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15 Programs Supporting Artists Worldwide

June 18th, 2014

Living the #ArtLife can be hard sometimes. Art schools are expensive, supplies are expensive, and the reality is that not every artist will become rich by the age of 26 and spend the rest of their days on Easy Street.

Frieze Scene: Damien Hirst, Billionaire Pinchuk, Saatchi

October 18th, 2013

Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk launched his third $100,000 Future Generation Art Prize (for young talent) at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, the new scene-shaper by Zaha Hadid.

Surviving the Venice Biennale

July 1st, 2013

Where to go — and what to say — when the art world invades Venice

Venice Biennale diary: dancing strippers and inflatable targets

June 19th, 2013

Jeremy Deller throws a raucously drunken party; Marc Quinn's blow-up Alison Lapper is in the critics' crosshairs, while money grows on trees

The People’s Biennale is the best for a decade

June 19th, 2013

Every two years, the art world gathers in Venice to see and be seen. This time, it’s not just the established who get a look-in, says an enthralled Rachel Campbell-Johnston

The Future Generation Art Prize

June 11th, 2013

Location: PinchukArtCentre, Palazzo Contarini Polignac, Dorsoduro 875, Venice, Italy  View Google Map
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Turner Prize shortlist announced

April 30th, 2013

The finalists are Laure Prouvost, Tino Sehgal, David Shrigley and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

2nd FUTURE GENERATION ART PRIZE

March 1st, 2013

The results of the second edition of the Fu­ture Generation Art Prize were made known at the Kiev Planetarium in December 2012

Future Generation Art Prize

January 22nd, 2013

The PinchukArtCenter in Kiev awarded its second Future Genera­tion Prize in early December. Des­pite the cold, there were quite a few visitors, most of them very young. This art center was founded in 2006 by the magnate and former parlia­mentarian Viktor Pinchuk, who consulted with Nicolas Bourriaud at the time. The vegetarian cafe-restaurant designed by France's Philippe Chiambaretta is a local hipster favorite

In Kiev, Award Anxiety

December 13th, 2012

In December, the temperature in Kiev rarely ventures above freezing. It's the sort of cold that numbs your legs and leaves your toes half-frozen. But last Friday outside the Pinchuk Art Centre, a line of 20-somethings, bundled under layers of fur and down, stretched to the block's end

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Wins Future Generation Art Prize

December 12th, 2012

London's Lynette Yiadom-Boakye has been announced as the main prize winner of the Future Generation Art Prize, established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation. An international award for artists under the age of 35, the prize comes with $100,000 ($60,000 in cash and $40,000 toward the production of new work)

Artes visuais Jonathas de Andrade é premiado na Ucrânia

December 11th, 2012

O alagoano radicado no Recife Jonathas de Andrade levou o Prêmio Especial no Future Generation Art Prize, cuja cerimônia de entrega foi sexta (7), em Kiev, na Ucrânia. Ele divide o dinheiro – inicialmente US$ 20 mil, mas que deverá ser aumentado, segundo Victor Pinchuk, fundador da premiação – com mais quatro artistas: Micol Assael (Itália), Ahmet Ögüt (Turquia), Rayyane Tabet e (Líbano), Marwa Arsanios (Líbano)

Art worlds collide at Kiev’s Pinchuk Art Centre

December 10th, 2012

The glossy, blue-chip contemporary art owned by the Ukrainian collector vies with the cerebral, sometimes obscure work produced by the young artists up for the prize that Pinchuk has funded

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Wins Future Generation Art Prize

December 10th, 2012

The Kiev-based Pinchuk Art Centre awarded British painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye $100,000 as the winner of the Future Generation Art Prize at a ceremony last Friday.  Of 21 international finalists Yiadom-Boakye was chosen by a jury including such art-world luminaries as Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Massimiliano Gioni, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, among others

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye wins $100k Future Generation Art Prize

December 10th, 2012

The London-based painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye has won the Future Generation Art Prize, the $100,000 award organised by the Pinchuk Art Centre

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye takes top honors at the Future Generation Art Prize

December 10th, 2012

Last weekend, the PinchukArtCentre announced the winner Future Generation Art Prize, along with a slew of “special” prizes, each boasting a description too long to capitalize (but also a $20,000 artist-in-residency grant.)

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye vince il Future Generation Art Prize

December 10th, 2012

La pittrice britannica Lynette Yiadom-Boakye è la vincitrice del Premio indetto dal Pinchuk Art Center e porterà a casa la somma di 100,000 dollari. L’artista, selezionata tra una rosa di 21 finalisti under 35, è conosciuta per i suoi ritratti di persone di colore. I suoi lavori, creati appositamente per il Pinchuk, saranno esposti a Kiev fino al 6 gennaio 2013

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye received the Main Prize of the Future Generation Art Prize 2012

December 10th, 2012

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, a British artist, is the Main Prize Winner of the second edition of the Future Generation Art Prize. Lynette will receive a 100,000 USD award; 60,000 USD in cash and 40,000 USD to be invested in the production of new work

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Wins Future Generation Art Prize

December 10th, 2012

London's Lynette Yiadom-Boakye has been announced as the main prize winner of the Future Generation Art Prize, established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation. An international award for artists under the age of 35, the prize comes with $100,000 ($60,000 in cash and $40,000 toward the production of new work)

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Wins Future Generation Art Prize December 7th, 2012

December 7th, 2012

At a ceremony held in Kiev, Ukraine, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye was announced winner of the Future Generation Art Prize, funded by Ukrainian collector Viktor Pinchuk’s foundation and worth $100,000. Yiadom-Boakye, born and working in London, was shortlisted for her portrait paintings of mainly black subjects, which through cultural context have taken on a political charge. Her work is urgent, sweeping, and dark. Yiadom-Boakye says each work takes her less than a day to complete, because “it’s about a certain kind of urgency and capturing that time frame.”

Second edition of $100,000 art prize launched online

February 8th, 2012

The second edition of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s Future Generation Art Prize, worth $100,000, was launched this week with a press conference streamed live on The Art Newspaper’s website and moderated by our founding editor Anna Somers Cocks. Applications for the award are now available online at futuregenerationartprize.org until 6 May, with the winner due to be chosen in December.

Venice Biennale 2011

June 17th, 2011

I’ve been lucky to go to Venice many times, and every time it has involved boats. In 1993 the exhibition “Tresor de Voyages” was set in the Armenian Monastery of the island of San Lazzaro

Source of energy

June 17th, 2011

Victor Pinchuk grew up in Soviet-era Ukraine, first in Kiev and then in the eastern town of Dnipropetrovsk, where queues for food and goods were a dreary facet of everyday life

Snapshots of the Biennale: Thoughts on Navigating Between the Politics and the Parties in Venice

June 9th, 2011

The 2011 Venice Biennale started with the Venice equivalent of a transit strike resulting in a nightmarish journey that turned a 30-minute trip into a three-and-one-half-hour ordeal

Abramovich, Pinault Watch as Kapoor Spooks Venice Biennale: Martin Gayford

June 6th, 2011

The 54th is not the best of Venice Biennales, nor the worst. It must be the biggest ever

Modern Medicis flash their cash in Venice as the world of art goes into a new orbit

June 4th, 2011

Tycoons are partying in palazzos to show off their new commodity, writes Ben Hoyle, Arts Correspondent

Museo Fortuny's Eccentric "TRA" Show Sinks While the Future Generation Art Prize Exhibition Soars in Venice

June 4th, 2011

Talk to anyone at the Biennale, and one of the first things you'll hear is a reference to the sheer volume of artwork on display. "I haven't seen that yet," or "I didn't get that far" are common refrains

Arsenale dragon is returning to Africa

June 3rd, 2011

A giant rubber dragon created for the Venice Biennale by the South African artist Nicholas Hlobo has been bought by the German collector Jochen Zeitz, who is chairman and chief executive of the sportswear company Puma

Elton John snaps up a heavyweight work of art in Venice

June 3rd, 2011

British musician and art collector Elton John found time for a spot of shopping yesterday in Venice as he toured a show organised by his friend, the Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk

Venice Biennale: where they sup with the devil

June 3rd, 2011

The Venice Biennale is where you see the artworld for what it is – in all its monstrousness and magnificence

First $100,000 Future Generation Prize Given to Brazilian Artist

December 15th, 2010

Brazilian artist Cinthia Marcelle has been awarded the inaugural $100,000 Future Generation Art Prize.

