Paul Caporn wins all round
Congratulations to Paul Caporn, selected by Madame Vranken to be the recipient of the inaugural Pommery Champagne Artist Award for his playful sculpture, Heads It Is, at the 2022 edition of SxS at Bondi in Sydney.
‘Heads It Is’ is described as an un-monumental monument, pointing to the idea that the way we memorialise and celebrate our great moments and people in recent history requires a rethink in current times.
In complement Paul also exhibits in Perth at ECU Spectrum Project Space in the exhibition To Play and Win with a multi-media sculpture entitled The End Game Problem.
Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi
Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, Sydney.
Continues until 7 November 2022.
To Play and Win
Curated by Thomas Picton-Warlow. Co-curated by Susan Starcken & Ted Snell.
Featuring Serwah Attafuah, Paul Caporn, Stuart Elliott, Janet Laurence, Bjoern Rainer-Adamson, Paul Moncrieff, Miriam Stannage and Tyrown Waigana.
Spectrum Art Space, ECU
13 October - 10 November 2022.
Tuesday - Friday, 10.00am - 4.00pm