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Meisterschüler*innen of the Hochschule für Künste Bremen and Karin Hollweg Prize 2021
The annual Meisterschüler*innen exhibitions provide a multifaceted insight into the quality and diversity of current art production in Bremen. A particular highlight of the exhibition is the awarding of the Karin Hollweg Prize. Endowed with a total of 15,000 Euros, it is one of the most important art promotion prizes within German art schools. Half of the prize money is reserved for an institutional solo exhibition in Bremen.
In 2021, 20 artists are involved in the exhibition, which focuses on featuring entirely new works. The entire breadth of contemporary art is represented, from painting, ceramics, and sculpture to site–specific interventions, sound works, and spatial and video installations. This year‘s exhibition will take place at the Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst and the GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, so that the works of the 2021 Meisterschüler*innen can be experienced in two buildings in close proximity
Curated by Alejandro Perdomo Daniels
Opening: Friday, November 12, 7 p.m.
Important note: Registration is required for the opening. Seats are available on a limited basis. 3G rules apply.
Registration at: firstname.lastname@example.org,+49 (0) 421- 59839-0
Exhibition at the GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst and Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst
Ryosuke Aratani, Armando Ducellari, Annalouise Falk, Nicolas Fehr, Alice Gericke, Paul Ole Janns, Ugur Karatas, Tomma Köhler, Shirin Mohammad, Sebastian Moske, Ludger N.o.kel, Patrick Peljhan, Sabine Peter, Laura Pientka, Arash Qilich, Ul Seo, Elisa Storelli, Stephan Thierbach, I Chieh Tsai, Armin Wischkony
Karin Hollweg Prize
Awards have already been given to dilettantin produktionsbüro (Anneli Käsmayr and Jenny Kropp together with Claudia Heidorn, Anna Jandt and Alberta Niemann) (2007), Verena Johanna Müller (2008), Christian Haake (2009), Nicolai Schorr (2010), Noriko Yamamoto (2011), Janis E. Müller (2012), Franziska Keller (2013), Z. Schmidt (2014), Tobias Heine (2015), Claudia Piepenbrock (2016), Felix Dreesen (2017), Zhe Wang (2018), Mattia Bonafini and Luisa Eugeni (2019), and Kate Andrews (2020).
With the Meisterschüler Program, the Bremen University of the Arts offers outstanding graduates of the Fine Arts program the opportunity to deepen their personal positions in two additional semesters and to intensively explore their own artistic path.