Art prizes are shifting - and the charge is being led by under 40s

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What do a taxidermy giraffe, electro-merged textiles, and a flotilla of shields say about contemporary art making now? The finalists in Australia’s richest prize for young artists offer a hint.

Julia Deville, Mother is my Monarch, 2018; baby giraffe, precious metals and gems; Case made by Kate Rohde: Courtesy the artist, Sophie Gannon Gallery and Jan Murphy Gallery.

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