Premio en Buenos Aires, Argentina

Premio Faena a las Artes 2022

Premios / Dotación:
Lista de ganadores
Premio:
La propuesta ganadora recibirá un premio de 100.000 Dólares: 25.000 Dólares en fondos no restringidos se otorgarán directamente al artista, y los 75.000 Dólares restantes se destinarán a la producción de la nueva comisión que se instalará temporalmente en Faena Beach durante la Miami Art Week 2022.
Cuándo:
10 abr de 2022 - 01 ago de 2022
Dónde:
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Inscripción:
Cerrada desde 01-08-2022
Dirigido a:
Artistas
Enlaces oficiales:
Web 
Correo electrónico:
info@faenaart.org
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Descripción del Premio
Faena Art is pleased to announce Paula de Solminihac (b. 1974, Chile) as the winner of the 2022 Faena Prize for the Arts. Special mention was given to Paloma Bosquê (b. 1982, Brazil). After reviewing 395 proposals from over 72 countries around the world, Paula de Solminihac was selected as the 2022 winner by a jury of leading figures from the international art world. Under the coordination of Faena Prize Curator Direlia Lazo, the Jury of the 2022 Faena Prize for the Arts included Cecilia Alemani (Curator of the 59th Venice Biennale); artist Alexandre Arrechea; Caroline Bourgeois (Chief Curator of the Pinault Collection); cultural place-maker Ximena Caminos; Chus Martínez (Director Art Institute at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel); and José Roca (Artistic Director 23rd Biennale of Sydney). Paula de Solminihac’s large scale topographic installation—created in collaboration with architect Vicente Donoso—invites endless interaction and play for everyone on the beach, welcoming ... a diversity of ability-inclusive activities that include touching, playing, resting, watching, listening, and exploring the installation. At night, when the beach is closed to the public, Morning Glory will become illuminated and generate a totally different sensory experience than from the day. The installation takes the form of the Beach Morning Glory, a traveling evergreen vine that is nearly omnipresent throughout the beaches of Florida as well as the entire world thanks to its floating, seawater-resistant seeds. Once embedded onto a beach, this plant both prevents sand dunes from moving against strong winds and eventually becomes the humus soil that gives rise to other organisms. Faena Art founder Alan Faena remarks, “Following five successful editions in Buenos Aires, we are thrilled to debut the Faena Prize for the Arts in Miami with Paula de Solminihac’s environmentally engaged vision for Faena Beach during this year’s Miami Art Week. Using the very materials of Miami Beach to make up her work, Paula’s proposed installation—and the artist’s largest-scale work to date—physically embodies this vibrant city Faena Art is deeply committed to, shepherding in the Faena Prize to Miami and creating an active dialogue between Miami’s people and environment.” De Solminihac will receive the 100,000 USD prize, which includes 25,000 USD for the artist and a budget of up to 75,000 USD towards the production of her immersive installation at the Faena Beach in Miami Beach. Faena Art also awards runner-up Paloma Bosquê with an iteration of her proposal Education by the Stone in the Faena Art Project Room on view in 2023 in recognition of her site-responsive application for this year’s Faena Prize. The Nominating Committee for this year’s prize included seven curators and museum directors from international institutions, who anonymously cast their nominations that were then reviewed by the Faena Prize jury along with all open call submissions. This year’s Nominating Committee included Carla Acevedo-Yates (Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator, MCA Chicago); Diana Campbell Betancourt (Artistic Director, Dhaka-based Samdani Art Foundation); Juan Canela (Curator-at-large, MAC Panama and Artistic Director, Zsonamaco, Mexico City); Binna Choi (Director of Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons, Utrecht, and co-Artistic Director of the 2022 Singapore Biennale); Catalina Lozano (Chief Curator, Artium Museoa, Spain, and co-curator of the Mexican Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2022); Raimundas Malašauskas (Independent Curator); and Maria Elena Ortiz (Curator, The Modern, Fort Worth). The Miami Edition of the Faena Prize is presented by Bombay Sapphire. _____________ Founded in 2012, the FAENA PRIZE serves as a platform for a continued reflection on the present moment and its irreversible and heterogeneous changing nature. This new edition of the Faena Prize for the Arts will take place for the first time in Miami, a city that has been home to Faena Art’s programming for the past five years. We invite artists across genres, disciplines, and technologies to imagine temporary and site-specific projects to be installed at the Faena Beach. The selected proposal will be presented during Miami Art Week 2022. We invite artists to envision site-specific monumental projects for the Faena Beach that are in conversation with the ideas mentioned above and that align with Faena Art’s mission. See more in our press release here. The winning proposal will receive a US $100,000 prize – US $25,000 in unrestricted funds will be awarded directly to the artist, and the remaining US $75,000 will be allocated towards the production of the new commission to be installed temporarily at the Faena Beach during Miami Art Week 2022. The Jury of the 2022 Faena Prize for the Arts will include Cecilia Alemani (Curator of the 59th Venice Biennale); artist Alexandre Arrechea; Caroline Bourgeois (Chief Curator of the Pinault Collection); cultural place-maker Ximena Caminos; Chus Martínez (Director Art Institute at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel); and José Roca (Artistic Director 23rd Biennale of Sydney) To further the reach of ambitious artistic minds, the 2022 Faena Prize will also feature a Nominating Committee that will include nine curators and museum directors from around the world, coordinated by independent curator Direlia Lazo. These nominations will be anonymous and will be reviewed by the Faena Prize jury along with all open call submissions. The Nominating Committee will include: Carla Acevedo (Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator, MCA Chicago); Diana Campbell Betancourt (Artistic Director, Dhaka-based Samdani Art Foundation); Juan Canela (Curator-at-large, MAC Panama and Artistic Director, Zsonamaco, Mexico City); Binna Choi (Director of Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons, Utrecht, and co-Artistic Director of the 2022 Singapore Biennale); Catalina Lozano (Chief Curator, Artium Museoa, Spain, and co-curator of the Mexican Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2022); Raimundas Malašauskas (Independent Curator); Gabi Ngcobo (Curatorial Director, Javett Art Centre at the University of Pretoria); Maria Elena Ortiz (Curator, Pérez Art Museum Miami); and Lucrecia Palacios (Executive Director, arteBA Foundation, Argentina). Please read carefully the Terms and Conditions before submitting the application.

 

 

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