2022 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art

June 4 – August 14, 2022 - Multiple Galleries

June 4 – August 14, 2022 – Multiple Galleries

Die Form Installation

Die Form Installation


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Had to Lose the Face, Pairing

Francie Bishop Good

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EMERGENCE - Fushimi Inari -

Hiromi Moneyhun

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Before the fall

Gavin Perry

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Jamilah Sabur

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Sara Stites

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Carnet de Voyage

Dominique Labauvie

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Alternate Vision

London Amara

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Lime and Sunshine

Jared McGriff

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Oraculo IV

Tomás Esson

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The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art is organized by the Orlando Museum of Art to bring new recognition to the most progressive artists in the State. Each year OM°A’s curatorial team surveys artists working throughout the State before inviting ten to participate. One artist will receive a $20,000 award made possible with the generous support of local philanthropists Gail and Michael Winn.  Artists range from emerging to mid-career, often with distinguished records of exhibitions and awards that reflect recognition at national and international levels. In all cases, they are artists who are engaged in exploring significant ideas of art and culture in original and visually exciting ways.

The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art underscores the commitment of the OM°A to the art of our time, and to supporting artists who live and work in our State. This year will mark the eighth edition of the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art.

This year's artists are:

  • London Amara, Bonita Springs
  • Francie Bishop Good, Ft. Lauderdale
  • Tomás Esson, Miami
  • Dominique Labauvie, Tampa
  • Jared McGriff, Miami
  • Hiromi Moneyhun, Jacksonville
  • Jamilah Sabur, Miami
  • Gavin Perry, Miami
  • Sara Stites, Miami
  • Typoe, Miami


The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art Award is generously underwritten by Gail and Michael Winn.
The 2022 People’s Choice Award is presented by George Poelker and Judy Black.

Generous support for the 2022 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art is provided by:

  • Dr. and Mrs. H.E. Gross
  • Caroline and Jeffrey Blydenburgh
  • Juan and Fiorella Escalon
  • The Henner Family
  • Rocky Santomassino


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