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Marco Tagliarino

Religious artefacts and objects of worship

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Brief

Objects that evoke one’s beliefs are common in all religions, and often form part of regular worship - think of the nine-candled Jewish menorah, Christian rosary prayer beads, a Muslim prayer mat, or the Hindi arti lamp. In other contests we celebrate religious architecture, or the act of worship and religious gathering, but this is an opportunity to consider the objects that, on a smaller level, embody our connections with a higher power.

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Entries close
26 February 2021

Rating
26 February 2021 to 7 March 2021

Winners announced
7 March 2021

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