Marcel Duchamp Prize

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Prix Marcel Duchamp 2009 in Centre Georges Pompidou

The Marcel Duchamp Prize (in French : Prix Marcel Duchamp) is an annual award given to a young artist by the Association pour la Diffusion Internationale de l'Art Français (ADIAF). The winner receives €35,000 personally and up to €30,000 in order to produce an exhibition of their work in the Modern Art museum (Centre Georges Pompidou).

The prize is named after the artist Marcel Duchamp.

Prizewinners[edit]

Year Winner Other nominees
2000/01 Thomas Hirschhorn Pierre Bismuth, Rebecca Bournigault, Claude Closky, Felice Varini, Xavier Veilhan
2002 Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster Anri Sala, Bernard Frize, Valérie Jouve, Wang Du
2003 Mathieu Mercier Stéphane Couturier, Claude Lévêque, Pascal Pinaud, Eric Poitevin
2004 Carole Benzaken Valérie Belin, Philippe Cognée, Richard Fauguet, Philippe Ramette
2005 Claude Closky[1] Kader Attia, Gilles Barbier, Olivier Blanckart
2006 Philippe Mayaux Abdel Abdessemed, Leandro Erlich, Bruno Peinado
2007 Tatiana Trouvé Adam Adach, Pierre Ardouvin, Richard Fauguet
2008 Laurent Grasso Michel Blazy, Stéphane Calais, Didier Marcel
2009 Saâdane Afif Damien Deroubaix- painting, Nicolas Moulin- video, Philippe Perrot- painting
2010 Cyprien Gaillard Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Camille Henrot, Anne-Marie Schneider
2011 Mircea Cantor Damien Cabanes, Guillaume Leblond, Samuel Rousseau
2012 Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel- sculpture Valérie Favre- painting, Bertrand Lamarche- installation, Franck Scurti- sculpture
2013 Latifa Echakhch Farah Atassi, Claire Fontaine, Raphaël Zarka
2014 Julien Prévieux Evariste Richer, Théo Mercier, Florian et Michaël Quistrebert

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