List of awards and nominations received by Björk

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Björk awards and nominations
Bjork at eden project.jpg
Björk performing at the Eden Project in 2018, as part of her Utopia Tour.
Totals[a]
Wins137
Nominations309
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Björk is an Icelandic singer-songwriter, producer and actress from Reykjavík who has received many awards and nominations for her work. After gaining international popularity as the lead singer of The Sugarcubes, she rose to prominence with the release of her first album Debut in 1993.[1] During this time, she won several awards, including the Brit Award for International Breakthrough Act and the NME Award for Best Solo Artist.[2][3] At the 1994 MTV Video Music Awards the music video for her first single "Human Behaviour" received six nominations.[4] With the release of her second album Post (1995) the singer won five Icelandic Music Awards and the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Female and became the first artist to receive the Vanguard Award at the ASCAP Awards.[5][6][7] The video for her single "It's Oh So Quiet" won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography in a Video.[8] The singer's third album, titled Homogenic, was released in 1997.[9] The album's music videos were acclaimed, with the videos for "Bachelorette", directed by Michel Gondry, and "All Is Full of Love", directed by Chris Cunningham, receiving multiple accolades, including three MTV Video Music Awards for Best Art Direction, Breakthrough Video and Best Visual Effects.[10][11]

In 2000, Björk starred in Lars von Trier's musical melodrama film Dancer in the Dark, which premiered at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, winning the Palme d'Or.[12] For her role as Selma Ježková in the movie, the singer received the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actress and the European Film Award for Best Actress and garnered a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama.[13][14][15] Björk also composed the movie's soundtrack Selmasongs, which included the song "I've Seen It All".[16] The song received a nomination for Best Original Song at the 58th Golden Globe Awards and was also nominated in the Best Original Song category at the 73rd Academy Awards, during which Björk wore her famous swan dress.[17]

The music video for "Wanderlust", the fourth single from her sixth studio album Volta (2007), was one of the world first music video shot in stereoscopic 3D and received numerous accolades, including three UK Music Video Awards.[18] In 2010, she received the Polar Music Prize, bestowed from the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, an honor considered the "Nobel Prize of Music".[19][20] With the release of her seventh album Biophilia (2011), Björk garnered the Artist of the Year prize from the Webby Awards and the MPG Innovation Award from the Music Producers Guild.[21][22] Biophilia and its related app were included in the Museum of Modern Art permanent collection.[23] In 2015, the museum honored the singer with a self-titled artist retrospective, curated by Klaus Biesenbach.[24] After the exhibition, Björk conceived Björk Digital, an immersive exhibit, in which she displayed virtual reality videos for songs taken from her eight studio album Vulnicura (2015).[25] The visual for the song "Notget" won the Grand Prix in the Digital Craft category at the 2017 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.[26]

Björk is the fifth most successful international artist at the Brit Awards, with five awards won, and she’s also the artist with the most wins and nominations in the International Female Solo Artist category.[27] With fifteen nominations accrued at the Grammy Awards, she’s tied with Joe Satriani and Fred Hersch as the fourth most nominated artist to have never won, behind Zubin Mehta, Snoop Dogg and Brian McKnight, also making her the female artist with most nominations to have never won.[28][29] Aside from her accolades in music and film, the singer received the Order of the Falcon from the President of Iceland in 1997 and the Ordre national du Mérite from the President of France in 2001.[30][31] In 2015, she was included in Time's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.[32][33]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards and nominations received by Björk
