The works represent a broad range of artistic positions, from installation and photography to performance and conceptual approaches. The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of events open to the public and catalog will be published for the occasion.
After an open call to all Berlin-based artists, the jury selected the nine artists through a multi-stage, anonymous process. Three of the nominees will be awarded the Berlin Art Prize 2016 at the end of the exhibition. On December 10, the prize winners will be announced live and for the first time during an award ceremony, where in addition to a residency and prize money, they will be given a trophy created by Tomás Saraceno for the occasion. WORK HARD!
Martin John Callanan
Stine Marie Jacobsen
Regina de Miguel