Lucy Kim wins Boston Artadia Award

Lecturer one of three to win award, grant

Lucy Kim, a lecturer in fine arts, was named one of three winners of a Boston Artadia Award.

Kim, whose work combines sculptural relief and painting to disrupt normal modes of perception and figuration, was selected for the award after the field was narrowed to 10 finalists. The other winners include artists Larissa Bates and Ria Brodell. 

The award comes with an unrestricted $12,000 grant, access to Artadia programs, awardee exhibitions, studio visits and connections with curators, and participation in Artadia projects at art fairs across the country. Artadia funds a rotating cycle of awards in Boston, San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles.

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