Radoslav Putar Award – FINALE 2018!
7.6.2018. - 8.7.2018. @ Mali salon
Finalists of the Radoslav Putar Award 2018 are :
Gildo Bavčević, 1979.; Split
Davor Konjikušić, 1979; Zenica / Zagreb
Ana Kuzmanić, Split, 1980.; Split / Zagreb
Kristina Marić, 1990.; Đakovo / Osijek
This year’s Finalists shave been selected, and the Winner will be announced at the exhibition opening by the 2018 Radoslav Putar Award Jury:
Matej Knežević, Slavonski Brod; Radoslav Putar Award Winner 2017
Irena Borić, Maribor / Zagreb; curator, selected at the Open call for the jury member up to 40 years of age
Tadej Pogačar, Ljubljana, artist and director of Gallery p74 and the Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E.
Valentina Radoš, Osijek, curator, Museum of Fine Arts
Klaudio Štefančić, Velika Gorica, curator and Head of the Galženica Gallery
In this year, Nagrada Radoslav Putar will be awarded for the 17th time.
The Radoslav Putar Award Winner will have the opportunity to enjoy two months residency at the Residency Unlimited in New York, http://residencyunlimited.org, will have the solo exhibition at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Zagreb, and will be the Jury member in 2019.
The award is organised in collaboration with the YVAA – Young Visual Artists Award network, Residency Unlimited, New York and the Trust for Mutual Understanding, New York, and was initiated by Wendy Luers with The Foundation for a Development of a Civil Society.
In 1990 Wendy W. Luers, founder and director of Foundation for a Civil Society, together with President Vaclav Havel and a group of dissident artists first established the Jindrich Chalupecky Award in Czechoslovakia to recognize artistic excellence in young visual artists, under 35 years old, and provide them with a U.S. residency experience.
The Young Visual Artists Awards program was established over several years as an international network of similar awards with support from the Trust forMutual Understanding, a US foundation. Today 10 European countries are part of this network: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Kosovo, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Albania and Bulgaria. In 2015, Residency Unlimited (RU) was engaged as the organizer of the YVAA program and host of the NY residency program.
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