On October 25, 2014 the PinchukArtCentre (Kyiv, Ukraine) will present exhibition of the 21 shortlisted artists for the third edition of the Future Generation Art Prize, the first global art prize for artists up to 35, founded by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in December 2009. The exhibition will present a newly produced works giving a remarkable view on the most actual artistic positions of a next generation of artists. It will be accompanied by the show of the Patron Artists of the Prize: Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Andreas Gurskyand Takashi Murakami.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's List Visual Arts Center, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, will present Joan Jonas as the representative for the United States at the 56th International Art Exhibition—la Biennale di Venezia. Jonas is a pioneering figure in performance art and video and is one of the most important contemporary artists today. She will create a new multimedia installation specifically for the U.S.
The Zabludowicz Collection is pleased to announce the seven emerging artists who will show new work as part of the 2013 Invites programme. Launched in 2012, Invites is a unique opportunity for artists without commercial gallery representation to produce a solo show in a dedicated project space at Zabludowicz Collection, London. Artists have been selected as a result of extensive studio visits and all shows will run for six weeks.
The Zabludowicz Collection is delighted to announce the names fo the 2013 Invites artists:
KW Institute for Contemporary Art is delighted to announce the appointment of Ellen Blumenstein as the institution’s new chief curator. She will assume office on January 1, 2013.
Dr. Susanne Gaensheimer, Direktorin des MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main, ist von Dr. Guido Westerwelle, Bundesminister des Auswärtigen, erneut zur Kuratorin des Deutschen Pavillons für die 55. Biennale di Venezia 2013 berufen worden.
A great weekend for art lovers in Vienna!
Conceived as an exhibition space for postwar German modernism, the Kunsthaus Dahlem will open to the public in summer 2015 in Berlin, Germany. It will present exhibitions and programs that explore modern German art from the post-war era (1945 to 1961). In addition to its exhibitions, on-site and online programs will reinforce its role as a center for research and scholarship. All activities are designed to engage artists, writers, students, scholars and a wide public audience.