New York’s Tribeca Film Festival has named this year’s participants in its Artist Award Program, for which artists of all kinds give examples of their work to the filmmakers who win awards at the festival. Ten artists will participate in the program this year; among them are Ghada Amer, Nancy Dwyer, Joan Sndyer, and Julia Wachtel. The artists were chosen by Sandra Gering, who closed her New York gallery last year.
“Tribeca has always been about artists supporting one another, and these awards embody that spirit,” Jane Rosenthal, the CEO, executive chair, and cofounder of Tribeca Enterprises, said in a statement.
Ahead of the festival, which kicks off on April 18, have a look, below, at the list of artists, the works they will be donating, and the categories whose winners will receive their works.
- Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh, For Wonder Woman, 2006, lithograph with hand-sewn elements, Nora Ephron Award
- Meghan Boody, Flash (To the tender flesh it went), 2008, Fugi Crystal Archive face mounted to matte Plexiglas back mounted to acrylic, Best New Narrative Director
- Nancy Dwyer, Miracle, 2017, digital print and silkscreen on canvas, Storyscapes Award
- Stephen Hannock, The Lady of Shalott, Cool Evening, 2018, polished mixed media over Chuck Close Daguerreotype on panel, Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature
- Eddie Kang, Learning How to Paint/Make A Wish, 2017, print on paper, Best Narrative Short
- David Levinthal, Fort Apache, 2018, archival pigment print, Best Documentary Short
John F. Simon Jr., White Bowl, 2018. HDU, acrylic paint, Albert Maysles New Documentary Director Award
- Joan Snyder, Can We Turn Our Rage to Poetry, 1985, lithograph in colors on Rives BKK paper, Best International Narrative Feature
- Julia Wachtel, Tehran, Iran (June 6, 1989), 1990, one from the portfolio of nine lithographs and silkscreens “precariously close to 5 billion points of confusion,” Best Documentary Feature