Announcing the 2014 Artadia Atlanta Awardees:
Paul Stephen Benjamin
For more information about Artadia's third award cycle in Atlatna and the artists, click here.
Announcing the 2013 Artadia Los Angeles Awardees:
Cayetano Ferrer, Vishal Jugdeo, Stanya Kahn, Nicole Miller, and Kerry Tribe.
And the Award Goes to… , an exhibition to celebrate the work and achievements of the five Artadia Los Angeles Awardees, is on view at LACE through February 23rd. For more information about this exhibition, click here.
For more information about Artadia's inaugural in Los Angeles and more information about the artists, click here.
2014 Artadia / NADA Award Winner: What Pipeline
What Pipeline as the recipient of the Artadia / NADA Award, a $4,000 unrestricted cash prize at the 2014 NADA edition of NADA New York
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New York, New York— Artadia and the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) are delighted to announce What Pipeline as the recipient of the 2014 Artadia / NADA Award, a $4,000 unrestricted merit-based award selected at the 2014 edition of NADA New York. A jury comprised of two internationally renowned curators, Ingrid Schaffner, Chief Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, and Carin Kuoni, Director, Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The New School for Public Engagement, determined the award winner. The award is generously funded by Artadia and NADA.
“NADA offers a scale so conducive to seeing, in some depth, a lot of great work by individual artists; however, we decided to award the Artadia Prize to What Pipeline. It represents to us a relevant and future-oriented model of how artists collaborate locally and beyond by establishing networks that operate both outside of, and through, the art world’s centers,” note Carin Kuoni and Ingrid Schaffner. “Activated by different contexts—studio, exhibition, gallery, art fair—these ad hoc aggregates of artists perform different functions within our very complex art system. And while Detroit may have its own gravitational pull right now, What Pipeline seems purposefully situated to exert pressure from within—and upon—this most utopian of dystopias on contemporary culture at large.
What Pipeline Founders, artists Alivia Zlvich and Daniel Sperry, will receive all lifetime privileges of the Artadia Award program, including: ongoing support and connections through the Artadia network of curators, critics and arts-related professionals; an opportunity to apply to the Artadia residency program; studio visits with internationally renowned curators; national exhibitions, publications; and more.
Congratulations to the 2014 Artadia Atlanta Awardees!
The Fund for Art and Dialogue is pleased to announce the 2014
Artadia Atlanta Award winners. The recipient of the 2014 Artadia Atlanta Award at the $20,000 level is Robbie Land. Paul Stephen Benjamin, Bethany Collins and Lauri Stallings will receive Artadia Awards at the $8,000 level. Artadia awards artists of outstanding merit with substantial, unrestricted funds and connects them to a network of opportunities. For more information about the artists and their work, please click here.
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Gaylen Gerber (Chicago 2001, 2007)
Joseph Grigely (Chicago 2004)
Carol Jackson (Chicago 2002)
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The Artadia Awards 2013 Los Angeles Awardees are: Cayetano Ferrer, Nicole Miller, Vishal Jugdeo, Stanya Kahn and Kerry Tribe.
For two consecutive days (November 11-12, 2013), three internationally known jurors: Ali Subotnick, Curator, The Hammer Museum, University of Los Angeles, California; Magnolia de la Garza, Associate Curator, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City; and Joao Ribas, most recently of MIT’s List Visual Art Center–conducted 45-minute studio visits with each of the 10 short-listed artists. The Finalists were chosen from over 500 visual art applicants living and working in the Los Angeles County.
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OCTOBER 17, 2013
SHORT-LIST OF 10 FINALISTS FOR ARTADIA AWARDS 2013 LOS ANGELES
The exceptional range of artists living and working in Los Angeles was evident as three prominent panelists selected the 10 finalists for the Artadia Awards 2013 Los Angeles. Panelists Ali Subotnick, Curator of The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Chus Martinez, Chief Curator of El Museo del Barrio, New York; and Spencer Finch, Artist, New York; determined the list of finalists after over 500 applications received for the first cycle of Artadia Awards in Los Angeles.
The 10 Finalists for the Artadia Awards 2013 Los Angeles are: Zackary Drucker, Cayetano Ferrer, Kim Fisher, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Vishal Jugdeo, Stanya Kahn, Nicole Miller, Michele O’Marah, Aaron Sandnes and Kerry Tribe.
Chicago, IL— Artadia is delighted to announce that Dan Gunn is the winner of the 2013 Artadia / EXPO Chicago Award. Gunn will receive an unrestricted $2,500 cash award for his presentation at Monique Meloche Gallery’s booth at EXPO Chicago. More