Shortlisted

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02 November 2006

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THE shortlists for the 2005 ACE  Awards (by the charity Art and Christianity Enquiry) are:

ACE Award for a commissioned artwork in ecclesiastical space (in association with the Michael Marks Charitable Trust): Mark Cazalet, The Tree of Life, Chelmsford Cathedral; Tom Phillips, Gerontius, Gerontius Cross, Westminster Cathedral; Susan Riley, Reredos and High Altar Frontal, St Peter and St Paul, Bromley; Alison Watt, Still, Old St Paul's, Edinburgh.

ACE/RIBA award for religious architecture (external works): David Glew, All Saints', Nocton, Lincs; Kay Pilsbury, St John the Baptist, Leytonstone; Kent Porter Warren, Masjid Umar, Leicester; Falconer Chester, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral; Sheppard Robson, Salvation Army International HQ, London.

ACE/Mercers' International Book Award: Paul Binski, Becket's Crown: Art and imagination in Gothic England 1170-1300 (Yale); Michelle P. Brown, The Lindisfarne Gospels: Society, spirituality and the scribe (British Library/Toronto U.P.); and J. L. Koerner, The Reformation of the Image (University of Chicago Press).

Award ceremonies will be held on 24 October and 9 November.

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