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Bewerberinnen und Bewerber für das Arbeitsstipendium für bildende Kunst der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg 2018
hosted by Kunsthaus Hamburg
19 December 2017 – 21 January 2018

Opening: Monday, 18 December 2017, 7 pm
Speakers: Jana Schiedek (Ministry of Culture and Media, Hamburg), Anna Sabrina Schmid (Kunsthaus Hamburg)

Guided tours
Thursday, 21 December 2017, 6 pm
Sunday, 21 January 2018, 3 pm

Angela Anzi, Andrea Becker-Weimann, Marcia Breuer, Fabio Cirillo, Maya Connors, Jakob Engel, Antje Feger / Benjamin Stumpf, Jenny Feldmann, Laura Franzmann, Pachet Fulmen, Anna Grath, Hiroko Kameda, Eva Könnemann, Julia Metropolit, Oliver Mund, Franziska Opel, Tintin Patrone, Carsten Rabe, Dagmar Rauwald, Volker Renner, Stella Rossié, Christian Rothmaler, Jenny Schäfer, Nicolaas Schmidt, Sebastian Wiegand

For the sustainable promotion of visual arts, the Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg awards ten visual artists from Hamburg a grant each year. This year, 25 nominees are presenting their works in a large-scale exhibition at the Kunsthaus Hamburg. The show provides a current overview of the continuously developing artistic production in the city.

The grants 2018 go to:
Angela Anzi, 
Andrea Becker-Weimann, Maya Connors, Jenny Feldmann, Anna Grath, Eva Könnemann, Franziska Opel, Volker Renner, Stella Rossié, Jenny Schäfer

For the duration of the exhibition, Stella Rossié is going to take over the Kunsthaus’s Instagram account. Her posts can be found with the hashtags #hamburgartgrants and #kunsthaushamburg.

A project of the

Image 1: Angela Anzi, Hilfestellung an Objekten 2, 2015, photo: Hayo Heye
Image 2: Fabio Cirillo, Going Down on You Again and You Think You Are Strong But You Are Not, 2017, photo: Hayo Heye
Image 3: Jenny Feldmann, Martin, 2017, photo: Hayo Heye
Image 4: Antje Feger und Benjamin Stumpf, Laura Franzmann, installation view, Kunsthaus Hamburg 2017/18, photo: Hayo Heye
Image 5: Carsten Rabe, I AM NOT YOU, 2017, photo: Hayo Heye