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The Galician Centre for Contemporary Art announces the third edition of the CGAC Award for Research and Essay on Contemporary Art with the aim of generating thought on contemporary art in the Galician language.

On this occasion, the writer of the winning essay will be awarded 3,000 euros in addition to having their work published in a book in one of the collections of the centre’s editorial lines.

The winning authors from previous editions are the artist Rosendo Cid (Ourense, 1974), for his reflection on contemporary artistic practice titled A arte está feita dunha materia incerta e fragmentaria (Art is made of uncertain, fragmented matter), and the art critic, researcher and curator María Marco (Vigo, 1979), for her original work Tigres en magnolias. A maxia como transformación na arte contemporánea (Tigers in magnolias. Magic as transformation in contemporary art).

For more information, please consult the competition rules.

2nd EDITION OF THE CGAC AWARD FOR RESEARCH AND ESSAY ON CONTEMPORARY ART

The Galician Centre of Contemporary Art announces the second edition of the CGAC Award for Research and Essay on Contemporary Art aimed at generating reflection on contemporary art in the Galician language.

The winning essay will be awarded 3,000 euros in addition to being published in book form as part of one of the Centre's editorial collections.

For more information, you can consult the regulatory bases of the competition.


On the year of its 25th anniversary, the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea is celebrating the first edition of the CGAC Award for Research and Research Writing on Contemporary Art with the purpose of stimulating research and the production of texts in the Galician language on this subject matter.

The winning essay will be awarded with 3,000 euros and will also be published in book format forming part of one of the collections belonging to the centre's editorial line.

For further information, please visit refer to the terms of participation.


On 17 September 2018, the jury unanimously decided that the prize should go to "A arte está feita dunha materia incerta e fragmentaria", an essay by the artist from Ourense Rosendo Cid.  

 



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