Mark Hislop's drawings use photography both as a source and reference point to explore and consider how we experience and remember the world. His works are developed slowly, using drawing in a way that intentionally slows the process of making and looking. Hislop is a regular finalist in major art awards and has previously exhibited in the Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize, Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award and the Dobell Prize for Drawing at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. His work is held in collections in Australia and overseas.
2019: Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, Finalist
2019: Cross Art Projects, 'The Essayist'
2018: National Works on Paper Prize, Finalist, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
2016: National Works on Paper Prize, Finalist, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery