Photo 1: Florian Bräunlich, Safe Crash, 2021, photo: Claudia Hoehne | Photo 2 – 7: NOMINEES, installation view, Kunsthaus Hamburg 2021, photo: Hayo Heye
Hamburg Grants for Contemporary Art 2022
hosted by Kunsthaus Hamburg
11 December 2021 – 9 January 2022
Saturday, 11 December 2021, 11 am – 10 pm
With Performance: Florian Bräunlich, Safe Crash with Sven-Åke Johansson, 8 pm
Florian Bräunlich, Florian Deeg, Asana Fujikawa, Steffen Goldkamp, Willy Hans,
Hien Hoang, Stephanie Rachel Jacobs, Jil Lahr, Clara Lena Langenbach,
Jessica Leinen, Lulu MacDonald, Julia Malgut, Gulzat Matisakova, Anna Mieves,
Mitko Mitkov, Matthew Muir, Leo Rottmann, Mika Sperling, Gesa Troch, Seda Yildiz, Miriam Zadil, Laura Sophia Ziegler
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, 22 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 22 artistic positions include works of different media and diverse thematic orientations.
The grants 2022 go to:
Florian Bräunlich, Asana Fujikawa, Steffen Goldkamp, Gulzat Matisakova, Jil Lahr, Julia Malgut, Matthew Muir, Leonie Rottmann, Seda Yildiz und Laura Sophia Ziegler.
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