Allens

People's Choice Prize

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The Allens People's Choice Prize is awarded each year to the artist with the most popular sculpture, as voted by the public at the exhibition and online. The winner receives $5000.

Allens was proud to continue its association with Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, by sponsoring the Allens People's Choice Prize at the Bondi exhibition, 2018.

Congratulations to Gillie and Marc Schattner, as the recipients of the 2018 Allens People's Choice Prize for 'Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are'.

Allens People's Choice Prize winners

2018

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are by Gillie and Marc Schattner

Gillie and Marc Schattner Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
Photo: Gillie and Marc Schattner

 

2017 (co-winner):

Trip I, Trip II, Trip III by April Pine

April Pine Trip I, Trip II, Trip III
Photo: Clyde Yee

2017 (co-winner):

Inconvenience Store by Marina Debris

Marina Debris Inconvenience Store
Photo: Clyde Yee

2016:

Buried Rhino by Gillie and Marc Schattner

Gillie and Marc Schattner Buried Rhino
Photo: Clyde Yee

2015:

ashes to ashes by Kim Perrier

Kim Perrier ashes to ashes
Photo: Jessica Wyld

2014:

breaching (2004) by Michael Greve

Michael Greve breaching (2004)
Photo: Clyde Yee

2013:

horizon by Lucy Humphrey

Lucy Humphrey horizon
Photo: Clyde Yee

2012:

mengenang (memory) by Cave Urban

Cave Urban mengenang (memory)
Photo: Marianna Massey

2011:

I have been dreaming to be a tree... II by Byeong Doo Moon

Byeong Doo Moon I have been dreaming
to be a tree... II

2010:

the adaptable migrant by Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend

Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend
the adaptable migrant

2009:

morpheus by Phil Price

Phil Price morpheus
Photo: Samantha Burns

2008:

harmony with the breeze by Kozo Nishino

Kozo Nishino harmony with the breeze
Photo: Matthew O'Sullivan

2007:

Lift, Plonk by Chi Pan

Chi Pan lift, plonk
Photo: Jamie Williams

2006:

Hot with a late chance of a late storm by The Glue Society

The Glue Society hot with a chance of a late storm
Photo: Louise Beaumont

2005:

Time and Space (Facial Deconstruction) by Michael Purdy

Michael Purdy time and space (facial deconstruction)
Photo: Clyde Yee

2004:

Cultivating Crabs by Adam Proctor and Tom Millner

Adam Proctor and Tom Millner
cultivating crabs
Photo: Jack Bett