The second Social Art Award Ceremony, presented by the Berlin-based Institute for Art and Innovation in collaboration with Lebanese organization Peace of Art, honored the final winners. Last night, on 29 July 2020, an interested audience from 15 countries as well as organizers and jury members came together to cherish and discuss the stimulating artist contributions in the field of Social Art, under the topic of Peaceful Revolutions. Three artists won the Social Art Award:Narcissa Gold (USA), Melinda Mouzzanar (Lebanon), Bogna Grazyna JaroslawskiRead More→
We proudly invite you to the online event “The Social Art Award – Peaceful revolutions”, presenting the final winners of the second edition of the Social Art Award!
Dear participants and selected artists! We received your materials for the book and have started with designing. Of course, we’ll keep you posted and come back to you if we need further material from you! We aim to get the book published in July 2020. We are so much looking forward to presenting all those great Social Artworks in our next publication!
A big thank you to all artists for all their thought-provoking and meaningful contributions to the Social Art Award under the topic “We are the people – Peaceful revolutions through the power of the many”. The professional jury was very impressed by 558 submissions and had a very hard time to decide as each work was very valuable! As a result, we came to the conclusion to select three final winners. The prize money will be distributed equally between these winners. WeRead More→
Out of 558 submissions the jury had a tough time to select the strongest positions related to the topic “We are the people – peaceful revolutions”. Now here they are including the two wildcards for the entries with the most public votes: – WILDCARD – Miriam Carroll (Ireland) with Tackle the Rabbit (2018) – WILDCARD – Jan Pan Chan (Hong Kong/UK) -with Protesters Mpumelelo Buthelezi (South Africa) with E’Plazini: The Waste Collectors’ Home Younes Baba-Ali (Marokko/ Belgium) with Daily Wrestling, 2018Read More→
The Social Art Award, organised by the Institute for Art and Innovation, is now entering its next stage. The public voting starts today. Please check: www.social-art-award.org/voting – Presenting the longlist with the 230 most promising entries to the Social Art Award 2019 for public voting. The two most voted entries win a wild card to the short list and by this they enter the competition for the final stage of the jury process. THE PUBLIC VOTING IS NOW OPEN TILLRead More→
The Open Call for the Social Art Award 2019 under the topic “We are the People – Peaceful Revolutions” was closed on December 15. We are very impressed by 558 submissions that were contributed from artists coming from 65 countries from across all continents. The international jury selected 230 entries for the PUBLIC VOTING running from December 20 – 28. Until December 29 they will come out with the decision after selecting the Top 10. Then, based on the highestRead More→
Can art catalyze change? The Social Art Award 2019 (For post in Arabic click here.) Be it Hong Kong, Chile, Lebanon, Iraq, Brazil there are burning conflicts in the world right now, where people stand up peacefully united for their rights, their freedom, their present and their future. Looking back in history, 30 years ago in 1989, it has been the united will of East Germans that made the impossible come true. They made the wall come down to reunite toRead More→
Katrin Korfmann studied Photography at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and continued her research during her residency at the Rijksakademie, both in Amsterdam. Since the late 1990s her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries, museums, alternative art and public spaces. In addition to a practice as a visual artist, she is a senior lecturer at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and advisor for different cultural institutions e.g. Mondriaan Fund, Pictoright and Creative Industries Fund. Her work includesRead More→
PSJM is an artist duo formed by Cynthia Viera (*1973 Las Palmas/ES) and Pablo San José (*1969 Mieres/ES). They present themselves as an “art brand”, thus appropriating the procedures and strategies of advanced capitalism to subvert their symbolic structures. The brand-team has been included among the 100 most representative artists of International Political Art in “Art & Agenda: Political Art and Activism”, (Berlin: Gestalten, 2011). They have been included too in “Younger than Jesus. Artist Directory. The essential handbook to theRead More→