Meg Cranston
NADA Artadia Award
New York 2013

A detail of Meg Cranston's installation, "Emerald City

A detail of Meg Cranston's installation, "Emerald City

Meg Cranston received the 2013 New York NADA Artadia Award, a $4,000 unrestricted, merit-based Award granted to one artist exhibiting at the NADA New York, for her installation “Emerald City.” Meg Cranston exhibited her work at a solo booth presented by Fitzroy Gallery and Newman Popiashvili Gallery.

A jury comprised of two internationally renowned curators, Lia Gangitano, Founder/ Director, Participant Inc.; and Daniel Byers, The Richard Armstrong Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, and Co-curator, 2013 Carnegie International Carnegie Museum of Art, walked through the fair on its opening day, Friday, May 10, to determine the award winner. Said Lia Gangitano, “The booth made a strong statement, and we’re thrilled that Meg is the recipient of Artadia and NADA’s generous support.”

About the NADA Artadia Award

The NADA Artadia Award is a collaborative, unrestricted Award presented at NADA art fairs. The Award recipient is chosen by a jury of two renowned curators on the opening day of the fair and publicly announced later that day. The selected artists receive all of the lifetime benefits of the Artadia Awards program, including access to Artadia’s national network and the option to participate in Artadia’s ongoing programs, exhibitions, and professional services.