 2013)
Photographic and Digital Art

2. Deb Covell, Black and White Paintings (UK, 2013)
Painting and Drawing

3. Elke Finkenauer, Draw a Line Somewhere (New Zealand, 2012)
Painting and Drawing

4. Harriet Lewars, Frustum Super Planum Cum Filia Lyrae (UK, 2013)
Three Dimensional Design and Sculpture

5. Inés Molina Navea, 541 días (Chile, 2013)
Photographic and Digital Art

6. Ingrid Hu, Longplayer (UK, 2013)
Three Dimensional Design and Sculpture

7. Julia Weißenberg, There is no real way of knowing (Germany, 2013)
Video, Installation and Performance

8. Sybille Neumeyer, Song for the Last Queen (Germany, 2013)
Video, Installation and Performance

The People’s Choice Award and prize draw winner will be announced on 1 July. Voting can only take place in the gallery and ends 22 June. For further details please see terms and conditions on the Voting Card.

For more information on the exhibition visit www.aestheticamagazine.com/art-prize-exhibition and www.yorkstmarys.org.uk.

Credits
1. Ingrid Hu, Longplayer (2013). Courtesy of the artist and Aesthetica.

 

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