Camille Henrot wins The Edvard Munch Art Award
Henrot is the first recipient of the award, which is given to an emerging artist no older than 40 years old who has been found (by an appointed jury that included curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Yale School of Art dean Robert Storr) to have demonstrated exceptional talent within the last five years. The award consists of a monetary prize and a solo exhibition at the Munch Museum.
In her comprehensive exhibition "10 Rooms, 40 Walls, 1059 m2" at Kunstmueseum Luzern Claudia Comte is showing fourty works in ten rooms - as the title suggests.
For their upcoming solo exhibition Die Zugezogenen [The Newcomers], Elmgreen & Dragset will treat Haus Lange as it was originally intended: a family home. The artist duo will stage the moment that a fictional German family moves in. Having previously relocated to Britain, the family has now decided to move back to Germany following Brexit. More
On the occasion of the opening of the Elbphilharmonie, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg will be showing a major exhibition in cooperation with HamburgMusik gGmbH with support from the Hamburg Cultural Authority under the title ELBPHILHARMONIE REVISITED, which will be on view in the Hall for Contemporary Art at the Deichtorhallen from 10 February to 1 May 2017. More