The Adelaide Law School’s Images of Justice Photographic Competition and Exhibition for 2016 has come to a close. The exhibition which was run in conjunction with University Collections was open from 25 October to 11 November. Prize winners were announced at a special exhibition event on Friday 28 October held at the University.
The featured artist for 2016 was Mike Bowers, the Guardian Australia’s photographer-at-large whose artworks were included in the exhibition. Mike Bowers also visited the exhibition on 28 October for the exhibition opening and a Cultural Musing session organised by University Collections.
Entrants were judges on their interpretation of justice through “a portrait”.
The prize winners can be viewed on the Images of Justice webpage.
The prize winners in each category for 2016 are:
1st Survival is Justice for Silent Victims by Michelle Robinson
2nd Justice – Where Art Thou? by Celine McInerney
3rd Justice in the Outback – A Constables Reflections by Ali Evans
1st Justice Martin Hinton by Simon Casson
2nd Gill by Tony Kearney
3rd Unwise by Greg Higgs
1st Lady Justice by Hadieh Abiyat
2nd The New Daughters of Quchan 1 by Elham Fisher
3rd Look at you by Ophelie Chambily
People’s Choice Vote
Religion of Peace by Tri-Thai Nguyen
We thank our major sponsor Lipman Karas as well as prize sponsors Atkins Photo Lab, Wakefield Press and wine sponsor Wine Direct for their continued support.