Grants Foundwork Artist Prize: $10,000 Juried Grant with Studio Visits & Interview
International Deadline: September 29, 2023 – The Foundwork Artist Prize is an annual juried award to recognize outstanding practices by contemporary artists working in any media.
The 2023 honoree will receive an unrestricted $10,000 grant and studio visits with each of the distinguished jurors.
In addition, the honoree and three shortlisted artists will be invited for interviews as part of the Foundwork Dialogues program to further public engagement with their practices.
The Prize is open to artists residing anywhere in the world with limited exceptions.
To be considered, artists must maintain a published profile on the Foundwork website, with at least 6 artworks and an artist statement published on their profile page, throughout the selection period: 5:00 pm PT, September 26– 5:00 pm PT, December 31, 2023.
The jury for the 2023 Foundwork Artist Prize includes esteemed curators, gallerists, and artists based in Los Angeles, Medellín, Miami, and New York:
Alex Gartenfeld, Artistic Director, Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) Miami, Miami
- Davida Nemeroff, Founder, Night Gallery, Los Angeles
- Shinique Smith, Multidisciplinary Artist, Los Angeles
- Emiliano Valdés, Chief Curator, Medellín Museum of Modern Art, Medellín
- Nicola Vassell, Founder, Nicola Vassell Gallery, New York
One honoree will receive an unrestricted $10,000 grant and studio visits with each of the distinguished jurors. In addition, the honoree and three shortlisted artists will each be interviewed in the Foundwork Dialogues program to further public engagement with their work.
Foundwork membership costs $4 per month and can be canceled at any time. Artists should see the FAQ and Prize Rules posted on the Foundwork website for instructions, terms and conditions.
If you have further questions, please email email@example.com.
Foundwork is a platform for artists to introduce their work to people across the contemporary art community. Our purpose is to support access and discourse between artists, curators, gallerists, and collaborators, wherever they are based.