Kiev's Pinchuk Art Centre has announced its nominees for the Future Generation Art Prize.
Established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, the $100,000 prize is an award for artists under the age of 35. Out of 4,200 applicants from 134 countries in an open process, a selection committee chose 20 artists representing 16 countries. The 21st nominee was the 2011 winner of the Pinchuk Art Centre Prize, an award given to young Ukrainian artists.
Jonathas de Andrade, 30 (Brazil)
Marwa Arsanios, 33 (Lebanon)
Micol Assael, 33 (Italy)
Abigail DeVille, 30 (United States)
Aurelien Froment, 35 (France)
Meiro Koizumi, 35 (Japan)
Andre Komatsu, 33 (Brazil)
Eva Kotatkova, 29 (Czech Republic)
Tala Madani, 30 (Iran)
Basim Magdy, 34 (Egypt)
Angioletti Meris, 34 (Italy)
Ahmet Öğüt, 30 (Turkey)
Amalia Pica, 33 (Argentina)
Agnieszka Polska, 27 (Poland)
Emily Roysdon, 34 (United States)
Rayyane Tabet, 28 (Lebanon)
Xing Yan, 26 (China)
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, 34 (United Kingdom)
Joao Maria Gusmao & Pedro Paiva, 33, 34 (Portugal)
R.E.P (Ukraine): Volodymyr Kuznetsov (35), Mykyta Kadan (29), Olesia Khomenko (31), Zhanna Kadyrova (30), Ksenia Gnylitska (28), Lada Nakonechna (31)
An exhibition featuring the nominated artists will open Oct. 27 at the Pinchuk Art Centre. The winner will be announced Dec. 7.
PHOTO: Viktor Pinchuk. Photo via Forbes.com.
Mixed Media, 212 x 66 inches, Courtesy the artist.
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