29 August 2013

FiPP 2013 Exhibition Closes Sunday 1 Sept

Highly commended: Jackie Tran (South Australia) 'London Rising'**

First Prize
Goran Jovic 'Rain Boy'
Splitsko-Dalmatinska, Croatia
AU$5000 cash, inscribed winner's medallion plus $250 Momento voucher

Second Prize
Charmaine Heyer 'Dog's Best Friend'
Mooroobool, Queensland
Nikon D800 +50mm lens plus $150 Momento voucher

Third Prize
John Coxon 'Lady with Pipe'
Kotara South, New South Wales
Apple iPad Mini plus $100 Momento voucher

Print Handlers' Prizes
Istvan Kerekes 'Tearful Eyes'
Mosonmagyarovar, Hungary
GoPro Hero 3 Black edition camera

Theo Fakos 'Sadness has a Name'
Dianella, Western Australia
GoPro Hero 3 Black edition camera

Highly Commended
(recipients receive certificates of commendation)

Philip Blenkinsop 'Freedom Fighter'
Thailand and Nedlands, Australia

Fabricio Benavidez 'The Men of the Family'
Entre Rios, Argentina

Stefanie King 'Faith'
Mullaloo, Western Australia

Jackie Tran 'London Rising'
Ingle Farm, South Australia

The FiPP 2013 Exhibition closes on Sunday 1 September. See 82 of the world's best contemporary portraiture. The exhibition is open 10am-4pm daily at the Moores Contemporary Art Building in Henry St Fremantle.

  Free entry

**London Rising (The Story)
'London -steeped with traditions. Everyday I hear stories from Syria or Egypt and how the world dies just a little bit more. I want to hear about hedonistic pleasures, to see the shackles of conservatism and traditions. We boarded the Tube in the peak hour and I told my friends to strip and pose in front of the affluent passengers departing Kensington station. To remind them of what they are missing.'

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