Young European Artist Trieste Contemporanea Award 2013

young european artist trieste contemporanea award 2013

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We are pleased to announce that Johanna Binder (Austria) and Abel, Carlo and Max Korinsky (Germany) are the two ex aequo winners of the Trieste Contemporanea Young European Artist 2013.

The promising Austrian and German artists are the first two ex-aequo winners in the history of the contest and were choosen among over 250 portfolios from the international jury composed by Ms Iara Boubnova, ICA Sofia, Bulgaria; Mr Daniele Capra, curator and journalist, Italy; Ms Giuliana Carbi, Trieste Contemporanea Committee, Italy; Ms Aurora Fonda, A+A Venice, Slovenia; Mr HR-Stamenov, artist, Bulgaria; Mr Alfredo Pirri, artist, Italy; Ms Janka Vukmir, Insitute for Contemporary Art Zagreb, Croatia.

young european artist trieste contemporanea award 2013

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Every year the Trieste Contemporanea Committee assigns the Young European Artist Trieste Contemporanea Award to a young Central Eastern European artist with the aim of promoting his or her work on the international art scene. The prize gives the winner the possibility of thinking and displaying an exhibition project in Trieste at the Studio Tommaseo. A monographic catalogue is also published.

The awards

2012 Kristina Buch (Germany), scholarship

2011 HR-Stamenov (Bulgaria), curator Iara Boubnova

2010 Dusica Drazic (Serbia), curator Aleksandra Estela Bjelica Mladenovic

2009 Driant Zeneli (Albania), curator Daniele Capra

2008 Alberto Tadiello (Italy), curator Daniele Capra

2007 Nikola Uzunovski (Macedonia), curator Massimo Premuda

2006 Ivan Moudov (Bulgaria), curator Maria Vassileva

2005 Nika Radic (Croatia), curator Janka Vukmir

2004 unassigned

2003 Nicolae Comanescu (Romania), curator Ruxandra Balaci

2002 Pawel Althamer (Poland), curator Sarah Cosulich Canarutto

2001 Gaetano Mainenti (Italy), curator Giuliana Carbi

2000 Mojca Osojnik (Slovenia), curator Giuliana Carbi

1999 Gia Edzgveradze (Georgia), curator Giuliana Carbi

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