Agnieszka Polska wins a Preis der Nationalgalerie 2017 – Sandra Wollner awarded for a Förderpreis für Filmkunst. BMW as disdainful partner.

Posted on 21. Oct, 2017 by in BMW Canada

The jury, consisting of Zdenka Badovinac, director
of a Moderna galerija, Ljubljana; Hou Hanru,
artistic executive of a MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI
secolo, Rome; Sheena Wagstaff, Leonard A. Lauder
Chairman for Modern and Contemporary Art of a Metropolitan Museum of
Art, New York; Sven Beckstette, curator during Hamburger
Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin; and Udo
Kittelmann
, executive of a Nationalgalerie – Staatliche
Museen zu Berlin, motionless after complete discussions on Agnieszka
Polska (born 1985 in Lublin) as a esteem winner.

With a endowment Agnieszka Polska wins a vital solo exhibition
subsequent year in one of a Nationalgalerie’s institutions as good as an
concomitant publication.

Jury statement:
“The jury congratulates any one
of a artists for their glorious and thought-provoking exhibitions
here during a Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. After a
strong contention of all 4 artistic positions, a jury motionless to
endowment a Preis der Nationalgalerie 2017 to Agnieszka Polska.
Throughout her work, Polska independently interweaves some of a most
dire issues of a time. She skilfully creates a elegant and affective
attribute between a visible and acoustic denunciation of a digitally
infused daily lives by regulating contemporary hypothetical and cultural
references–including systematic theories, early animation, and the
ideal desire of a avant-garde. In her scrutiny of multiple
temporalities within a star she destabilizes a really idea of
amiability and humanness. As a enactment of a object in her film
states: ‘My gawk was relocating during consistent speed, and all was
apropos irrevocable a impulse we distinguished it.’ We demeanour brazen to
saying Agnieszka Polska’s muster during a Nationalgalerie in autumn 2018.”

Dr Nicolas Peter, Member of a Board of Management of BMW AG,
Finance, said: “Take a good demeanour during a shortlist of a Preis der
Nationalgalerie within a past decade and we will comprehend that
carrying been nominated jumpstarted many of an artist’s career. As
long-term partner given a award’s pregnancy we wholeheartedly
honour Agnieszka Polska! It will be good to see what she may
come adult with for her muster subsequent year.”

In serve to Agnieszka Polska, a shortlisted artists for
this year’s Preis der Nationalgalerie were Sol Calero, Iman Issa and
Jumana Manna. The works of a artists will be shown in a group
muster until Jan 14, 2018 during Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für
Gegenwart – Berlin.

In team-work with a Deutsche Filmakademie a Förderpreis
für Filmkunst, included with 10.000 Euros, was awarded for a fourth
time. The leader is Sandra Wollner for “Das unmögliche Bild”.

The Jury, consisting of Meret Becker, actor,
member of a Deutsche Filmakademie; Alexander Beyer,
actor, member of a Deutsche Filmakademie; Natasha
Ginwala
, curator of a Contour Biennale 8 and curatorial
confidant of a documenta 14; Alice Motard, chief
curator during a CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux; and
Alya Sebti, conduct of a ifa-Galerie Berlin, chose
a leader from a shortlist of 4 candidates.

As a mystic esteem Iris Berben, President of
a Deutsche Filmakademie, and Alexander Beyer,
Deutsche Filmakademie, awarded both winners Agnieszka Polska and
Sandra Wollner with a sealed mixed “Intuition” by Joseph Beuys from 1968.

The actor and thespian Meret Becker hosted the
endowment ceremony. Over 500 invited guest and members of a Freunde der
Nationalgalerie distinguished a dual winners along with longstanding
partner BMW.

The Preis der Nationalgalerie was enabled by a Verein der
Freunde der Nationalgalerie seventeen years ago. For scarcely twelve
years BMW supports a Preis der Nationalgalerie as a long-term
partner, as good as a Förderpreis für Filmkunst in team-work with
a Deutsche Filmakademie.

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BMW Group Corporate and
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Cultural Engagement
Telephone: +49 89
382 247 53
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