Award Year[a] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
Academy Awards 2001 "I've Seen It All" Best Original Song in a Motion Picture Nominated [34]
AIM Independent Music Awards 2011 Björk Outstanding Contribution to Music Honoree [35]
2015 Vulnicura Independent Album of the Year Nominated [36]
Coloured Vinyl Catalogue Reissue Special Catalogue Release of the Year Nominated
Annie Awards 1997 "I Miss You" Best Animated Short Subject Won [37]
Antville Music Video Awards 2005 "Triumph of a Heart" Best Video Nominated [38]
"Where Is the Line" Worst Video Nominated [39]
2008 "Wanderlust" Best Animated Video Nominated [40]
[41]
Best Art Direction Won
Best Music Video of the Year Won
2011 "Crystalline" Best Art Direction Nominated [42]
2012 "Mutual Core" Nominated [43]
Best Visual Effects Won
ArtFutura Festival 1999 "All Is Full of Love" Jury Prize Won [44]
ASCAP Awards 1996 Björk ASCAP Vanguard Award Honoree [7]
Australian Effects and Animation Festival 2000 "All Is Full of Love" Best Music Video Won [45]
Awards Circuit Community Awards 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [46]
BBC Radio 3 Awards for World Music 2005 Björk Boundary Crossing Nominated [47]
Billboard Music Video Awards 1998 "Bachelorette" Best Alternative/Modern Rock Clip Nominated [48]
Bodil Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [49]
Brit Awards 1994 Björk International Breakthrough Act Won [2]
International Female Solo Artist Won
1996 Won [50]
1998 Won [51]
2001 Selmasongs Soundtrack/Cast Recording Nominated [52]
2002 Björk International Female Solo Artist Nominated [53]
2006 Nominated [54]
2008 Nominated [55]
2012 Nominated [56]
2016 Won [57]
2018 Nominated [58]
Brit Insurance Design Awards 2010 Voltaïc Graphics Award Nominated [59]
Bröste Optimist Award 1999 Björk Bröste Optimist Award Honoree [60]
BT Digital Music Awards 2008 Björk Best Electronic Artist or DJ Nominated [61]
Berlin Music Video Awards 2018 "Utopia" Best Art Direction Nominated [62]
Cannes Film Festival 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Won [13]
Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2017 "Notget" Digital Craft Won [26]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Nominated [63]
Most Promising Actress Nominated
Selmasongs Best Original Score Nominated
Chlotrudis Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Nominated [64]
D&AD Awards 1996 "Hyperballad" Special Effects – Graphite Pencil Won [65]
"It's Oh So Quiet" Direction – Graphite Pencil Won [66]
"Isobel" Cinematography – Wood Pencil Won [67]
1998 "Bachelorette" Pop Promo Video with a budget over £40.000 – Yellow Pencil Won [68]
Homogenic Individual Compact Disks, Tapes and Record Sleeves – Wood Pencil Won [69]
2000 "All Is Full of Love" Direction – Black Pencil Won [70]
Cinematography – Yellow Pencil Won [71]
Animation – Yellow Pencil Won [72]
Special Effects – Yellow Pencil Won [73]
2003 "Nature Is Ancient" Animation – Wood Pencil Won [74]
2004 "Desired Constellation" Direction – Yellow Pencil Won [75]
"Unravel" Won [76]
"Pluto" Direction – Graphite Pencil Won [77]
"It's in Our Hands"
(Soft Pink Truth Mix)
Direction – Wood Pencil Won [78]
"Nameless" Won [79]
2005 "Triumph of a Heart" Direction – Yellow Pencil Won [80]
"Who Is It" Cinematography – Wood Pencil Won [81]
"Oceania" Animation – Wood Pencil Won [82]
2008 "Declare Independence" Art Direction – Graphite Pencil Won [83]
2009 "Wanderlust" Art Direction – Yellow Pencil Won [84]
Music Videos – Yellow Pencil Won [85]
Special Effects – Yellow Pencil Won [86]
2017 Making of Björk Digital Digital Installations – Wood Pencil Won [87]
Danish Music Awards 1994 Björk Best New International Act Won [88]
Best International Female Won
1996 Won
1998 Won
Edda Awards 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Won [89]
European Film Awards 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Won [14]
Jameson People's Choice Award for Best European Actress Won
Fantasporto 2000 "Hunter" Audience Choice Won [90]
"All Is Full of Love" Best Video Won
Faroe Islands International Minority Film Festival Awards 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Newcomer Actress Won [91]
GAFFA Awards (Denmark) 1993 Björk International Solo Artist of the Year Won [92]
[93]
Most Underrated Nominated
New Artist of the Year Won
