Exhibition Prix de Rome at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

From November 13, the exhibition Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021 can be seen in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. The nominated artists Mercedes Azpilicueta, Alexis Blake, Silvia Martes and Coralie Vogelaar have created new works especially for the Prix de Rome. Two weeks later, on Tuesday November 30th, the winner of the prize is set to be announced.

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As of April, the artists have been working on developing new works which will be judged by the international jury. The winning artist will receive 40,000 euros and the opportunity to participate in a residency programme. The Prix de Rome has been developed in collaboration with the Stedelijk, and will be on view in the museum until March 20, 2022. Britte Sloothaak (curator) from the Stedelijk is responsible for the organisation of the exhibition. During the award ceremony, the publication Prix de Rome 2021, published by Jap Sam Books, will be presented.

The Prix de Rome 2021 jury consists of: Ann Demeester (Director, Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, extraordinary Professor Art and Culture at Radboud University, Nijmegen), Amira Gad (Head of Programs, LAS Light Art Space, Berlin), Antonio Jose Guzman (visual artist, researcher, lecturer), Samuel Leuenberger (Director, SALTS, Basel) and Viviane Sassen (photographer, winner of the 2007 Prix de Rome in Visual Arts). Chair is Eelco van der Lingen (Director Mondriaan Fund).

The Prix de Rome is the oldest Dutch award for artists under the age of 40. The prize is funded and organized by the Mondriaan Fund.

Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021
13 November 2021 – 20 March 2022
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, daily: 10 am – 6 pm and Friday: 10 am – 8 pm
Museumplein 10, Amsterdam