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Winner

Petra Feriancová

Finalists

Jaroslav Varga

Pavla Sceránková

Štefan Papčo

Archive

28. 6. 2010

Education program

25. 6. 2010

Exhibition of finalists

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24. 6. 2010

The Čepan news

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24. 6. 2010

Opening of the exhibition

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10. 6. 2010

Oskár Čepan Awards 2010

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26. 5. 2010

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1. 4. 2010

Open call

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Foundation – Center for Contemporary Arts and MEDIUM Gallery have the pleasure of inviting you to the opening of the exhibition of the finalists and the official announcement of the winner of the OSKÁR ČEPAN AWARD 2010 24 June 2010, 5:00 pm – foyer of the historical building of the SND (Hviezdoslavovo nám. 20) and opening of the exhibition of the finalists and the winner & concert of EA 6:30 pm –Medium Gallery / VŠVU (Hviezdoslavovo nám. 18). The exhibition lasts until 1 August 2010.

Jury statement

The members of the OCA 2010 committee Anna Daučíková, Alexandra Kusá a Lucia Tkáčová selected on the first meeting of the OCA 2010 committee out of 60 registered applicants this artists:

Michal Černušák (1982) Petra Feriancová (1977) Štefan Papčo (1983) Pavla Sceranková (1980)

Jury

Anna Daučíková /SK/ artist and head of studio Intermedia and Multimedia Department (AFAD) ;

Sharon Kivland /GB, F/ visual artist and writer;

Sandra Kusá /SK/ chief curator of the Department of Contemporary Art, Moravian gallery, Brno;

Marek Pokorný /CZ/ curator, art critic and director Moravian gallery, Brno;

Lucia Tkáčová /SK/ assistant professor at Studio "IN" (AFAD)

Curatorial statement

The jury has decided to chose to the final those artists whose work and the approach to the creative work is diverse, which arouse discussion, set questions, stir up thinking about the forms of visual art in slovakia, and they also show the potential of their own future development. The jury has decided to choose the final four artists whose presentation should be the challenge for them as well as for the contemporary art scene in Slovakia as such.