The ten lucky winners of the Picture This print edition 01 giveaway are: Hannah Mentz Sarah Lowe Ntobeko Ximba Dan Berkowitz Melissa Anouke Dean Paradise Wouter Du Toit Adam Wiest Amy Tertiens Stephan Steyn CONGRATULATIONS! We've forwarded your details on to one small seed who will be getting in touch with you soon to find out...

The winners of the Spier Contemporary 2010 Competition were announced at the launch of the art biennale at its City Hall venue on 13 March 2010 in Cape Town. The prizes awarded consist of a combination of five cash prizes, worth R500 000 in total, selected by the judging team and seven international artist-in-residency prizes made by the individual residency programmes. In addition, a ‘People’s Choice’ Award (based on votes by those visiting the Exhibition) will be given at the end of the Cape Town leg of the Exhibition. The cash prize winners are (in no particular order): Araminta de Clermont – (photography) Dave Robertson – (photography) Jessica Gregory & Zen Marie – (video installation) Christopher Swift - (mixed media) Hasan and Husain Essop – (photography) The Artist-in-Residency Awards were awarded as follows: Gyeonggi Creation Center - South Korea (two awards provided)- Lindi Arbi and Mohau Modisakeng The Instituto Sacatar and the Sacatar Foundation on the Island of Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil (two awards provided) - Sicelo Ziqubu and Jacki McInnes 18th Street Arts Centre in Los Angeles, California, USA - Mlu Zondi Thamdigi Foundation Prize in Arnhem, Netherlands (two awards provided) - Angela De Jesus and Johann van der Schijff

The Bookmarks Awards

As most might know the first annual Bookmarks awards took place last week. While some drama revolved around the event, overall I think it was a step in the right direction. The Bookmarks is exactly what we at 10 and 5 want, another medium to see the quality of work out there. To see what other digital companies in South Africa are currently doing and who is pushing the boundaries of what has been done thus far. Congrats to all involved! We would also like to know your thoughts on this Awards Ceremony and if you think it has a future. Click here to listen to what Adrian Hewlett, chairman of the Online Publishers Association (OPA) has to say about it. Click more to see a list of winners:
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