THE PMSA MARSH AWARDS The 2018 Shortlists

For Excellence in Public Sculpture

  • Nigel Boonham, Martin Luther King, bronze, 2017, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne.

  • Martin Jennings, George Orwell, bronze, 2017, BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, Marylebone, London, W1.

  • Gillian Wearing, Millicent Garrett Fawcett, bronze and granite, 2018, Parliament Square, Westminster, London, SW1.

For Excellence in Fountains

  • Angela Conner, Renaissance, stainless steel and resin, 2016, Hatfield House, Hertfordshire.

  • Cristina Iglesias, Forgotten Streams, Stainless steel, hydraulic mechanism and water, 2017, Plaza, Bloomberg Headquarters, 3 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4.

  • The Fountain Workshop, Queen Victoria Square Fountain, light, water, 2017, 
    Queen Victoria Square, Carr Lane, Hull.

For Excellence in Conservation of Public Sculpture
and Fountains

  • Crystal Palace Park Sphinxes, concrete and brick, silicate mineral paints, Crystal Palace Park, Thicket Road, London, SE19. Conserved by Skillington Workshop Ltd and David Odgers Conservation.

  • Barbara Hepworth, The Family of Man, bronze (1970), Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield. Conserved by Laura Davies, Lyndsey Morgan and Tessa Jackson.

  • Peter Laszlo Peri, The Sunbathers, (1951), cement ‘pericrete’. Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London, SE1. Conserved by Tessa Jackson.

  • Charles Raymond Smith, Perseus and Andromeda Fountain (1858), Holkham Hall, Wells-next-the Sea. Ian J M Cable Architectural Design (Design Consultant), Miles Water Engineering Ltd, Messenger Conservation and Holkham Estate (Project Management).

Aurora Corio