Shortlist muster of a Preis der Nationalgalerie 2019. BMW given 2006 long-term partner.

Posted on 16. Aug, 2019 by in BMW Canada

Berlin. Supported by BMW as long-term partner,
Pauline Curnier Jardin (born 1980 in Marseille),
Simon Fujiwara (born 1982 in London), Flaka
Haliti
(born 1982 in Pristina) and Katja
Novitskova
(born 1984 in Tallinn) have been nominated for the
Preis der Nationalgalerie 2019 by an general jury this March.

The museum esteem is awarded any dual years and pays reverence to
artists underneath 40 who live and work in Germany. The 4 artists will
be presented in a corner muster during a Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum
für Gegenwart – Berlin from August 16, 2019 to Feb 16,
2020
. All 4 artists uncover spatial ensembles in that they
mix existent and new works. The tonality and scratch of the
4 spatial work presentations is really different; what they have in
common is an pithy anxiety to aspects of a contemporary
European society.

With her transgressive artistic approach, that combines visual
and account elements of entertainment and cinema, Pauline Curnier
Jardin
creates a theatre space. In this walk-in installation,
cinematic and sculptural work intermesh in Curnier Jardin’s
evil manner. Her combination of a dual films “Explosion Ma
Baby” (2016) and a new prolongation “Qu’un Sang Impure” as good as the
sculptural work “Peaux de Dame in a Hot Flashes Forrest” (2019)
emanate a furious web around enterprise and reproduction.

In a shortlist exhibition, Simon Fujiwara
presents a gathering of 4 works that branch from his investigation
of contemporary mass phenomena and their economic, socio-political,
and media aspects. The really opposite works illustrate a border to
that these phenomena have an romantic member of their own. The
video designation “Likeness” (2018) focuses on a figure of Anne
Frank and her media-effective entertainment and instrumentalization.

Flaka Haliti continues her dual array “Its urgency
got mislaid in retreat (while being in consistent delay)” and “Is it you,
Joe?” for a exhibition. Two colorful idle robots, stoical of
materials from deserted KFOR margin camps in Kosovo – a discarded
pieces of a assent routine – are juxtaposed by a artist with the
transformable figure of Joe, who has accompanied her given 2015 as a
formidable to grasp change ego. In a entertainment that shapes a entire
space, a dual groups of works are only as most interlocked as they
massage opposite any other.

Katja Novitskova became famous as one of a pioneers
of an artistic denunciation called “Post-Internet Art”. For a shortlist
exhibition, she creates a virtuoso, multi-part and multi-layered
“environment” of sculptural elements, murals and projections of
several kinds. Here, too, a works in a altogether designation form a
common, closely interlocking structure. The works are formed on
Novitskova’s seductiveness in stream investigate in biotechnology and revolve
around a doubt of a destiny existence of a organic as a
member of technological processes.

An general jury will select a leader on
September 12, 2019. The endowment consists of a solo
muster with a catalog during Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für
Gegenwart – Berlin in a tumble of 2020. The jury consists of:

Annie Fletcher (Director of IMMA – Irish Museum of
Modern Art, Dublin)
Anna-Catharina Gebbers (Curator during Hamburger Bahnhof
– Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin)
Udo Kittelmann (Director of Nationalgalerie –
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)
Philippe Vergne (Director of Serralves Museum of
Contemporary Art, Porto)
Theodora Vischer (Senior Curator of Fondation
Beyeler, Basel)

Also on Sep 12, this year’s leader of a Förderpreis für
Filmkunst, that a Nationalgalerie has been awarding together with
a German Film Academy given 2011 and that includes a esteem income of
10,000 euros, will be announced.

The opening of a muster will take place during Hamburger
Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin on
August 15, 2019 from 8.00 PM.

For serve information, greatfully visit: preisdernationalgalerie.de

For serve questions greatfully contact:
Prof. Dr
Thomas Girst
BMW Group Corporate and Governmental
Affairs
Head of Cultural
Engagement
Telephone: +49-89-382-24753
Email: Thomas.Girst@bmwgroup.com

www.press.bmwgroup.com

E-Mail: presse@bmw.de

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