Kiev art prize makes an impression

December 14th, 2010

The Ukrainian art lover Victor Pinchuk has persuaded some of the world’s biggest names to back the award for best young artist

Cinthia Marcelle Awarded 2010 Future Generation Art Prize

December 13th, 2010

Cinthia Marcelle, a Brazilian artist who makes films, photographs, and installations, is the winner of the first Future Generation Art Prize, Carol Vogel reports for the New York Times.

Brazilian Artist Wins New $100,000 Prize

December 10th, 2010

Cinthia Marcelle, a Brazilian artist who makes films, photographs and installations, is the winner of the first Future Generation Art Prize, it was announced in an award ceremony in Kiev, Ukraine, on Friday.

New Art Prize Nets Winner $100,000 from Billionaire Collector Victor Pinchuk

December 10th, 2010

Exercises in futility seldom have paid off as handsomely as they did Friday for Cinthia Marcelle, a 36-year-old Brazilian conceptual artist who was named the first winner of the Future Generation Art Prize sponsored by Victor Pinchuk, the Ukranian billionaire art collector who’s on the board of L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art.

Cinthia Marcelle (Brazil) is the Main Prize Winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2010

December 10th, 2010

Born in Brazil in 1974, Cinthia Marcelle, a graduated in fine arts from the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, is the Main Prize winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2010.

$100,000 Art Prize

January 19th, 2010

The Future Generation Art Prize, a new $100,000 award for artists younger than 35, created by the Ukrainian billionaire and art collector Victor Pinchuk, has announced the members of the prize’s jury, and many of the names are well traveled on the international art circuit.

Eyes on the Prizes

January 9th, 2010

A decade ago, just a handful of awards conferred prestige on artists: the Turner Prize (for British art), the MacArthur (for creative genius in the U.S.), and the Archibald (for portraiture in Australia)

Payout

December 14th, 2009

There are a number of phrases that are typically used to identify Victor Pinchuk, who flew into town last week to attend a party at the Gramercy Park Hotel.

Viktor Pinchuk's Art Lottery

December 12th, 2009

The inauguration of his $100,000 Viktor Pinchuk Foundation Future Generation Art Prize, a worldwide competition open by online application to any and all artists under 35

New prize honors artists age 35 and under

December 12th, 2009

The Future Generation Art Prize is the creation of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, whose namesake is a Ukrainian billionaire and art collector

Jeff Koons, Others Celebrate Victor Pinchuk’s Future Generation Art Prize

December 9th, 2009

Victor Pinchuk, the richest man in Ukraine, with a fortune of $2.6 billion, held a party at the Gramercy Park Hotel last night to announce his new Future Generation Art Prize, which will be awarded every two years to an artist 35 years-old or younger

Ukrainian collector Pinchuk funds two new art prizes

December 9th, 2009

Ukrainian billionaire, Victor Pinchuk has created a new international contemporary art prize for artists under 35 years old

Billionaire Pinchuk Talks of $100,000 World Art Prize

December 9th, 2009

Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk paused during a walk through New York’s Museum of Modern Art yesterday to talk about his new art prize, which starts next year and awards $100,000 to an artist 35 or younger

New Award Recognizes Artists Under 35

December 8th, 2009

Immediately following the announcement of the Turner Prize winner in London last night, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation has announced plans to start a new $100,000 prize, which will be given every two years to an artist under the age of 35

New Prize to Honor Artists Under 35

December 8th, 2009

A new $100,000 prize for artists under the age of 35 is being announced on Tuesday by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 by its namesake Ukrainian billionaire and art collector