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Holding Redlich congratulates People’s Choice Award art winner

01 August 19 - In the News

Authors: Naomi Neilson
Publication: Lawyers Weekly
Publisher: Momentum Media
Publication date: 1/08/19

The firm announced Kerry McInnis was the winner of the award, which came as part of this year’s Salon des Refusés exhibition. The award is in support, but as an alternative, of the art world’s famous Archibald and Wynne Prize selection.

Holding Redlich’s Sydney managing partner Stephen Trew made the announcement at the gallery, congratulating Ms McInnis on her winning artwork and wishing her the best for all of her future creative art projects.

“This is an eye-catching work that is full of character and personality,” Mr Trew said. "Congratulations to Kerry for achieving the People’s Choice Award recognition.”

The People’s Choice Award winner is voted by visitors to the annual exhibition, held at the National Trust’s SH Ervin Gallery in Sydney. Ms McInnis was granted the prize for her portrait of fellow artist Harrie Fisher. 

Mr Trew said he was “very proud” and delighted that Holding Redlich’s support for the exhibition is now in its 21st year.

“Holding Redlich prides itself on its long-standing support for the arts, a tradition that stems from the firm’s founder Peter Redlich, well known for his love of the arts.

“Supporting the Salon des Refusés exhibition is our longest standing arts partnership, of which we are very proud.”

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