Radoslav Putar Award

  • 12.06.2015. - 05.07.2015.

    Radoslav Putar Art Award 2015

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established 13 years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia. The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years. The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures. So far, Radoslav Putar award has 11 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002), Nika Radić (2003), Igor Eškinja (2004), Antun Božičević (2005), Tina Gverović (2006), Vedran Perkov (2007), Marko Tadić (2008), Goran Škofić (2009), Davor Sanvinčenti (2010), Marko Marković (2011), Miran Blažek (2012) i Dina Rončević (2013).

    This year's finalists are Vojin Hraste, Bojan Mucko, Lana Stojičević i Dino Zrnec.

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  • 27.06.2014. - 20.07.2014.

    Radoslav Putar Art Award 2014

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established 13 years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia. The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years. The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures. So far, Radoslav Putar award has 11 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002), Nika Radić (2003), Igor Eškinja (2004), Antun Božičević (2005), Tina Gverović (2006), Vedran Perkov (2007), Marko Tadić (2008), Goran Škofić (2009), Davor Sanvinčenti (2010), Marko Marković (2011), Miran Blažek (2012) i Dina Rončević (2013).



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  • 06.06.2013. - 12.07.2013.

    Radoslav Putar Art Award 2013

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established ten years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia. The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years. The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures.

    So far, Radoslav Putar award has 11 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002), Nika Radić (2003), Igor Eškinja (2004), Antun Božičević (2005), Tina Gverović (2006), Vedran Perkov (2007), Marko Tadić (2008), Goran Škofić (2009), Davor Sanvinčenti (2010), Marko Marković (2011) i Miran Blažek (2012).

    This year's finalists are: Mihael Giba, Fokus Grupa (Iva Kovač i Elvis Krstulović), Hana Miletić i Dina Rončević

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  • 10.06.2011. - 17.07.2011.

    Radoslav Putar Award - Final 2011

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established ten years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA SlovakiaThe award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years. The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures...

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  • 02.06.2010. - 04.07.2010.

    Radoslav Putar Award - Final 2010

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established eight years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia.

    The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years.

    The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures.

    Since 2006 Radoslav Putar Award is organised in partnership with Gallery Galženica of Velika Gorica and Gallery Miroslav Kraljević of Zagreb.

    So far, Radoslav Putar award has 8 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002), Nika Radić (2003), Igor Eškinja (2004), Antun Božičević (2005), Tina Gverović (2006), Vedran Perkov (2007), Marko Tadić (2008) and Goran Škofić (2009).

    In 2010 selected Finalists are Tonka Maleković, Livio Rajh, Davor Sanvincenti i Dragana Sapanjoš.

    Jury members of Radoslav Putar Award 2010 are:

    Lorenzo Fusi, Liverpool
    Ivana Meštrov, Zagreb
    Dalibor Prančević, Split
    Sabina Salamon, Labin
    Goran Škofić, Poreč
    Zlatan Vehabović, Zagreb

    The winner is Davor Sanvincenti.

    The Winner will be awarded with 6 weeks residency in new York and a solo exhibition in Miroslav Kraljević Gallery in the spring of the next year.

    Radoslav Putar Award is co-founder and member of YVAA (Young Visual Artists Awards) and Center for Exchange in Visual Arts.

    Links:
    http://www.nagradaputar.scca.hr

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  • 03.06.2009. - 28.06.2009.

    Radoslav Putar Award - Final 2009

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established six years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia.

    The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years.

    The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures. We can hardly imagine today to what extent his work was indeed heroic, and we can positively assert that his contribution to theory and practice provided one of the keystones of contemporary Croatian art and culture.

    Since 2006 Radoslav Putar Award is organised in partnership with Gallery Galženica of Velika Gorica and Gallery Miroslav Kraljević of Zagreb.

    So far, Radoslav Putar award has 7 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002), Nika Radić (2003), Igor Eškinja (2004), Antun Božičević (2005), Tina Gverović (2006), Vedran Perkov (2007) and Marko Tadić (2008).

    In 2009 selected Finalists are Ivan Fijolić, Silvija Potočki Smiljanić, Goran Škofić i Zlatan Vehabović.

    Jury members of Radoslav Putar Award 2009 are:

    Marko Tadić, Radoslav Putar Award Winner 2008.
    Sabina Salamon, City Gallery, Labin
    Marina Viculin, Gallery Klovićevi dvori, Zagreb
    Jadranka Vinterhalter, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb
    Francisca Zolyom, Institut of Contemporary Art, Dunaujvaroš, Mađarska

    The winner is Goran Škofić.

    The Winner will be awarded with 6 weeks residency in new York and a solo exhibition in Miroslav Kraljević Gallery in the spring of the next year.

    Radoslav Putar Award is co-founder and member of YVAA (Young Visual Artists Awards) and Center for Exchange in Visual Arts.

    Links:
    http://www.nagradaputar.scca.hr

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  • 10.06.2008. - 06.07.2008.

    Radoslav Putar Award - Final 2008

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established six years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia.

    The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years.

    The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures. We can hardly imagine today to what extent his work was indeed heroic, and we can positively assert that his contribution to theory and practice provided one of the keystones of contemporary Croatian art and culture.

    Since 2006 Radoslav Putar Award is organised in partnership with Gallery Galženica of Velika Gorica and Gallery Miroslav Kraljević of Zagreb.

