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1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art

A collage of submissions from Finalists and Winners of the contemporary art prize.

A collage of submissions from Finalists and Winners of the contemporary art prize.

Image credits (L to R): Kublai Khan (detail), Rex Parade, 2005, by Henri Schindler, mixed media, courtesy of the artist. Ain’t Misbehavin’ (detail), 2010; by Patrick Dougherty; Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC; courtesy of the artist, photo credit: Zan Maddox. Frontispiece (detail), 1998, by Sally Mann, gelatin silver print, 40 x 50 inches, © Sally Mann, courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Center of the UniverseMac-American Appendage (detail), 2010, by Jiha Moon; ink and acrylic, fabric, embroidery on Hanji paper; 56 3/4 x 37 ½ inches; courtesy of the artist. Gable, 2006, by Edward Rice, oil on canvas, courtesy of the artist.

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