Today Art Museum Bejing

Exhibition :

Plastic Reflectic is exhibited at the Todays Art Museum in Beijing.

Where:  Today art museum , Bejing , China
When: From 24-11-2017 till 07-01-2018
URL: http://www.todayartmuseum.com/enexhdetails.aspx?type=upcomingexh&id=725

 

来自英国的Lumen Prize for Digital Art “流明数码艺术 大奖”,由众多艺术界知名人士组成,每年在全球各 地征集经由电子数码设备所创作而成的艺术作品,并 通过专业的评审团选出一定数量的每年的优秀作品, 进行全球巡回展览。

2012年以来,“流明数码艺术大奖”已在纽约、伦敦、 雅典、阿姆斯特丹、香港、上海等十余个城市举办逾

20场展览。通过学术合作,“流明数码艺术大奖”在 每场展览举办期间,亦组织了多场研讨会,艺术家讲 座以及专题座谈会。

本届“流明数码艺术大奖”,收到了来自40多个国家 和地区,超过800位艺术家的作品投稿。经过专家评 审,有70余件作品入围。获得冠军的是荷兰艺术家泰 斯·比斯克(Thijs Biersteker)。

The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created digitally. As a not-for-profit social enterprise its goal is to focus the world’s attention on this exciting genre through an annual competition, a global tour and associated activities including workshops, seminars and special events.

Since its first show in London’s Cork Street in January 2013, Lumen has given away more than $50,000 and has staged over 30 exhibitions and events around the world, including New York City, Shanghai, Athens, Amsterdam, Riga, Cardiff, Hong Kong, Leeds and London. In collaboration with its academic partners, Lumen advances the understanding of digital art at seminars, artist talks, workshops and symposiums.

This year Lumen received over 800 submissions from artists across more than 40 countries and regions. After a review by its eminent Jury panel, 70 were selected for the Lumen Longlist. The winner of the 2017 Gold Award was Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker.

英国流明数码艺术奖项

Lumen Prize for Digital Art

 

The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created digitally. As a not-for-profit social enterprise its goal is to focus the world’s attention on this exciting genre through an annual competition, a global tour and associated activities including workshops, seminars and special events.

Since its first show in London’s Cork Street in January 2013, Lumen has given away more than $50,000 and has staged over 30 exhibitions and events around the world, including New York City, Shanghai, Athens, Amsterdam, Riga, Cardiff, Hong Kong, Leeds and London. In collaboration with its academic partners, Lumen advances the understanding of digital art at seminars, artist talks, workshops and symposiums.

This year Lumen received over 800 submissions from artists across more than 40 countries and regions. After a review by its eminent Jury panel, 70 were selected for the Lumen Longlist. The winner of the 2017 Gold Award was Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker.