Sunday, April 10, 2011

Ross Racine wins Biennale internationale in Liege, Belgium

A Canadian has won the eighth Biennale internationale de gravure contemporaine, it was announced Monday in Liège, Belgium by the biennale’s five-person jury.

Ross Racine, a Montreal native currently living in New York, triumphed over 58 artists from 24 countries with a digital drawing from a series titled Fictional Suburbia.

While there’s no cash prize, the win lets Racine mount a solo exhibition of his work next year at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Liège.

Extracted from: Visual Arts
Canadian wins prestigious Belgian art award
Globe and Mail
Published Monday, Mar. 28, 2011 3:59PM EDT
Last updated Monday, Mar. 28, 2011 4:03PM EDT

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1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to Ross Racine! That's some prize he has won.
    Thanks for posting this.


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