PHOTO: © Karimah Ashadu, Videostill aus Cowboy, 2022, Preisträgerin Kunstpreis der Böttcherstraße in Bremen 2022, Kunsthalle Bremen – Der Kunstverein in Bremen, © Karimah Ashadu


In the organizer's words:

After almost 50 years, the Böttcherstrasse Art Prize has been given a new name and will be continued as the Pauli Prize. Eight artists have been nominated for this year's Pauli Prize. The €30,000 art prize, one of the most important prizes for contemporary art in Germany, will be awarded for the 49th time in 2024. It honors artists living in the German-speaking world for an outstanding contribution to contemporary art.

Six renowned curators, the director of the Kunsthalle Bremen and the Pauli Prize donors have each independently nominated an artist whose works will be on display at the Kunsthalle Bremen in an exhibition from August 24 to October 13, 2024. During the course of the exhibition, a renowned international jury will select the winner. In recent years, these have included Karimah Ashadu (2022), Ulrike Müller (2020), Arne Schmitt (2018), Emeka Ogboh (2016), Nina Beier (2014), Daniel Knorr (2012), Thea Djordjadze (2009), Ulla von Brandenburg (2007), Clemens von Wedemeyer (2005), Tino Sehgal (2003), Olafur Eliasson (1997) and Wolfgang Tillmans (1995).

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