prix_loos

2016

In 2016 there will be no call for submission. By the end of 2016 the deadline for proposing candidates will be announced on this website and via social media.

Hedwig Houben, Personal Matters and Public Affairs, 2015 (filmstill)

Solo exhibition Hedwig Houben in Bristol

Hedwig Houben, nominated in 2015 for the Prix de Rome Visual Arts, presents her work from 1 October to 11 December 2016  at the Spike Island art centre in Bristol. Her first solo exhibition in the UK includes a number of key works made over the last five years, encompassing film, performance, sculpture and text. Part of the exhibition is the work she made for the Prix de Rome presentation at de Appel arts centre in Amsterdam. read more

Falke Pisano, Reading the world with mathematics, 2015. Foto: O.H. Dancy

Falke Pisano at Badischer Kunstverein

Badischer Kunstverein in Karlsruhe (Germany) presents The value in mathematics — How do we learn?, an exhibition by Falke Pisan, winner Prix de Rome 2013.The exhibition is a continuation from Pisano’s project about the relationship between culture and mathematics. Pisano started this longterm project during a working period at the American Academy in Rome, part of the Prix de Rome Award. read more

Christian Nyampeta, Gwangju Biennale 2016

Christian Nyampeta at Gwangju Biennale

Christian Nyampeta, in 2015 nominated for the Prix de Rome visual arts, is one of the participants at the Gwangju Biennale in Korea. He made the work The Remains, part of his project How To Live Together. De biennale is open from 2 september until 6 November 2016. read more

Magali Reus, Mustard, overzichtstentoonstelling Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. 2016. Courtesy Magali Reus en Approach

Magali Reus in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Tate Modern

This autumn, until 27 November, the Stedelijk presents the first Dutch museum solo of Magali Reus, winner Prix de Rome 2015. Reus presents Mustard, a new series of sculptures configured into a site-specific installation. This series of works was developed in her London studio over the past year. By using complex techniques to process a variety of synthetic materials alongside fabrics and leather, Reus has created sculptural forms that avoid direct references to existing objects but still evoke associations with saddles, motorcycles, or blankets. read more