Two Britons make seven-strong Artes Mundi shortlist

Seven artists from around the world have been put on the shortlist for the seventh edition of one of the UK’s most important contemporary art prizes.
The Artes Mundi prize is given every two years in Cardiff and was won earlier this year by the influential American artist Theaster Gates. The prize, first awarded in 2002, rewards artists from any country whose work “engages with social reality and lived experience”.
The next £40,000 winner will be announced in January 2017, chosen from the seven-strong shortlist of John Akomfrah, Neïl Beloufa, Lamia Joreige, Nástio Mosquito, Hito Steyerl,... read more

 
17 September 2015 in Art & Culture, Views: 34
Source: Guardian
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