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The ArtSlant Prize: Where Are They Now?
Halfway through the 5th round of the 2013 ArtSlant Prize, we thought it would be a good idea to take a look back and see where previous ArtSlant Prize winners are in their careers. Wow! What a group! Biennales, Public and Private Collections, new galleries and more prizes! This group is getting at it! Many thanks to these great artists who have stuck with us over the years. We are very excited to hear of all the great things they are up to!

ArtSlant Prize 2009

Michael Zelehoski

In 2013, Michael was officially picked up by renowned gallerist, Ethan Cohen and chosen to exhibit at Volta. This was preceded by taking part in a group show at Cohen's New York gallery entitled Sharper Image and a spate of exhibitions in 2012 including; SCOPE Miami, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island Museum, DODGE Gallery, Jen Bekman, Sanford Smith Fine Art, and at (e)merge for Ethan Cohen Fine Arts.

Image at left: Installation view, Volta NY: Dimensions Variable


Yo Fukui

In 2012, Yo Fukui curated a group show called "Defeat the Future" at CAC
Gallery
in Las Vegas. It was chosen the Best of 2012 Art Exhibition by Las Vegas Weekly.

After the show Fukui's piece "Fence" was acquired by the collection of the Barrick Museum, Las Vegas.

Image at left: Untitled, 2012. 21x16, mixed media.

ArtSlant Prize 2010

Chantel Foretich

"So much has happened since my wonderful ArtSlant prize in 2010, and, I have to say nothing yet has topped showing in the AQUA fair in Miami!"

Last summer Chantel Foretich opened QF – Quattlebaum Foretich Gallery in East Hampton, a curatorial project space in the bottom fourth of a traditional East Hampton home built in 1905.

In the past fall, Chantel built an installation as part of Peekskill Project - a shrunken version of Peekskill, which was displayed in a dark warehouse. And she is looking forward to building a piece referencing The Heart is a Lonely Hunter for Residency Unlimited's benefit this summer.

Image at left: Sketch for The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, 2013.


Robert Minervini

Robert Minervini has appeared in a number of solo exhibitions in galleries in California and his work is now in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego. His current solo exhibition, After Glow: As the Wick Burns, is now on view at Electric Works in San Francisco. His next solo is forthcoming at Marine Contemporary in Venice, CA.

In 2011, Robert was included in the prestigious Bay Area Now 6, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

In 2013 he was artist in residence at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts as well as at The Headlands Center, where he was a finalist for the Tournesol Award.

Image at left: As the Wick Burns (still life with endangered California flora and fauna), 2013. Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 72"

ArtSlant Prize 2011

Holly Murkerson

Holly Murkerson's recent exhibitions include Make Space at MDW Fair in Chicago; Sea Change at Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago; Mémoire Involontaire at the Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York; and the 21st Evanston and Vicinity Biennial, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, IL.

Holly also co-directs ADDS DONNA, an artist-run institution in Chicago that features a gallery program focused on exhibiting emerging and mid-career practitioners.

Image at left: Nearly Lovers (Two Views of the Blue Ridge Mountains), 2012. Archival Inkjet Print



Christine de la Garenne

Christine de la Garenne's work was curated into the 2011 54th Venice Biennale, in the Latin American Pavillon, as well as the VII SIART International Biennale, La Carta Da Jamaica, MUSEF. She has exhibited at the 267 Quartiere für zeitgenössische Kunst und Fotografie Braunschweig; the Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin; Museo Nacional in La Paz, Bolivia; Museo Raúl Anguiano in Guadalajara, Mexico; JAUS Art Space, Los Angeles; Jens Fehring Gallery, Frankfurt am Main; and many others.


In 2011-2012 she was the recipient of BS- PROJECTS, a stipend of Federal State of Lower Saxony and HBK Braunschweig.

More info: www.christinedelagarenne.de

Image at left: Gebrochene Lichter, 2013. Three channel video installation

ArtSlant Prize 2012

Veronica Bruce

Since Veronica Bruce won the ArtSlant Prize in December 2012, she has been awarded an artist residency at the Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts, Nida, Lithuania.

Image at left: Detail of ongoing sculptural piece of sewn triangular cloth with paint, created while in residency at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts, May 2013. Veronica Bruce ©


Steven Vasquez Lopez

Steven Vasquez Lopez received the 2013 ArtSpan Juried Selection Prize in San Francisco, which included exhibition at ArtPadSF Art Fair at the Phoenix Hotel. His new work will be on view in the Summer Group show, Future Tense at CES Contemporary in Laguna Beach, CA.

Image at left: Some Strings Attached 012, 2013. Ink on Paper 8" x 10"


Timothy Gaewsky

Since the ArtSlant Prize exhibition at Aqua in Miami, Timothy Gaewsky has shown his work in a solo exhibition, Chasing Rainbows, at Launch Pad Gallery in Toledo, OH; as well as in group exhibitions: Circus, curated by Erin Garber-Pearson and Joe Levickas, at Gallery Project in Ann Arbor, MI; and ARText, at Launch Pad Gallery.

Image at left: The Risk of Fire, 2013. sintra, latex paint, unscratched lottery tickets, wood. 34" x 40" x 3"



Posted by Natalie Hegert on 6/5/13






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