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21st June 2017

PinchukArtCentre prolongs application process for the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2018 till July 28

The PinchukArtCentre prolongs till July 28 application procedure for the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2018, the first privately funded nationwide award in contemporary art for young Ukrainian artists up to 35.

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PinchukArtCentre Prize 2011

Winners

  • Main Prize: Mykyta Kadan (Kyiv)
  • Special Prizes: Zhanna Kadyrova (Kyiv), Serhiy Radkevych (Lutsk)
  • Public Choice Prize: Mykyta Shalennyi (Dnipropetrovsk)

Nominees

Andriy Halashyn

Ternopil, 32

Born on December 1, 1979, in Ternopil. Graduated from Ivan Trush College of Arts and Crafts in Lviv and Lviv Academy of Arts. Since 2001 resides in Costa Rica, Central America. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – Collection Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts Gallery”, Miami, USA;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2008 – “Aleman&Grinberg”, Gallery Arteconsult, Panama, Panama;
2007 – “War Fashion”, Arte 99 Gallery, San Jose, Costa Rica;
2003 – “Kniazna Filosophy”, Hossli Jewelers, San Jose, Costa Rica;
2001 – “Primeros Momentos”, Gallery Anna Marten, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Daniil Galkin

Dnipropetrovsk, 26

Born on July 30, 1985, in Dnipropetrovsk. He studied at the Dnipropetrovsk Theatre College. In 2009 begins work on pilot project as part of the art group "2222", which consists of alter-personalities of a single author (himself). He lives in Dnipropetrovsk.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – Participant of the Landart Festival “Khortytsia-Vyrva”, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine;
2010 – Participant of the Week of Contemporary Art, Lviv, Ukraine;
2009 – “Submersion into black and white space”, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2008 – Participant of the Landart Festival “Khortytsia – Three masts or the sun rises 2 minutes earlier”, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine;
2007 – “Submersion into summer” Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2007 – “Variety show” Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.

Hamlet Zinkovskyi

Kharkiv, 25

Born on August 11, 1986, in Kharkiv. Education: Kharkiv Art College, Kharkiv Academy of Design and Arts. Resides in Kharkiv. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – “ЯКЩО/ЕСЛИ/IF”, Museum PERMM, Perm, Russia;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2008 – “Bob Fest”, Kharkiv, Ukraine;
2008 – “Moloda Sztuka Charkowa”, Salon Posnania, Poznan, Poland;
2008 – “GogolFEST”, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2007 – “ХДАДМ-МЖ” (Studio of V. Gontarova), gallery “AVEC”, Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Dobrynia Ivanov

Kyiv, 24

Born on December 8, 1987, in Kyiv. He studied in Oleksandr Babak's studio. Since 2009 he is a member of Genofond program (YA Gallery). He is a painter, author of objects and installations. Lives and works in Kyiv.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “Space Odissey”, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2011 – Genofond Pinakothek, Titanikas Exhibition Halls, Vilnius Academy of Arts;
2010 – “School of Painting”, YA Gallery art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “Entrance Exit”, YA Gallery art centre, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2010 – “Mono”, Lenin Gallery, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine;
2010 – “Генофондlovekiev”, Kyiv City Gallery “Lavra”, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “Fence”, part of GogolFEST, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Mykyta Kadan

Kyiv, 29

The Winner of the Main Prize

Born on November 26, 1982, in Kyiv. In 2007 graduated from the National Academy of Art and Architecture in Kyiv. He studied at the studio of Professor M.A. Storozhenko. Since 2004 is a member of artistic groups R.E.P. Since 2008 he is a member of curatorial association Hudrada. Painter, graphic artist, author of objects and installations, works in the urban public environment. Co-curator (within R.E.P. and Hudrada) of exhibitions. He lives in Kyiv. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “Between ideology and identity”, Labor projectspace, Budapest, Hungary;
2010 – “ЯКЩО/ЕСЛИ/IF”, Museum PERMM, Perm, Russia;
2010 – “SUPERMARKET 2010 - the artist-run art fair”, Stockholm, Sweden;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “No more reality”, Depo Contemporary Art Centre, Istanbul, Turkey;
2008 – “New Ukrainian painting”, exhibition organized by Marat Guelman Gallery at the White Box gallery, New York;
2008 – “Fresh blood” Volker Deihl+Gallery One, Moscow;
2008 – “Alphabetical order”, Index Contemporary Art Centre, Stockholm.

