December 13 | The Delfina Foundation announces four finalists for the inaugural Artevue Arte Prize
The first edition of the Arte Vue Arte Prize, organized in collaboration with Delfina Foundation, has announced four finalists for its first edition. Elsewhere, an important artist gets its own catalogue raisonné.
The Delfina Foundation announces four finalists for the inaugural Artevue Arte Prize
Launched earlier this year, the ArteVue ArtePrize — established by the Delfina Foundation in collaboration with ArteVue, a mobile application and platform dedicated to supporting emerging artists and acquiring their works — has announced the finalists of its inaugural edition.
Open to artists under 30 working at the crossroads of art and technology and endowed with $15,000, the Artevue Arte Prize has announced the 2017 finalists as follows: Zuza Golińska, who works “with the relationship between humans, public space and architecture”; Sahil Naik, who is “interested in the idea of the post- (post-truth/post-fact) and draws inspiration from pre- (myths and history) to seek the inverse relationship between power and fear”; Kiah Reading, whose work “investigates the intersection of people’s behaviours and the contemporary desire to commercialise non-economic phenomena – such as passion, creativity and communication” and Lukas Zerbst, who is interested in “the temporary moment of the exposition of an artwork.”
Works by the four finalists will be on show at the Delfina Foundation between January 23 and 27. The prize also includes a three-month residency at the London institution. Read more via Arte Prize.
Sahil Naik working on the installation Ground Zero.
After 17 years of research, the digital catalogue raisonné dedicated to Salvador Dalí is ready
The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation has announced that the online catalogué raisonné, covering some 1,000 paintings by the artist produced between 1910 and 1983, is finally complete.
The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation has collaborated with the archives of the Dalí Museum in St Petersburg, Florida, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid and the Centre Pompidou in Paris to complete the catalogue raisonné and has also had the support of Rotterdam’s Museum Boijmans van Beuningen as well as the help of auction houses Sotheby's, Christie's and Bonhams.
Thus far, the catalogue only covers paintings by the artists, but will soon include sculptural works as well. More via The Art Newspaper.