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Santa Monica, California
2009 Alpert Awards announced

Administered by California Institute of the Arts, the Alpert Awards — which are funded by The Herb Alpert Foundation — reward the work of pioneering artists in the fields of visual arts, film/video, music, theater and dance. The total prize money amounts to $75,000.

 

The 2009 awards have seen Paul Pfeiffer (1966, Honolulu) win the visual arts category, while Paul Chan (1973, Hong Kong) takes the award in the film/video category. Both artists are based in New York.

 

The jury for the visual arts award was made up of Ann Lauterbach,poet, critic and co-chair of writing at Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College, N.Y.; Simon Leung, artist based in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, N.Y. and Jill Medvedow,director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

 

The jury for the film/video award was made up of Wendy Hui Kyong Chun,associate professor of modern culture and media at Brown University, Providence;Marian Luntz, curator of film and video at the Museum of Fine Arts,Houston, andJoshua Siegel, associate curator in the department of film at Museum of Modern Art,New York.

 

www.alpertawards.org

     
 

Paul Chan. Photo: Ted Jackson/Newhouse News Service.

 

Paul Pfeiffer. Courtesy Art21


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