Zhanna Kadyrova

Kyiv, 30

The Winner of the First Special Prize

Born on July 7, 1981 in Brovary, Kyiv region. Graduated from Taras Shevchenko State Art School. Works in various media: photo, video, painting, drawing and sculpture. Presently creates sculptural objects with glazed tiles. She is a member of the R.E.P. art group and Penoplast musical performance group. Resides in Kyiv. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – Ukrainian Art Platform at ART Paris, France;
2010 – Art-Kyiv Contemporary 2010, special project, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “Calculation” Рор-up-project, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “No more Reality crowd and performance” Depo Contemporary Art Centre, Istanbul, Turkey;
2008 – “No more reality”, De Appel Art Centre, Amsterdam, Holland;
2008 – “Supermarket”, Stockholm, Sweden.

Taras Kamennoy

Kharkiv, 26

Born on October 8, 1985 in Kharkiv. Graduated from Kharkiv State Art School and the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. Resides in the village of Vysoky, Kharkiv region.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – Participation in the charity action “Prosto. Art” to support the Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art;
2010 – “Chornobyl Iconostasis”, Perm Graphics Biennale “Boomerang”, PERMM, Russia;
2010 – “Those who came in 2000’s”, М-17 art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “Rubber day”, PLevis Robanson, France;
2010 – “Demobee’s album”, Winzavod, FOTO-LOFT gallery, Moscow Photo Biennale, Russia;
2008 – “Lables for matchboxes”, “Ukrainain Spring” Festival, Poznan, Poland;
2008 – “Raising of unofficial to official ” Kharkiv Art Museum;
2008 – “Insanity in scheme” NOFA Gallery, Wels, Austria.

Alina Kleitman

Kharkiv, 20

Born August 5, 1991 in Kharkiv. Studied at the studios of sculptors Jeanette Solovieva, Oleksandr Ridnyi, studios of graphics artist and painter Vitaly Kulikov, sculptor and graphics artist Vladimir Kochmar. In 2009 joined the Kharkiv State Academy of Arts and Design. In 2010 gallery-laboratory «y rozu» was opened. Resides in Kharkiv.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “ARTPEREMENA” Kharkiv Art Museum, Kharkiv, Ukraine;
2011 – “Yin”, М17 art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2011 – “Transformations of Menstruation”- together with Illia Prunenko, Kharkiv Municipal Art Gallery;
2010 – “Those who came in 2000’s”, М-17 art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “VIDEONIGHT”, Ya Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – Nomination “Bratkov’s Choice” and runner-up at the biennale «NON STOP MEDIA 5», Kharkiv Municipal Art Gallery;
2009 – Winner of the sculpture innovations competition, Union of Artists, Kharkiv.

Volodymyr Kuznetsov

Kyiv, 35

Born on September 18, 1976 in Lutsk. Graduated from the Academy of Arts, Department of Textile Art. Lives and works in Kyiv.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – “Those who came in 2000’s”, М-17 art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “Minimal differences”, White box, New York, USA;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “No More Reality [Crowd and Performance]”, together with R.E.P. group, Depo Contemporary Art Centre, Istanbul, Turkey;
2008 – “Alphabetic Oder”, together with R.E.P. group, Index Contemporary Art Centre, Stockholm, Sweden;
2007 – “Generations.UsA”, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2006 – “Postorange, tendencies in contemporary Ukrainian art”, together with R.E.P. group, Kunsthalle, art space Karlsplatz, Vienna, Austria.

Lada Nakonechna

Kyiv, 30

Born on March 19, 1981 in Dnipropetrovsk. Graduated from the National Academy of Fine Art and Architecture. In her works she uses graphic techniques, video and installation. Member of the R.E.P. and Hudrada. Resides and works in Kyiv. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – «2 stories – 3 worlds» (solo exhibition with Ivan Bazak), Stiftung BINZ39, Zurich, Switzerland;
2010 – “Minimal differences”, White box, New York, USA;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2008 – “It has been already said”, KyivFineArt Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2007 – “Outside” Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2007 – “Progressive nostalgia”, Luigi Pecci Contemporary Art Centre, Prato, Italy, together with R.E.P;
2006 – “Intervention”, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland, together with R.E.P. group.

