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July 21st, 2020

Announcing the Jury and Open Call for the 2020 Foundwork Artist Prize

Foundwork is pleased to announce the jury and international open call for the 2020 Foundwork Artist Prize, an annual award to recognize outstanding practice by contemporary artists. The 2020 honoree will receive an unrestricted $10,000 grant and studio visits with each of this year’s jurors. The honoree and three short-listed artists will also be featured in interviews as part of the Foundwork Dialogues program.

The jury for the 2020 Foundwork Artist Prize includes progressive curators, gallerists, and artists: Natasha Ginwala, Associate Curator, Gropius Bau, Berlin, Co-Director, 13th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju; Anat Ebgi, Owner and Director, Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles; Kalup Linzy, Performance and Video Artist, 2020 Tulsa Artist Fellow, Tulsa; Humberto Moro, Deputy Director and Senior Curator, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Curator, EXPO Chicago, Chicago, Adjunct Curator, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah; Rachel Adams, Chief Curator and Director of Programs, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha; and Michael Ruiz, Founder and Managing Director, Future Gallery, Berlin and Mexico City.

Selection for the 2020 Prize starts October 15th. For more information, please visit foundwork.art/artist-prize.

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May 29th, 2020

Contemporary Art Quarterly: Keren Cytter

As so many of us are still unable to visit art in person, we’re inundated with digital material from many sources, filling our inboxes and feeds with thousands of decontextualized works by hundreds of artists. In case you’d like to spend a while absorbed in the universe of a single artist’s practice, you might like to visit Contemporary Art Quarterly, where we publish deep archives of the work of individual artists.

At the moment, we’re featuring the archive of Keren Cytter, where you can find documentation of 86 projects by the Israeli artist.

January 28th, 2020

Call for 3-Month Artist in Residence

Malt AIR invites professional artists from all over the world to participate in a 3-month visual arts residency programme at Maltfabrikken in Denmark. Studio facilities and accommodation, as well as a travel grant and a monthly stipend, are included in the programme.

The purpose of the residency is to offer international artists the opportunity to develop new and enriching relations with the Danish visual arts scene, and to support the artistic process and research phase by giving the artist time, space and opportunities for reflection and focus.

The residency is run in collaboration between The Danish Art Workshops, Kunsthal Aarhus and Maltfabrikken, and is supported by The Danish Arts Foundation.

Deadline: 23rd of February 2020.
Learn more about Malt AIR and our call here.

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