Activities

The Art Prize Future of Europe is annually awarded since 2003. The prize worth 5.000 Euro has been brought into life by Matthias Brühl and Dietmar Schulz in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art. Five specialists were respectively asked to put forward three candidates. The final decision of the Award Winner is met by the jury appointed for the period of three years. The Prize is associated with an exhibition in the GfZK.

installation view, Céline Condorelli, White Gold and Cotton/Rubber, 2015

Spaces of Art - Part 2

28/10/2017 until 25/02/2018

with Eric Baudelaire, Céline Condorelli and Karl Nawrot

Leon Kahane: Frontex # 1, aus der Serie Frontex, 2009. Courtesy of the artist

Leon Kahane: For Official Use Only

02/04/2016 until 03/07/2016

Kunstpreis Europas Zukunft 2015

Durch Wände Gehen, 2015. Filmstill

Anna Witt: Walking Through Walls

27/03/2015 until 31/01/2016

The process-based video installation confronts two different stories of flight

Endeavour, 2010. Filmstill

Taus Makhacheva: A Walk, A Dance, A Ritual

12/04/2014 until 29/06/2014

A paradox experience of belonging to a community while observing it from the exterior

A Load From Inside - Reviewed, 2011. Foto: Luise Schröder

Lala Raščić: Whatever The Object

09/03/2013 until 26/05/2013

The cultural translation of historical and mythological narratives

Iris Touliatou: GFZK 2012. Installationsansicht. Foto: Sebastian Schröder

Iris Touliatou: Matter Enclosed in Heavy Brackets

21/04/2012 until 24/06/2012

References from cinema, modernist architecture and theater result in a visual essay

Never Land, 2008. Projection of 153 slides in cooperation with the photo archive of the newspaper Phileleftheros, Nicosia, Cyprus. Courtesy: der Künstler und Rodeo, Istanbul

Christodoulos Panayiotou

09/04/2011 until 13/06/2011

The background theme of Panayiotou’s solo exhibition is the socio-political historical construction of Cyprus

River Crossing Puzzle, 2010. Photo: Andreas Enrico Grunert

Ahmet Ögüt

11/09/2010 until 14/11/2010

The artist calls attention to elements of everyday life that seem unimportant at first

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