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Thank you for your interest in Erarta Prize! We will happily provide any additional information, answer your questions, and introduce the project in more detail.

 

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10 January 2022

Erarta Museum Announces the 2023 Erarta Prize Longlist

On 31 August, Erarta Museum inaugurated the first ever contemporary art Prize to be judged by the viewers. Having reviewed all entries for the Prize, the museum is ready to announce its longlist. It comprises 61 artists whose works will be displayed at the special exhibition organised to determine the winners through a public vote.

The exhibition will run from 9 February through 11 June 2023 in Erarta’s main exhibition space and will feature paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, video and multimedia art, installations, as well as other contemporary art media. The total prize value of 3.2 million rubles will be distributed between ten artists (2.5 million rubles) and the viewers (700,000 rubles).

 

Erarta Prize nominees:

Vladimir Abikh Dinara Hörtnagl Natalya Merkulyeva
Alexey Andreyev Victoria Ivanova Igor Mikhailenko
Alexey Apish Aydar Ishemgulov Olga Pavlova
Rinat Akhmetov Galina Kazarinova Andrey Sikorsky
Stas Bags Katarina Kano Sergey Sekirin
Olga Batyrshina Olesya Kot Maria Suvorova
Maria Bogoraz Anastasia Kuznetsova-Ruf Rustam Syunyakov
Anton Bratykin Nadezhda Kosinskaya Andrey Shatilov
Aristarkh Chernyshyov Alexander Koryashkin Yulia Sopina
Evgenia Davletshina Vadim Komissarov Nino Samadashvili
DASHA ART Yustina Komissarova Tamerlane Tles
Ksenia Efimova Yaroslava Komissarova Dmitry Trubin
Nikolai Endegor Sergey Karev Natalya Veneva
Nikita Evdokimov Dmitry Kawarga Alexey Vorobyov
Oleg Echo Alexey Kessel Timofey Volkov
Vyacheslav Ereschuk Nikita Kulnev Semyon Zhokhov
Georgy Frangulyan Dmitry Kaminker Alexander Zhernoklyuyev
Antonina Fathullina Dmitry Loktionov Dmitry Zhukov
Alexander Grigoryev Vilgeniy Melnikov Evgeniy Zaremba
Vadim Grigoryev-Bashun Eduard Mkhoyan  
Elena Grishayeva
(Dj Le Nochka)
Olga Muravina  

 

The winners will be determined by two rounds of viewer voting: on 10 April, 10 artworks will be shortlisted based on the outcome of the viewers’ secret ballot vote, while on the show’s closing date the results of the viewers’ open public vote will be announced. The 2.5 million rubles of prize money will be distributed among the creators of the top 10 artworks in proportion to the number of viewer votes received. Every viewer shall have one vote for each round. The 700,000 rubles worth of prize money will be distributed among the viewers deemed by Erarta to be the most committed to and creative in supporting their favourite artworks.

Below are some downloadable files:

 


 

31 August 2022

Erarta Museum Inaugurates an Annual Contemporary Art Prize

The total prize value of 3.2 million rubles will be divided between artists and viewers. For the first time in history, the prize will be awarded through a public vote rather than by a closed board of experts.

Any artists (or artist collectives) are welcome to compete for the Prize, regardless of their actual artistic background. The choice of media is also unrestricted: artworks of any genre or form of contemporary art (paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, installation and video art, etc.) can be submitted. The artist submissions deadline is 1 November 2022. Entries can be submitted through the online form at prize.erarta.com.

From 9 February through 11 June 2023, Erarta’s main exhibition space will showcase the artworks selected by the museum. Following two rounds of public voting, the 2.5 million rubles of prize money will be distributed among the creators of the top 10 artworks in proportion to the number of viewer votes received. The 700,000 rubles worth of prize money will be distributed among the viewers deemed by Erarta to be the most committed to and creative in supporting their favourite artworks.

 

Below are some downloadable files: