Artprize 2013

THE NOT YET

CURATOR – Paul Amenta

ARTISTS

ACK!

Carlos Bunga

Dance in the Annex (DITA)

Displace

Stephen Hendee

KCAD FlexLab

Arthur Liou

Melanie Manos

Matthias Neumann

Maureen Nollette

Natalia Roumelioti

Julie Schenkelberg

SCHAUM/SHIEH

SiTE:LAB + Citizenshirt + Not Design

Mark Dean Veca

Graem Whyte

54Jeff Ideas Competition
http://54jeff.org/

SPONSOR
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Bissell

HOURS
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Monday – Thursday 12:00PM – 8:00PM
Friday & Saturday 12:00PM – 10:00PM
Sunday 12:00PM – 6:00PM

VENUE PROFILE
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http://www.artprize.org/sitelab-54-jefferson

54 Jefferson, home to the Grand Rapids Public Museum from 1940 to 1994, is being repurposed as an ArtPrize venue by SiTE:LAB, winner of the juried award for outstanding venue the last two years. Vacant since the museum moved to the Van Andel Museum Center, 54 Jefferson was left largely intact. Extant dioramas, showcases and exhibits will provide a unique environment for an exhibition of site-specific work selected by SiTE:LAB curator Paul Amenta. SiTE:LAB is a Grand Rapids-based non-profit that organizes art exhibits in temporary locations. 54 Jefferson is being made available to SiTE:LAB through the generosity of the Grand Rapids Public Museum and the City of Grand Rapids.

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SiTE:LAB @ ArtPrize 2012

” SiTE:LAB in that old museum thing, that’s as good as Munster, or Documenta, or any place in America. If those guys could keep this place open twice a year it would be one of the great spots.”
— Jerry Saltz, Senior Art Critic, New York Magazine
http://www.artprize.org/film

“Derelict & shuttered 1938 natural history museum in Grand Rapids. Best location for an art show that I have
E V E R seen in this country. More to follow soon …”
— Jerry Saltz

“If I were a person with money, or a city with funds, or an Arts Agency I would do anything I could to make sure that a way could be found for SiTElab to stay open IN THIS SPACE; and to begin mounting two or three shows a year there. It is the BEST SPACE for artist-curated exhibitions I have seen in the United States for some time.”
— Jerry Saltz

“In short, @SiTE_LAB was the big ArtPrize winner of the night. Follow @paulamenta. Whatever he does next merits our attention.”
— Tyler Green

Venue Award: SiTE:LAB
Juror: Tom Eccles, Director the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College
Prize: $20,000
http://vimeo.com/51008975

Juried Grand Prize Award: Design 99
Jurors:
Jerry Saltz, Senior Art Critic, New York Magazine
Tom Eccles, Director the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College
Theaster Gates, Artist
Prize: $100,000
http://vimeo.com/51008977#

Two-Dimensional Award: Alois Kronschlaeger
Juror: Tyler Green, editor of Modern Art Notes and columnist for Modern Painters
Prize: $20,000
http://vimeo.com/50943440

Performance/Time based Award: Complex Movements
Juror: Cathy Edwards, Director of Performance Programs, the International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Prize: $20,000
http://vimeo.com/51008979

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SiTE:LAB @ ArtPrize 2011

In 2011, SiTE:LAB partnered with the University of Michigan School of Art & Design on an ArtPrize venue in the old Junior Achievement Building at Division and Fulton.

Venue Award: SiTE:LAB
Juror: Reed Kroloff, Executive Director, Cranbrook Academy
http://vimeo.com/30249368

International Award: Shinji Turner-Yamamoto
Juror: Nuit Banai, Art Historian and Critic, Tufts University
http://vimeo.com/30249910

SiTE:LAB catalog: http://www.site-lab.org/SiTELAB_catalog_artprize_11.pdf