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  • 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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  • 05.06.2012. - 06.07.2012.

    Radoslav Putar Award - Final 2012

    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...

    So far, Radoslav Putar award has 10 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) i Marko Marković (2011).

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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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