Debut Album of the Year Nominated
"Human Behaviour" Video of the Year Won
1994 Björk International Solo Artist of the Year Won
1995 Won
1996 Nominated
1997 International Female Artist of the Year Won
Homogenic International Album of the Year Nominated
2001 Björk International Female Artist of the Year Won
2004 Won
Medúlla International Album of the Year Nominated
2007 Björk International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [94]
2011 Nominated [95]
"Crystalline" International Video of the Year Won
2015 Björk International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [96]
GAFFA Awards (Sweden) 2018 Utopia International Album of the Year Nominated [97]
Björk International Solo Artist of the Year Won
Geneva International Film Festival 2017 "Notget" VR work international competition Won [98]
Golden Globe Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Nominated [15]
[99]
"I've Seen It All" Best Original Song Nominated
Grammy Awards[b] 1994 "Human Behaviour" Best Music Video, Short Form Nominated [102]
1996 "It's Oh So Quiet" Nominated [103]
Post Best Alternative Music Performance Nominated
1998 Homogenic Nominated [104]
1999 "Bachelorette" Best Short Form Music Video Nominated [105]
2000 "All Is Full of Love" Nominated [106]
2001 "Overture" Best Pop Instrumental Performance Nominated [107]
"I've Seen It All" Best Pop Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying A Vocalist(s) Nominated
2002 Vespertine Best Alternative Music Album Nominated [108]
2005 "Oceania" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [109]
Medúlla Best Alternative Music Album Nominated
2008 Volta Nominated [110]
2013 Biophilia Nominated [111]
2016 Vulnicura Nominated [112]
2019 Utopia Nominated [113]
Hungarian Music Awards 2012 Biophilia International Alternative Album of the Year Nominated [114]
Icelandic Music Awards 1994 "Venus as a Boy" Song of the Year Nominated [5]
[115]
Debut Album of the Year Nominated
Björk Female Singer of the Year Won
Composer of the Year Nominated
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
1995 Female Singer of the Year Nominated [5]
1996 "Army of Me" Song of the Year Won [5]
[116]
"Isobel" Nominated
Post Album of the Year Won
Björk Band/Artist of the Year Won
Female Singer of the Year Won
Composer of the Year Won
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
1997 Female Singer of the Year Nominated [5]
1998 "Jóga" Song of the Year Won [5]
[117]
"Bachelorette" Nominated
Homogenic Album of the Year Won
Björk Artist of the Year Won
Female Singer of the Year Won
Composer of the Year Won
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
1999 Artist of the Year Won [5]
[118]
Female Singer of the Year Won
2000 Artist of the Year Won [5]
[119]
Female Singer of the Year Nominated
2002 "Pagan Poetry" Song of the Year Nominated [5]
[120]
Video of the Year Nominated
Vespertine Album of the Year Nominated
Björk Female Singer of the Year Won
Performer of the Year Nominated
2005 Medúlla Pop Album of the Year Nominated [5]
[121]
Björk Female Singer of the Year Nominated
"Oceania" Video of the Year Won
"Who Is It" Nominated
2006 Drawing Restraint 9 Alternative Album of the Year Nominated [122]
2008 Volta Nominated [123]
Björk Female Singer of the Year Won
Performer of the Year Won
2009 "Wanderlust" Video of the Year Won [124]
Björk Performer of the Year Nominated
2012 Biophilia Pop/Rock Album of the Year Nominated [125]
"Crystalline" Pop/Rock Song of the Year Nominated
Björk Pop, Rock, Jazz or Blues Female Singer of the Year Nominated
Pop, Rock, Jazz or Blues Performer of the Year Won
Biophilia Tour live at Harpa Musical Event of the Year Won
2013 "Mutual Core" Music Video of the Year Nominated [126]
2016 Vulnicura Pop Album of the Year Won [127]
"Stonemilker" Pop Song of the Year Nominated
Björk Female Singer of the Year Won
Songwriter of the Year Won
Producer of the Year Won
2018 Composer of the Year Nominated [128]
Utopia Pop Album of the Year Nominated
Album Art of the Year Nominated
2022 Björk Orkestral live at Harpa Musical Event of the Year Won [129]
IFPI Platinum Europe Awards 1996 Post Award Level 1 Won [130]
2001 Homogenic Won [131]
Imagina Prize 1999 "Hunter" Prix PIXEL-INA Vidéoclip Nominated [132]
2000 "All Is Full of Love" Prix PIXEL-INA Best Script Nominated [133]
International Dance Music Awards 1996 Björk Best Female Artist Won [134]