Serhiy Petlyuk

Lviv, 30

Born on March 8, 1981 in Ivano-Frankivsk. Graduated from Precarpathian Vasyl Stefanyk university (Ivano-Frankivsk) and Lviv National Academy of Arts. In 2009 and 2011 became winner of a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture Poland Gaude Polonia. Works in various media: installation, video installation, new media, painting. He is one of the organizers and participants of the art formation KOMA. Lives in Lviv.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – 14 Media Art Biennale, «WRO 2011. Alternative now», Wroclaw, Poland;
2010 – “Week of Contemporary art in Lviv”, Ukraine;
2010 – “Those who came in 2000’s”, М-17 art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “TRANSFORMATOR”, Media Art Festival, Lviv, Ukraine;
2008 – “Non-stop media”, Youth Projects Festival, Kharkiv, Ukraine;
2007 – “EXCHANGE”, interactive project, Dzyga Gallery, Lviv, Ukraine.

Serhiy Radkevych

Lutsk, 24

The Winner of the Second Special Prize

Born on November 1, 1987 in Lutsk. Graduated from Lviv National Academy of Arts, Department of Painting. Was part of the team creating a mosaic mural at the Church of Nativity in Lviv. Has been engaged in Street Art for more than seven years. Resides in Lutsk.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – PARK IN (installation “Shadow 1”; “Shadow 2”); 2010 – FORTMISIA (‘streetart’ paintings “Relic”); 2010 – Project “Model” (stage design installation for drama “Bacchae” by Euripides); 2010 – BLACK CIRKLE FESTIVAL (organizer and participant of the street art festival in the town of Poninka); 2007 – Art Rout.

Mykola Ridnyi

Kharkiv, 26

Born on April 25, 1985 in Kharkiv. Graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. Works individually and as a member of SOSka group. He lives in Odessa. Nominated for PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009 as part of SOSka.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “Documents”, Small Gallery, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv;
2010 – “TEST”, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe;
2010 – “Post-Gogol: The Silent Absence of the Body”, Slag Gallery, New York;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “City of Winners”, Regina Gallery, Moscow;
2009 – “Grabbing at straws”, Studio Guenzani, Milan;
2007 – “Generations UsA”, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2006 – “Videoabend”, Stadtpark gallery, Krems.

Stepan Riabchenko

Odessa, 24

Born on October 17, 1987 in Odesa. Architect, media artist, graphic artist and installations author. In his work he uses modern computer technology. In 2005 he joined Odesa State Academy of Construction and Architecture. 2010 - Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. Winner of the First Ukrainian Triennial of abstract art "ART-ACT." Lives and works in Odessa.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “Space Odissey”, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “TOP-10 contemporary artists of Odesa” Hudpromo, Odesa, Ukraine;
2010 – “Those who came in 2000’s”, М-17 art centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “Abstract Vision Test”, Ya Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “FINE ART UKRAINE”, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – “Art Kyiv contemporary”, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 –“KunStart” Contemporary Art Festival, Bolzano, Italy.

Ivan Svitlychnyi

Kharkiv, 22

Born on December 16, 1988 in Kharkiv. 2005-2006 - studied in studios of V. Kochmar, V. Shaposhnikov, V. Kulikov, G. Ivanova. Currently studies at Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. In 2009, collaborated with V. Kokhan. Since then the following projects has been created "Moulds and sweets," "Documentation", "Crumpled sketches," "Lamps" and etc. He is a founder and curator of art selforganization "01011101". Resides in Kharkiv.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – launch of “Heating Season” project, «ТЕЦ» art centre, Kharkiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “First project 01011101”, Creative Exposition Centre (as part of selforganization “01011101”) Kharkiv, Ukraine;
2009 – Solo project “Stool, or Stool”, Kharkiv State Gallery, Ukraine;
2009 – Solo project “Factory premises”, Kharkiv House of Artists (as part of project series “You’ve got a text message” by different authors). Received an award “For sculpture innovations”.

