Civitella Ranieri Fellows for the 2013 season

Civitella Ranieri Center.

Civitella Ranieri Fellows for the 2013 season

2 May–5 November, 2013

Civitella Ranieri Center
Localita Civitella Ranieri
06019 Umbertide, PG, Italy

www.civitella.org

Civitella Ranieri Foundation announces its Fellows in residence for the 2013 season. These 46 writers, visual artists, and composers are from over twenty countries in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. This prestigious fellowship, now in its 19th year, is the result of a competitive international search.

Session 1 (May 2–June 14):

Jiandyin (Thailand, Visual Arts)
Joao Paulo Cuenca
(Brazil, Writing)
Elisa D’Arrigo (USA, Visual Arts)
Esra Ersen (Turkey, Visual Arts)
Orlando Jacinto Garcia (Brazil, Music)
Hubert Machnik (Germany, Music)
Alec Michod (USA, Writing)
Mauro Restiffe (Brazil, Visual Arts)
Allison Seay (USA, Writing)
Miguel Syjuco (Philippines/Canada, Writing)
Ken Ueno (USA, Music)
Monica Youn (USA, Writing)

Session 2 (June 17–July 30):

Irit Batsry (USA/Israel, Visual Arts)
Mark Cayanan (Philippines, Writing)
Eduardo Chirinos (Peru/USA, Writing)
Andrea Clearfield (USA, Music)
Dawn Clements (USA, Visual Arts)
Amelia Cuni (Italy, Music)
Werner Durand (Germany, Music)
Rigoberto Gonzalez (USA, Writing)
Nandipha Mntambo (South Africa, Visual Arts)
Sigrid Nunez (USA, Writing)
Sopheap Pich (Cambodia/USA, Visual Arts)
Andrea Sala (Italy, Visual Arts)
Larisa Vhrunc (Slovenia, Music)

Session 3 (August 12–September 20):

Minam Apang (India, Visual Arts)
Akiko Busch (Japan/USA, Writing)
Sally Heller (USA, Visual Arts)
Bill Jacobson (USA, Visual Arts)
Sarah Jones (USA, Visual Arts)
Joan La Barbara (USA, Music)
Lin Yilin (China, Visual Arts)
Alexandre Lunsqui (Brazil/USA, Music)
Chico Mello (Brazil/Germany, Music)
Adania Shibli (Palestine/Germany, Writing)
Wilson Sukorski (Brazil, Music)
Monique Truong (Vietnam/USA, Writing)

Session 4 (September 23–November 5):

Florencia Almiron (Argentina, Visual Arts)
Emma Amos (USA, Visual Arts)
Victoria Cass (USA, Writing)
Martin Soto Climent (Mexico, Visual Arts)
Aracelis Girmay (USA, Writing)
Juliana Hodkinson (UK/Germany, Music)
Marko Maetamm (Estonia, Visual Arts)
Cergio Prudencio (Bolivia, Music)
Maaria Wirkkala (Finland, Visual Arts)

Artists require unfettered time and space to engage in their work and the world. Building on the legacy of our founder, Ursula Corning, the Civitella Ranieri Foundation opens the doors of its 15th-century castle in rural Umbria annually for four six-week residency sessions of self-directed studio and work time.

Each residency community of 12-14 brings together accomplished international artists, writers, and composers at emerging and established moments in their careers. They are joined by a limited number of invited Director’s Guests to foster a robust contemporary dialogue that transcends disciplines and geography. A Civitella Ranieri Fellowship changes lives, develops permanent connections, and refreshes one’s work.

Fellowships are awarded through a nomination, application, and jury process that ensures us access to a highly diverse group of international candidates. Our Nominators are a rotating group of accomplished artists, academics, and critics.

The Center is funded by the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Inc., a non-profit corporation with offices in New York City.

Vitamin creative space
Anton Kern Gallery
Deweer
Luisa Strina
Friedrich Petzel
Carolina Nitsch
X-TRA
Xavier Hufkens
Art Monthly
Brooklyn Rail
P420
Aperture
Kaleidoscope