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Docklander Daniel’s hidden face

02 Aug 2011

Docklander Daniel’s hidden face Image

Docklander Daniel Kowalski is one of the Hidden Faces of the Archibald Exhibition at the Hilton South Wharf.

Olympic medallist Daniel works in Docklands for the Australian Swimmers Association and curator Jacqueline Taylor says his portrait by Peter Bloomfield has drawn a lot of attention.

Now in its 10th year, the “Hidden Faces” is an alternative to the Archibald Prize exhibition and is exclusively for Victorian artists.

The exhibition is free and visitors are invited to enter the People’s Choice Award.  It runs until September 1 and features 43 portraits.  

Among them are entertainers Wil Anderson, The Seekers, Claudia Chan Shaw (The Collectors); comedian Jo Stanley; soprano Greta Bradman; indigenous performer Noel Tovey; film and TV director Rod Hardy; folk-singer “Dutch” Tilders; Brian Nankervis, Tania de Jong; sport stars Daniel Kowalski and Stephanie Gilmore; artists: Lewis Miller, Marianne Baillieu, Charles Billich and Dr Rhyl Hinwood; along with world snooker champion Neil Robertson; Prof. Patrick Mc Gorry, Barry Jones, Julian Burnside and ABC TV’s Alan Kohler.

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