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2019 Visible Award

Browse the 2019 Visible Award’s projects

We are extremely happy to inform our publics that all the 67 projects longlisted for the 2019 Visible Award are now accessible on our website. You can browse both the longlist and the shortlist section, get to know the curatorial advisory board and the Lafayette Anticipations, our partner for the 2019 Visible Award.  Visit the 2019 […]

2019 Visible Award

The ten shortlisted projects for the 2019 Visible Award

On Friday 16 November we publicly announced the ten shortlisted projects for the 2019 Visible Award, after two days of intense work with the selection committee at LaFayette Anticipations in Paris. We are extremely happy to share with you the ten shortlisted projects.

2019 Visible Award

The 2019 Visible Award longlisted projects

We are extremely honored to announce the 67 projects nominated by our curatorial advisory board members for the 2019 Visible Award. The nominated projects are: Bisan Abu Eisheh, Re-imagining Palestinian Art Post Oslo-Agreement (Glasgow/London, UK) Maxwell Alexandre, ‘Pardo’ Is Paper (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Maria Thereza Alves, Seeds of Change (Various locations) Ulf Aminde, Monument […]

2019 Visible Award

Visible partners with Lafayette Anticipations for the 2019 Award.

The announcement of the 2019 Visible Award shortlist and the first Visible Public Assembly. On Friday 16 November 2018, 2-5pm, the Visible selection committee composed of art experts will announce up to 10 shortlisted projects, at Lafayette Anticipations, from a long list of 67 projects nominated by an international curatorial advisory board. The announcement will […]

2019 Visible Award

Get to know our 2019 Visible Award Curatorial Advisory Board

The curatorial advisors for the 2019 Visible Award are: Sepake Angiama, Ato Annan, Aimar Arriola, María Berríos, Brigada Puerta de Tierra (Jesus Bubu Negron & Luis Agosto Leduc), Clare Butcher, Aaron Cezar, Ekaterina Degot, Claire Doherty, Reem Fadda, Cédric Fauq, Alessandra Pomarico, Helena Producciones, Karrabing Film Collective, Christina Li, Pei-Yi Lu, Wietske Maas, Magdalena Malm, Florian Malzacher, Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi, Ahmet Öğüt, Paul O’Neill, Thiago de Paula Souza, Emily Pethick, Marina Reyes Franco, Alessandra Saviotti, Shela Sheikh (United Kingdom), Bonaventure Soh Bejeng […]

Events

Visible collaborations on “Commonism” book and The Swamp Pavilion in Venice

Visible’s Matteo Lucchetti and Judith Wielander hosted a Visible presentation and workshop around the format of the jury as a temporary parliament for the Swamp Pavilion, invited by Nico Dockx and Pascal Gielen in the context of the “Commonism” session, third and last of the program. Curated by artists Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas and commissioned by Pippo Ciorra, the Swamp School highlights the vital urgency of […]

2017 Visible Award

2017 Visible Award: the shortlisted projects

We are really glad to announce the nine projects that have been shortlisted for the 2017 Visible Award from a list of 60, nominated by the 2017 Visible advisory board. The projects are: The School of Engaged Art, by Chto Delat (Saint Petersburg, Russia) proposed by Martina Angelotti Brigada Puerta de Tierra, by Jesús ‘Bubu’ […]

2017 Visible Award

2017 Visible Award at the Queens Museum, New York on December 2

On December 2, 2017 Queens Museum will host a day-long public jury that will bring together artists, experts, members of the general public, and users of socially engaged art to assess the merits of nine shortlisted artistic projects and determine the winner of the €25,000 award For the first time in its history, the Visible […]

2017 Visible Award

“Organizing New Forms of Collectivity” a conversation between Chto Delat and Martina Angelotti on School of Engaged Art

School of Engaged Art is inspired by a Brechtian perspective on the educational model as a practice to organize new forms of collectivity. It is thought as a privileged space where the dialectic between teaching and learning is a constant negotiation based on mutual trust and delight. Chto Delat (Dmitry Vilensky, Olga Tsaplya Egorova, Nina Gasteva […]

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