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10 December 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

Source: e-flux
10 December 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)

Author: Megan Okrand
Source: Art in America
7 December 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.”

27 July 2012
Author: Айтен Юран
Source: «Эксперт»
10 July 2012

The ARTnews 200 list––which includes notable names in fashion, entertainment, finance, technology, media, and real estate––is compiled byARTnews correspondents in 22 countries who interviewed collectors, dealers, auctioneers, museum directors, curators and consultants. It appears in the magazine’s Summer issue, on newsstands July 10

Source: ARTdaily
21 June 2012

AFTER seven decades of Soviet dominance, Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, has emerged as one of Europe’s most vibrant 21st-century cities. With a thriving contemporary art scene, a new generation of chefs taking innovative approaches to Ukrainian cuisine, and a delirious dance-til-dawn night life, Kiev — currently a co-host of the 2012 European Soccer Championship — is a weekend magnet for European and Russian fashionistas

Author: Finn Olaf-Jones
Source: The New York Times
8 June 2012

The PinchukArtCentre is one of the most astonishing exhibition centers of Kiev. A project of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, the PinchukArtCentre was inaugurated in 2006 as the first Ukrainian contemporary art center and one of the largest of Eastern Europe. Its chief mission is to modernize the Ukrainian art sector and foster a new generation of creatives. It also aims to bring closer the Eastern and Western cultures, as illustrated by its 2007 GENERATIONS

Author: Diaby Kamara
6 June 2012
Author: Ольга Кабанова
Source: Ведомости
25 May 2012

Never on the map of the contemporary art world, Ukraine is experiencing an unusually high level of activity in this realm with a new solo exhibition by British sculptor Anish Kapoor, the first international Bienalle of Contemporary Arts in Kiev and the emergence of the Future Generation Art Prize

Author: Katya Soldak
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