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Two ADAGP members among the four artists nominated for the 2018 Marcel Duchamp Prize

07/02/2018
Two ADAGP members among the four artists nominated for the 2018 Marcel Duchamp Prize

Mohamed Bourouissa and Clément Cogitore will compete for the celebrated prize among two ohers artists nominated.

   

 

At Artcurial on 1 February, with numerous collectors and friends of the association in attendance, ADIAF President Gilles Fuchs announced the names of the artists nominated for the 18th Marcel Duchamp Prize, two of whom are ADAGP members:

 

Mohamed Bourouissa (ADAGP member)

Born in 1978 in Blida, Algeria

Lives and works in Paris

Represented by: Galerie kamel mennour, Paris / London

 

Clément Cogitore (ADAGP member)

Born in 1983 in Colmar, France

Lives and works in Paris

Represented by: Galerie Eva Hober, Paris and Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart.

 

Thu Van Tran

Born in 1979 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Lives and works in Paris

Represented by: Galerie Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

 

Marie Voignier 

Born in 1974 in Ris-Orangis, France

Lives and works in Paris

Represented by: Galerie Marcelle Alix, Paris

 

Chosen by a committee of 11 collectors from the ADIAF, the four nominees have been invited to take part in a three-month group exhibition that will open on 10 October 2018 at the Centre Pompidou, partner to the prize since its creation.

The ADAGP is delighted to have two member artists among the nominees as it sponsors the Marcel Duchamp prize for the second time, offering greater visibility to French contemporary art.