Tau Lewis, "Harmony," 2019 (detail). Courtesy the artist and Cooper Cole.

Our Prize-Winners in the News

Momus Turns Five
The on line art criticism site @MomusArt, published and edited by Sky Goodden, has selected the work of three TFVA finalists to be featured as “best classic pieces” presented by Momus over the past five years.
The Future Wandering of Tau Lewis by Sky Goodden, features Tau Lewis, our Artist Prize finalist in 1918. She is a multidisciplinary artist who uses found objects and recycled materials in her 3-dimensional work.
The Tautological Reeling of Young & Giroux, by Rhiannon Vogl, features collaborative artists Daniel Lewis and Christian Young, known for their installations of public art. Their work challenges us to rethink the way we view public space in the urban landscape. They were our Artist Prize finalists together in 2010.
Young & Giroux, “Camera Path / Film Path with under-titles,” 2019. Photo credit: the artists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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