Premio en Kiev, Kyyiv, Ucrania

Future Generation Art Prize 2019

Premios / Dotación:
Lista de ganadores
Primer premio:
US$ 100,000
5 premios:
US$ 20,000
Finalistas:
25 finalistas
Cuándo:
16 abr de 2018 - 16 jul de 2018
Dónde:
Kiev, Kyyiv, Ucrania
Inscripción:
Cerrada desde 16-07-2018
Dirigido a:
Artistas
Enlaces oficiales:
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Descripción del Premio
Emilija Škarnulytė (Lithuania) is the winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2019, the fifth edition of the global art prize for artists under 35, established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in 2009. The winner was announced by the international jury at the award ceremony in the PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine on 22 March. Emilija Škarnulytė received a total of $100,000: $60,000 as a cash prize, and $40,000 to fund their artistic practice. An additional $20,000 was awarded between Special Prize winners Gabrielle Goliath (South Africa) and Cooking Sections (UK). The winners were chosen by the prize’s distinguished international jury, consisting of: Pablo León de la Barra, curator at large, Latin America, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, New York; Björn Geldhof, artistic director, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv; Gabi Ngcobo, curator, 10th Berlin Biennale; Tim Marlow, artistic director, Royal Academy of Arts, London; and Hoor Al Qasimi, president, Sharjah Art Foundation and International Biennial ... Association. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the prize, Björn Geldhof, artistic director, PinchukArtCentre comments: "It is exciting to be part of a prize which champions current, dynamic and talented young artists. The truly global nature of the prize allows creative voices from all over the world to be represented. Aptly for this year’s edition of the Future Generation Art Prize, which is now in its 10th year, the work explores the ‘archaeology of the future’, questioning the possibilities of tomorrow. All the artists in this year’s exhibition have shown an undisputed quality of artistic acumen – deciding the ultimate winner was incredibly difficult." Commenting on Emilija Škarnulytė as the winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2019, the Jury said: "Emilija Škarnulytė’s work “t 1 ⁄ 2” stems from deep and extensive research which has been translated in a coherent and confident way. The jury found its scale, rhythm and pace mesmerising alongside its capacity to deal with vast expanses of time in a precise manner. Her use of video expands into a multi-dimentional experience, confronting many of the major issues facing humanity which are often left unspoken. Without being overtly didactic, the work stays open-ended and poetic while raising fundamental questions about where we come from, who we are and where we might end-up." Commenting on Gabrielle Goliath as the winner of the Special Prize, the Jury said: "We admired her handling of such difficult and important subject matter in a touching yet sharp manner in the work “This song is for...”. It speaks directly and emotionally to the viewer while generating a powerful sense of discomfort. The work leaves room for personal reflection and maintains respect for the six individual testimonies." Commenting on Cooking Sections as the winner of the Special Prize, the Jury said: "We have a deep respect for artistic practice that engages with serious issues. Through the work “CLIMAVORE: For the Rights of the Soil Not to be Exhausted”, Cooking Sections proposes a better future and successfully engages a broader public to increase awareness of such issues. All the shortlisted artists will take part in the Future Generation Art Prize 2019 @ Venice group exhibition organised by the PinchukArtCentre as an official Collateral Event of the 58th International Art Exhibition at Palazzo Ca’ Tron. As the winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2019, Emilija Škarnulytė will present her solo show at the PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv, in 2020." The exhibition of the 21 shortlisted artists for the fifth edition of the Future Generation Art Prize is on show at the PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine until 7 April 2019, curated by Björn Geldhof and Tatiana Kochubinska, curator, Research Platform at the PinchukArtCentre. The show presents works by the following shortlisted artists and groups: Alia Farid (Kuwait), Monira Al Qadiri (Senegal), Yu Araki (Japan), Korakrit Arunanondchai (Thailand), Kasper Bosmans (Belgium), Madison Bycroft (Australia), Gabrielle Goliath (South Africa), Rodrigo Hernández (Mexico), Laura Huertas Millán (Columbia), Marguerite Humeau (France) Eli Lundgaard (Sweden), Taus Makhacheva (Russia), Toyin Ojih Odutola (Nigeria), Sondra Perry (United States), Gala Porras-Kim (Columbia), Emilija Škarnulytė (Lithuania), Jakob Steensen (Denmark), Daniel Turner (United States), Anna Zvyagintseva (Ukraine) and artist collectives Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme and Cooking Sections. Anna Zvyagintseva is included as the winner of the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2018 – a national contemporary art prize awarded to young Ukrainian artists up to the age of 35. All other artists were chosen by an international selection committee, which includes: Natalia Valencia Arango, Associate Curator, Estancia Femsa Casa Barragán (Mexico City); Julie Boukobza, Director of Luma Arles residency programme and 89plus residency at the Lab of the Google Cultural Institute (Paris); Tatiana Kochubinska, Curator, Research Platform at the PinchukArtCentre (Kyiv). Tumelo Mosaka, Chief Curator for the Investec Cape Town Art Fair; Zeynep Öz, Curator, Turkish Pavilion at the Venice Biennial 2019 (Istanbul) and Richard Riley, independent curator and Chair of the Gilbert & George Centre (London). Board and patron artists Victor Pinchuk (Chairman), businessman and philanthropist Richard Armstrong, director, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Museum, USA Eli Broad, founder, The Broad Foundations, USA Andreas Gursky, patron artist, Germany Damien Hirst, patron artist, UK Dakis Joannou, founder, DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Greece Sir Elton John, founder, Elton John AIDS Foundation and Sir Elton John Photography Collection, UK Jeff Koons, patron artist, USA Glenn D. Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art New York, USA Takashi Murakami, patron artist, Japan Alfred Pacquement, former director of Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, France Miuccia Prada, founder, Fondazione Prada, Italy Contact PinchukArtCentre Nadya Vatulyova press@pinchukartcentre.org Tel: +38 044 494-1148 pinchukartcentre.org Pelham Communications (international media) Emma Gilhooly / Rebekah Humphries emma@pelhamcommunications.com / rebekah@pelhamcommunications.com Tel: +44 (0)20 89693969 Notes to Editors The PinchukArtCentre was founded in September 2006 in Kyiv by businessman and philanthropist Victor Pinchuk. Since then it is one the largest and most dynamic private contemporary art centres in Central and Eastern Europe. With over 3 million visitors, the PinchukArtCentre became an international hub for contemporary art, developing the Ukrainian art scene while generating a critical public discourse for society as a whole. For more than a decade, PinchukArtCentre has brought works of over 250 international artists to Ukraine providing free access to new ideas, perceptions and emotions. Its program investigates national identity in the context of international challenges. Simultaneously PinchukArtCentre invests in the next generation though the Future Generation Art Prize and the PinchukArtCentre Prize (an award for young Ukrainian contemporary artists aged 35 or younger). Through the biennial Prizes, the institution has become a leading centre for the best emerging artists worldwide, while empowering a new generation in Ukraine. In 2016, PinchukArtCentre launched Research Platform as a pioneering project that aims to generate a living archive of Ukrainian art from the early 1980s through the present. Address: PinchukArtCentre, 1/3-2, "А" Block, Velyka Vasylkivska/Baseyna Str., Kyiv, Ukraine 01004 Tel: +380 44 590 08 58 E-mail: info@pinchukartcentre.org The Victor Pinchuk Foundation, an international, private and non-partisan philanthropic foundation based in Ukraine, was established in 2006 by businessman and philanthropist Victor Pinchuk. It empowers the young generation to change their country and the world. To this end it implements projects and builds partnerships in Ukraine and worldwide. Since 2006, the Foundation has invested over US$ 125 million to transform Ukraine. The Victor Pinchuk Foundation's projects include, among others: an all-Ukrainian network of neonatal center Cradles of Hope; the largest private scholarship program in Ukraine, Zavtra.UA; the WorldWideStudies scholarship programme for Ukrainian students studying abroad and the PinchukArtCentre, the most dynamic art centre in Ukraine and the region, which gives free-of-charge access to contemporary art to inspire new thinking. The Foundation supports the international network Yalta European Strategy (YES), a leading forum for discussing Ukraine's European future and global context. The foundation supports a crowdfunding platform to foster giving in Ukrainian society, the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace. The Foundation is a member of the European Foundation Centre and the Ukrainian Grantmakers Forum. It cooperates with the Atlantic Council, the Brookings Institution, the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, Amicus Europae Foundation and other nongovernmental organizations, with the ANTIAIDS Foundation of Mr. Pinchuk's wife Elena Pinchuk that implements projects to fight HIV/AIDS, among others in cooperation programs with the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Victor Pinchuk is a Ukrainian businessman and philanthropist. He is the founder of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, EastOne Ltd, and PinchukArtCentre. An international investment advisory company, EastOne has a portfolio comprising more than 20 businesses and large-scale projects, including INTERPIPE, as well as assets in oil and gas, ferroalloys, media and other industries in Ukraine and abroad. For over 20 years, Mr. Pinchuk has developed philanthropic projects in Ukraine and around the world. In 2006, he consolidated these activities within the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, which thereby became the largest private Ukrainian philanthropic foundation. Its mission is "Empowering future generations to become the change makers of tomorrow." It focuses on education, Ukraine's international integration, healthcare and access to the inspiration of contemporary art. On February 19, 2013 Mr. Pinchuk joined the Giving Pledge, a philanthropic initiative founded in 2010 by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, and thereby committed to giving half or more of his fortune away during his lifetime and afterward to philanthropic causes. _____________ El Future Generation Art Prize es un premio bianual de arte contemporáneo mundial para descubrir, reconocer y brindar apoyo a largo plazo a una generación futura de artistas. Establecido por la Fundación Victor Pinchuk en 2009, el Premio apoyó el desarrollo artístico y la producción de nuevas obras de más de 84 artistas en exhibiciones en el PinchukArtCentre en Kiev y como eventos colaterales oficiales en la Bienal de Venecia en 2011, 2013 y 2017. Todos los artistas de 35 años o menos de cualquier parte del mundo que trabajen en cualquier medio están invitados a solicitar el Premio. Un destacado comité de selección, designado por un distinguido jurado internacional, revisa cada solicitud y nomina a 20 artistas para la lista breve. Estos artistas recibirán el encargo de crear nuevas obras que se exhibirán en el PinchukArtCentre en Kiev. Posteriormente, todos ellos presentarán sus trabajos en la exposición Future Generation Art Prize en la Bienal de Venecia. Artistas seleccionados: Alia Farid (33 – Kuwait), Monira Al Qadiri (35 – Senegal), Yu Araki (33 – Japón), Korakrit Arunanondchai (31 – Tailandia), Kasper Bosmans (28 – Bélgica), Madison Bycroft (31 – Australia), Gabrielle Goliath (34 – Sudáfrica), Rodrigo Hernández (34 – México), Laura Huertas Millán (35 – Colombia), Marguerite Humeau (31 – Francia), Eli Lundgaard (28 – Suedia), Taus Makhacheva (35 – Rusia), Toyin Ojih Odutola (33 - Nigeria), Sondra Perry (31 – EE.UU.), Gala Porras-Kim (33 – Colombia), Emilija Skarnulyte (31 – Lituania), Jakob Steensen (31 – Dinamarca), Daniel Turner (35 – EE.UU.), Anna Zvyagintseva (32 – Ucrania).

 

 

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