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Frieze Artist Award 2015, Supported by LUMA Foundation
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The Frieze Artist Award, this year supported by the LUMA Foundation, is a major opportunity to present ambitious, site-specific work as part of the Frieze Projects programme. The Award is open to UK and international artists between 25–40 years of age. Frieze is delighted that the LUMA Foundation will be the exclusive partner of the Frieze Artist Award for the next three years.

 

Artists are invited to propose a new work to be realized at Frieze London 2015 as part of its critically acclaimed Frieze Projects programme, produced under the guidance of Curator Nicola Lees and the Frieze Projects team. Proposals should respond to the environment of the London fair. Applicants will be judged on the innovative nature of their proposal and the potential for its realization at Frieze London.

 

Entrance to the Award is by open submission and further details on the scope of the Award are detailed below. The award will include a budget of up to £20,000 for production, research and development, artist fees and travel expenses.

 

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Judging Panel

 

Bonnie Camplin (b. 1970) lives and works in London. Her expanded practice has included eight years as a para-theatrical producer, director, dancer and performer as well as work across the disciplines of drawing, film and video, performance, music and writing. Camplin has shown internationally and recent solo exhibitions have been held at Cabinet London (2013) and Michael Benevento in Los Angeles (2012). Her moving image work has been shown most recently at the ICA London (2014). Camplin is currently a Lecturer in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London.

 

Raimundas Malasauskas was born in Vilnius (Lithuania), curates in the world and writes occasionally. His most recent public projects include ‘In My Previous Life I Wanted To Be a Tablet’, Instituto de Vision, Bogota (2015); ‘Tomorrow night I walked to a dark black star’, Universidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires (2014); and ‘Oo’, Lithuanian and Cyprus pavilions at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013).

 

Hans Ulrich Obrist (b. 1968, Zurich, Switzerland) is Co-director of the Serpentine Galleries, London. Prior to this, he was the Curator of the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris. Since his first show ‘World Soup (The Kitchen Show)’ in 1991 he has curated more than 250 exhibitions.

 

Nicola Lees, Curator for Frieze Projects & Frieze Artistic Director Joanna Stella-Sawicka (chair).

 

The closing date for applications is 10 February 2015 at 17:00 GMT. The winner of the Award will be announced in May 2015.

 

About the Frieze Artist Award

 

Now in its second year, the Frieze Artist Award sits within a rich history 
of artist awards presented at Frieze London, including the Emdash Award (2011-2013) and the Cartier Award (2006-2010). The winner of the inaugural Frieze Artist Award was French artist Mélanie Matranga.

 

One of the world’s leading contemporary art fairs, Frieze London will take place from 14 to 17 October 2015 in Regent’s Park, London and is sponsored by Deutsche Bank.

 

Full details of the Frieze Artist Award are available below. For applications enquiries please contact the Frieze Projects team via ProjectsUK@frieze.com.

 

The Frieze Artist Award is a major opportunity to present ambitious, site-specific work as part of the Frieze Projects programme. The Award is open to UK and international artists between 25–40 years of age. Frieze is delighted that the LUMA Foundation will be the exclusive partner of the Frieze Artist Award for the next three years.

 

Artists are invited to propose a new work to be realized at Frieze London 2015 as part of its critically acclaimed Frieze Projects programme, produced under the guidance of curator Nicola Lees and the Frieze Projects team. Proposals should respond to the environment of the London fair. Applicants will be judged on the innovative nature of their proposal and the potential for its realization at Frieze London.

 

Entrance to the Award is by open submission and further details on the scope of the Award are detailed in the section above, ‘How to Apply’. The award will include a budget of up to £20,000 for production, research and development, artist fees and travel expenses.

 

Frieze will be accepting applications from 10 January 2015 at 10:00 GMT. The closing date for applications is 10 February 2015 at 17:00 GMT. The winner of the Award will be selected by an international panel of artists and curators (TBA) and announced in May 2015.

 

Now in its second year, the Frieze Artist Award sits within a rich history
of artist awards presented at Frieze London, including the Emdash Award (2011-2013) and the Cartier Award (2006-2010). The winner of the inaugural Frieze Artist Award was French artist Mélanie Matranga.

 

One of the world’s leading contemporary art fairs, Frieze London will take place from 14 to 17 October 2015 in Regent’s Park, London and is sponsored by Deutsche Bank. Further information is available at FriezeLondon.com.


Fecha de inicio: 06 de Febrero de 2015
Fecha de cierre: 12 de Febrero de 2015


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