Programme \2015 \2014 \2013

  • Submission period
  • Judging
  • Rewarding
  • Submission period for UK/RAINE competition

     

    10th September 2015 until 11.59pm BST on 20th October 2015

     

    Criteria for Entries

     

    Age: 18 - 35

     

    Country: Ukraine or UK

     

    Number of files: a minimum of three and a maximum of eight images of artworks

     

    Size: maximum file size 5MB, 300px each) or videos via YouTube or Vimeo, along with a CV and short artist’s statement (no more than 200 words) in Microsoft Word or PDF Formats.

     

    Categories: installation, new media (including video and photography), painting, sculpture and street art

     

    All entries can be submitted via the dedicated URL www.saatchigallery.com/uk/raine 

     

  • The work of the International Commission

    for the selection of 30 artists - finalists

     

    International judges including:

     

    Johnson Chang — Founder of the Asia Art Archive, China

     

    Nigel Hurst — Saatchi Gallery CEO, UK

     

    Prof.Dr. Apinan Poshyananda — Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Thailand

     

    Olga Sviblova — founder and director of Multimedia Art Museum

     

    Nick Mitsevich — the Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia

     

    Oleksandr Soloviov — Ukrainian author and curator

  • Prizes and nominations:

     

    Grand prize - GB£20 000

     

    Sergei Petlyuk

     

    Each of the category winners will receive - GB£10 000

     

    Dominic Beattie (painting)

     

    Jamie Fitzpatrick (sculpture)

     

    Roman Mikhaylov (installation)

     

    Sergei Petlyuk(new media)

     

    Dmitriy Mikitenko(street art)

     

    The winner of the public vote will receive - GB£5 000 of production costs towards their work, project or exhibition in order to support their future artistic endeavours

     

    Olivia Bucks

     

    Opening:

     

    23 November 2015 - Winner's announcement of UK/RAINE Emerging Artists From The UK and Ukraine

     

    24 November 2015 - 03 January 2016 Exhibition is open for visitors