Olesia Khomenko

Kyiv, 31

Born on November 26, 1980 in Kyiv. She graduated from the National Academy of Art and Architecture of Ukraine. She is a co-founder and member of R.E.P. group and curatorial group "Hudrada." Artistic strategies: the post-Soviet experience (in particular the problems of traditional academic art education today), a combination of aesthetic and political, issues of human relationship with space and etc. Resides in Kiev. Nominated for the PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – “Minimal Differences”, White Box, New York;
2010 – “ЯКЩО/ЕСЛИ/IF”, Museum PERMM, Perm, Russia;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;;
2008 – “For Good and Evil”, gallery Karas, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2007 – “Generation.UsA”, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2007 – “Progressive nostalgia” (as part of R.E.P group), Luigi Pecci Contemporary Art Centre, Prato, Italy;
2006 – “Private with Public”, (as part of residence program) Foundation Center for Contemporary Art at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Mykyta Shalennyi

Dnipropetrovsk, 29

The Winner of the Public Choice Prize

Born on April 18, 1982 in Dnipropetrovsk. Graduated from the Prydniprovska State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Department of Architecture. He took part in a number of architectural competitions and art exhibitions at the Academy. Worked as a lecturer of the Academy and as an architect. Resides in Dnepropetrovsk.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “Loneliness”, “KVARTIRA” art centre, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2006 – “With eyes wide open…”, CITY–ART contemporary art centre , Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.

Masha Shubina

Kyiv, 32

Born on November 20, 1979 in the USSR. Graduated from the National Academy of Architecture and Arts and Moscow Institute of Architecture and Art. Resides in Kyiv. Main direction: painting. Winner of a special PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2009.

Selected exhibitions:
2010 – “The face of surface”, Bereznitsky gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2009 – Exhibition of the shortlisted PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009 nominees, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2008 – “SHOW OFF”, Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France;
2007 – “Generation UsA”, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2005 – “South Wing”, Bithanien Kunsthaus, Berlin, Germany;
2005 – Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Gender Troubles, Moscow, Russia.

Natasha Shulte

Odessa, 36

Born on September 27, 1975 in Odesa. She graduated from Economic University as marketing consultant, studied photography at the Photography School in Paris. PX3 2011 Priix de la Photographie Paris winner. She has been selected by International Photography Awards as the Editorial Photographer of the year 2011. She lives in Odesa.

Website: natashashulte.com

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – “A line”, Gardens of Victory Gallery, Odesa, Ukraine;
2011 – “Those who are next to us”, “A line”, Visual culture centre, Kyiv, Ukraine;
2010 – “Those who are next to us”, “SOPHOT”, Paris;
2010 – “Those who are next to us”, Gardens of Victory Gallery, Odesa, Ukraine.

Salmanov-Kornienko group (Oleksiy Salmanov; Dmytro Kornienko)

Oleksiy Salmanov

Kyiv, 35

Born in 1976 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Graduated from the International Solomon Institute. The winner of Special Prize of PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009. He lives in Kyiv. Engaged in photography.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – Supermarket, Stockholm, Sweden;
2010 – Videozone V: The 5th International Video Art Biennial in Israel, Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv;
2009 – Exhibition of the nominees for the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2009;
2009 – “The fall of the wall”, Artnext gallery, New York, USA;

Dmytro Kornienko

Kyiv, 28

Born on April 7, 1983 in Kyiv. Graduated from Kiev National University of Culture and Arts. He lives and works in Kyiv.

Selected exhibitions:
2011 – «Pantry», Karas gallery, Kyiv;
2011 – “Space Odissey”, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv;
2010 – “Fragments”, Gallery on Institutskaya, Kyiv;
2010 – “Those who came in 2000’s”, М-17 art centre, Kyiv;
2009 – “Out of the system”, gallery of the Modern Art Research Institute, Kyiv;
2008 – “Second life”, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv;
2007 – “3in1”, gallery “Tsekh”, Kyiv;
2007 – “Happy 8th of March?”, KYIV FINE ART, Kyiv.


International Jury

  • Kate Bush - Head of Art Galleries Barbican (United Kingdom)
  • Marc-Olivier Wahler - Director of Palais de Tokyo (France)
  • Ekaterina Degot - Professor at Moscow Alexander Rodchenko school of photography and new media (Russia)
  • Olafur Eliasson - Artist (Denmark)
  • Pavlo Makov - Artist (Ukraine)
  • Hans-Ulrich Obrist - Co-director Serpentine Gallery (United Kingdom)
  • Eckhard Schneider - General Director PinchukArtCentre (Ukraine)

Selection Committee

  • Bjorn Geldhof - PinchukArtCentre art manager
  • Maria Khrushchak - Art critic and chief editor of "Ukrainian Culture"
  • Pavlo Makov - Artist
  • Eckhard Schneider - General Director PinchukArtCentre (Ukraine)
  • Viktor Sidorenko - Artist, Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art

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All art works had been submitted during three months long application period and were accepted strictly on-line via respective website.

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