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Sommer der Künste

In the organizer's words:

For the first time, the German Academy of Rome Villa Massimo is presenting itself in Baden-Württemberg in collaboration with eight partners from Stuttgart. Two academic years - 18 Rome Prize winners from the years 2022/23 and 2023/24 - will show their works, which were created in Rome or especially for the presentation in Stuttgart, in exhibitions, concerts and readings at various institutions and in public spaces.

Rome Prize winners 2022/23 and 2023/24:
Ondřej Adámek (composer), Olga Martynova (writer), Yael Bartana (visual artist), Bjørn Melhus (visual artist), Oscar Bianchi (composer), Marko Nikodijević (composer), Susanne Brorson (architect), Katerina Poladjan (writer), Danica Dakić (visual artist), Arne Rautenberg (writer), Liza Dieckwisch (visual artist), Marcus Schmickler (composer), Manaf Halbouni (visual artist), Alfredo Thiermann (architect), SOWATORINI Landschaft (landscape architects), Stefan Vogel (visual artist), Kristof Magnusson (writer), Fabian A. Wagner (architect)

The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is showing works by Danica Dakić, Liza Dieckwisch and Stefan Vogel.

The German Academy Rome Villa Massimo is the responsibility of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media of the Federal Republic of Germany. The "Rome Prize" is the most important award given to German artists or artists living in Germany. The institution was founded in 1910 by Eduard Arnhold, a Jewish citizen of Prussia, who bought the property and subsequently donated it to the Prussian state.

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