The Full Wiki

More info on Kandinsky Prize

Kandinsky Prize: Wikis

Advertisements
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Kandinsky Prize, named after Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky is a newly-created award,[1] sponsored by the Deutsche Bank AG and the Art Chronika Culture Foundation.[2] It was organized in hopes of developing Russian contemporary art, and to reinforce Russian art’s status within the world. In total, 55,000 euros are awarded to the artist.

It was first given out in December 4, 2007, hosted at the Winzavod Contemporary Art Center in Moscow. Four awards were given. The Young Artist Category is awarded to an artist under 30 and they receive a three months stay in Villa Romana. New Media Project of the year is awarded 10,000 euros. Artist of the Year is awarded 40,000 euros. Audience's Prize is awarded 5,000 euros.

Contents

Background

On September 20, 2007, The Deutsche Bank and ArtChronika presented their nominations of over 250 names for the Kandinsky Prize in a press conference. Their work was displayed in exhibitions at Moscow’s Central House of Artist and in St. Petersburg. It was eventually cut down to 50. The winners were announced in December. The objective is to promote contemporary Russian art and to offer insights into the art scene's most important trends and perspective.

"This is a natural progression. In the last two years, we have had the Biennale, art fairs and many exhibitions. With all these events, there comes growth in numbers of art critics, art investors, art foundations and institutes, and so we decided there should also be an art prize," Nikolai Molok, the editor of ArtKhronika.[3]

Winners

Advertisements

2007

Young Artist (aged up to 30)

  • Vladlena Gromova[4]

Media Art Project of the Year

  • Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe[4]

Artist of the Year

  • Anatoly Osmolovsky[4]

People's Choice Award

  • Peter Goloschapov[4]

2008

Young Artist (aged up to 30)

  • Diana Machulina[5]

Media Art Project of the Year

  • PG Group (Ilya Falkovskiy, Alexei Katalkin und Boris Spirdidonow)[5]

Artist of the Year

  • Alexey Belyaev-Gintovt[5]

2009

Young Artist (aged up to 30)

  • Evgeny Antufiev[6]

Media Art Project of the Year

  • Electroboutique (Aristarkh Chernyshev and Alexey Shulgin)[6]

Artist of the Year

  • Vadim Zakharov[6]

See also

Turner Prize

References


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message