Jamie Preisz

Jamie Preisz

  • Artist’s Statement

    Jamie is 30 years old and has been working as a practicing artist for the past six years. In 2018 he won the Archibald Packing Room Prize and in 2019 completed two separate solo exhibitions, one at CarriageWorks for Sydney Contemporary Art Fair and one at Jerico Contemporary

  • Biography

    I am currently involved in the Australian art scene and held a position as a director on the board of Alpha House Artist Cooperative.

  • Awards

    City of Sydney Art and About Collect ion “ We Are Here” Foley st Darlinghurst
    Cowra Regional Art Gallery Collection
    Finalist for the Belle Art Sta rt prize 2015
    Winner Hewit Packard bend the rules competition
    Finalist The Shirl National Portrait Prize Bega NSW 2015
    Finalist Belle Art Start Prize 2016
    Semifinalist The Moran Prize 2016
    Finalist The Kennedy Prize 2016
    Finalist The Bay of Fires Prize 2017
    Finalist The Waverly Art Prize 2017
    Semifinalist The Moran Prize 201 7
    Finalist The Seafarers Prize 2017
    Winner MTS, D P World Emerging Artist Prize 2017
    Finalist The Mosman Art Prize 2017
    Finalist The Prospect Portrait Prize 2017
    Winner Peoples Choice Prospect Portrait Prize 2017
    Winner The Archibald Packing Room Prize 2018
    Finalist Kennedy Prize 2019
    Semi Finalist Moran Prize 2019
    Finalist Mosman Art Pr ize 2019
    Finalist Hawkesbury Art Prize 2019
    Finalist Waverly a rt Prize 2020
    Finalist Mosman Art Prize 2020
    Finalist Hurford Hardwood Prize 2020
    Finalist Hunter valley Art Prize 2020
    Finalist Bay of Fires Art Prize 2021
    Finalist RSASA Portrait Prize 2021
    Curated into "Still Life" Published by Thames and Hudson 2021

  • Exhibitions

    28/08/2016 Yalkuna” Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) The Rocks, Sydney
    11/2/2013 “Eternity” (with Martin Sharp) Damien Minton Gallery 583 Elizabeth Street, Redfern NSW
    6/11/2014 “Sleep a l one” E space quinzequ inze Paris, France, 56 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
    25/10/2018 "Hold On " Jerico Contemporary, 94 Cathedral st Woolloomooloo
    06/06/2019"Soft Machine" Jerico Contemporary 94 Cathedral st Woolloomooloo
    12/09/2019 "Sydney Contemporary" Booth C07 Carriage Works

  • Website


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Jamie Preisz

Shanty Man through the Porthole (Warren Ellis)
120 x 150 cm Oil on Canvas $5,400.00