    So far, Radoslav Putar award has 5 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002), Nika Radić (2003), Igor Eškinja (2004), Antun Božičević (2005), Tina Gverović (2006) and Vedran Perkov (2007).

    In 2008 selected Finalists are Kristina Lenard, Tanja Perišić, Marko Tadić i Tanja Vujasinović.

    Jury members of Radoslav Putar Award 2008 were:

    Tevž Logar, Galerija ŠKUC, Ljubljana
    Evelina Turković, art critic and editor in Croatian Broadcasting, Zagreb
    Vedran Perkov, Radoslav Putar Award Winner in 2007.
    Marina Viculin, curator, Galerija Klovićevi dvori, Zagreb
    Jadranka Vinterhalter, curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb

    The winner is Marko Tadić ( we remind you that two of finalists - Kristina Lenard and Marko Tadić - were already exhibited in Galerija Galženica in 2007)

    The Winner will be awarded with 6 weeks residency in new York and a solo exhibition in Miroslav Kraljević Gallery in the spring of the next year.

    Radoslav Putar Award is co-founder and member of YVAA (Young Visual Artists Awards) and Center for Exchange in Visual Arts.

    Links:
    http://www.nagradaputar.scca.hr

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  • 05.06.2007. - 01.07.2007.

    Radoslav Putar Award - Final 2007

    Radoslav Putar Award for young visual artists was established six years ago by the Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb with partners The Foundation for a Civil Society, Trust for Mutual Understanding and SCCA Slovakia.

    The award is aimed for young visual artists under 35 years of age whose works are realised in media of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video, new media and performance art. Criteria for the award are innovativeness and quality of art works realised in the course of past two years.

    The Award was named after Radoslav Putar, eminent art historian, critic and curator, who by his effort significantly directed Croatian culture towards the contemporary visual arts language. His work was also significant in its social aspect, because he promoted the ideas of democracy and advocated dialogue, tolerance, freedom of expression and the openness to other cultures. We can hardly imagine today to what extent his work was indeed heroic, and we can positively assert that his contribution to theory and practice provided one of the keystones of contemporary Croatian art and culture.

    Since 2006 Radoslav Putar Award is organised in partnership with Gallery Galženica of Velika Gorica and Gallery Miroslav Kraljević of Zagreb.

    So far, Radoslav Putar award has 5 laureates Tanja Dabo (2002.), Nika Radić (2003.), Igor Eškinja (2004.), Antun Božičević (2005.) and Tina Gverović (2006.)

    In 2007 selected Finalists are Maja Marković, Ines Matijević, Vedran Perkov i Renata Poljak.

    The winner is Vedran Perkov.

    Jury members of Radoslav Putar Award 2007 were:

    Tina Gverović, Radoslav Putar Award Winner 2006
    Jasna Jakšić, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb
    Darka Radosavljević, Remont, Belgrade, Serbia
    Janka Vukmir, Institute for Contemporary Art, Zagreb
    Jerica Ziherl, Rigo Gallery, Novigrad/Cittanova

    The Winner will be awarded with 6 weeks residency in new York and a solo exhibition in Miroslav Kraljević Gallery in the spring of the next year.

    Radoslav Putar Award is co-founder and member of YVAA (Young Visual Artists Awards) and Center for Exchange in Visual Arts.

    Links:
    http://www.nagradaputar.scca.hr

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  • 01.06.2006. - 25.06.2006.

    Nagrada Radoslav Putar - Final 2006



    The Radoslav Putar Award is being held for the fifth year in a row. The award is one of the rare Croatian yearly awards for young artists under the age of 35. The award was established in 2002 by the Institute for Modern Art in Zagreb with their partners in Europe and USA.

    Every year the Award Expert Committee, made up of Croatian and foreign art critics, curators and theoreticians, chooses four finalists among all the entrants. Soon after they have a group exhibition at which the winner of the award is announced. This year’s finalists were: Tina Gverović, Mejra Mujičić, Damir Očko and Lala Raščić.

    Konstantin Akinsha (Artnews, New York), Antun Božičević (artist, lastyear Radoslav Putar Award winner), Antonia Majača (curator, Miroslav Kraljević Gallery, Zagreb), Jerica Ziherl (curator, Rigo Gallery, Novigrad) and Janka Vumir (Institute for Modern Art, Zagreb) sat in the Award Expert Committee.

    Radoslav Putar Award winner for 2006 is Tina Gverović.

    Tina Gverović (1975) graduated from Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 1997. She attended postgraduate studies at the Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht. She has been exhibiting since 1996 and she won several domestic and foreign awards for her works, most notably the 34th Zagreb Salon Award in 2000 (for her project “Between two ends”) and the award of the “English Art Council” for development and research of art in 2002.

    Mejra Mujičić (1973) graduated as a painter from Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts and finished animation workshop organized by Zagreb film and Royal College of Art in London. She exhibitedin eight solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions. She was awarded for her work at the 2ndCroatian Graphics Biennale in Zagreb.

    Damir Očko (1977) graduated from Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 2003. Until now he exhibited in seven solo exhibitions and several group exhibitions. For the last two years he has beenexploring silence and intuitive virtuosity and processes that affect works of art, such as coincidence,improvisation, etc.

    Lala Raščić (1977) graduated from Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 2001 and finished postgraduate studies at Riiksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam in 2004. She exhibited her works at
    several dozen group exhibitions and video festivals. She participated in residency programs, exhibitedat nine solo exhibitions and was awarded several times for her Internet and video works.

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