RYAN FOERSTER IS THE 2013 ARTADIA / NADA MIAMI WINNER!
Chosen by Alex Gartenfeld, Interim Director and Chief Curator of Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, and Sylvia Chivaratanond, Suzanne Deal Booth Adjunct Curator of American Art, Centre Pompidou Foundation and Museum, Foerster’s work was presented by C L E A R I N G, Brooklyn and Brussels, and Shoot the Lobster / Martos Gallery New York at NADA.more »
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Gaylen Gerber (Chicago 2001, 2007)
Joseph Grigely (Chicago 2004)
Carol Jackson (Chicago 2000)
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Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is pleased to announce the Artadia Awards 2013 Los Angeles. 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.
The two recipients of the 2013 Artadia Los Angeles Awards at the $15,000 level are: Cayetano Ferrer and Nicole Miller. The three recipients of the $3,000 awards are: Vishal Jugdeo, Stanya Kahn and Kerry Tribe. (See below for images and descriptions of the awardees’ work)More
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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. The award is generously funded by Artadia Founder and Board President Christopher E. Vroom. Juror Nora Burnett Abrams, Associate Curator of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver walked through the fair, to determine the award winner from a pool of 95 Chicago-based artists whose work was exhibited at EXPO. Said Burnett Abrams, “Dan Gunn explores the tropes and props of staging in a playful and yet conceptually rigorous way that considers the difference between fact and fiction. He is a painter who uses neither paint nor canvas, but with freshness and exuberance, his work asks us to rethink the core ideas of painting, including color and illusionism.”
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An exhibition concerned with the conditions of the art object, the artists who make them, and what that means in relationship to the spirit of ownership.
Curated by James Cope and featuring artists Brian Fridge, Lily Hanson, Servane Mary, Johnny Mullen, and Eli Ping
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Artadia’s Summer Open Studios program presents an exhibition of new works by Dianna Frid (Chicago 2004 Awardee). The show, “Three Transcriptions and Their Membrane,” consists of site-specific components as well as mixed media works selected from an ongoing series of “Transcriptions.” Responding to the architecture of the space,Frid, attaches a membrane of graphite drawings to its walls.