Protégé artist Louise Tate was recently shortlisted for the Hopper Prize. The U.S. based Hopper Prize is an online-only award open to artists from around the world. Tate’s portfolio submission was shortlisted for the Fall 2020 round and is now viewable online.
The Hopper Prize
An interview with Tate discussing her background, studio practice and creative influences is also viewable on The Hopper Prize website. To read the interview, please click here.
Image credit: Louise Tate, ‘The soil holds a history’, 2019, oil on linen, 165.0 x 132.0 cm