International Monitor Awards 2000 "All Is Full of Love" Best Special Effects in a Video Won [45]
Best 3D Animation Music Video Won
Italian Music Awards 2002 Björk Best International Female Artist Nominated [135]
Italian Music Prize 1996 Björk Female Artist of the Year Won [136]
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Nominated [137]
Best Female Newcomer Nominated
London Effects and Animation Festival Awards 2000 "All Is Full of Love" Music Videos Won [45]
2001 "Cocoon" Nominated [138]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2000 Selmasongs Best Music Nominated [139]
Lovie Awards 2011 Björk Lifetime Achievement Honoree [140]
Lunas del Auditorio 2012 Biophilia Tour live at Cumbre Tajín Alternative Performance Nominated [141]
Meteor Music Awards 2008 Volta Tour live at Electric Picnic Best International Live Performance Nominated [142]
Björk Best International Female Nominated
Mojo Awards 2007 Björk Inspiration Award Honoree [143]
MTV Digital Days 2015 "Stonemilker" Best Innovative Video Nominated [144]
MTV Europe Music Awards 1994 "Big Time Sensuality" Best Song Nominated [145]
Björk Best Female Nominated
1995 Won [6]
1996 Nominated [146]
1997 Nominated [147]
1999 "All Is Full of Love" Best Video Nominated [148]
2004 Björk Best Alternative Nominated [149]
MTV Video Music Awards 1993 "Human Behaviour" International Viewer's Choice Award — MTV Europe Nominated [150]
1994 Best Female Video Nominated [4]
Best New Artist in a Video Nominated
Breakthrough Video Nominated
Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
1995 "Army of Me" Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated [151]
International Viewer's Choice Award — MTV Europe Nominated
1996 "It's Oh So Quiet" Best Choreography in a Video Won [8]
Best Female Video Nominated
Breakthrough Video Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
International Viewer's Choice Award — MTV Europe Nominated
1998 "Bachelorette" Best Art Direction in a Video Won [10]
2000 "All Is Full of Love" Breakthrough Video Won [11]
Best Special Effects in a Video Won
2009 "Human Behaviour" Best Video (That Should Have Won a Moonman) Nominated [152]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2002 www.bjork.com Best Website Nominated [153]
2012 "Crystalline" Best Female Video Nominated [154]
Music Producers Guild Awards 2009 Björk The Joe Meek Award for Innovation in Production Nominated [155]
2011 Nominated [156]
2013 The MPG Innovation Award Honoree [22]
2016 International Producer of the Year Nominated [157]
Music Week Awards 2000 "All Is Full of Love" Best Art Direction in a Video Won [45]
Best Special Effects in a Video Won
Best Alternative Video Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
National Board of Review Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Outstanding Dramatic Music Performance Won [158]
New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Nominated [159]
NME Awards 1994 Björk Object of Desire Won [3]
Best Solo Artist Won
1998 Nominated [160]
2012 Biophilia Best Album Artwork Nominated [161]
Nordic Council Music Prize 1995 Björk Nordic Council Music Prize Nominated [162]
1997 Won
Nordic Music Prize 2012 Biophilia Best Nordic Album Nominated [163]
2016 Vulnicura Nominated [164]
2018 Utopia Nominated [165]
O Music Awards 2011 Björk Digital Genius Honoree [166]
Online Film Critics Society Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Nominated [167]
Best Breakthrough Performance Won
Selmasongs Best Original Score Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Female Breakthrough Performance Nominated [168]
Selmasongs Best Original Score Nominated
"I've Seen It All" Best Original Song Won
"New World" Nominated
Online Music Awards 2000 Björk Favorite Female Artist Won [169]
Sexiest Female Nominated
Favorite Tattooed Artist Won
www.bjork.com Best Official Site Nominated
2002 Best Artist Page Nominated [170]
2004 Best International Artist Page Won [171]
Order of the Falcon 1997 Björk Knight's Cross Honoree [30]
Ordre national du Mérite 2001 Björk Chevalier Honoree [31]
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2001 "I've Seen It All" Best Original Song Nominated [172]
Polar Music Prize 2010 Björk Polar Music Prize Honoree [173]
Portuguese Music Awards 1998 Björk Best International Artist Won [174]
Best Female Singer Won
Q Awards 2005 Björk Inspiration Award Honoree [175]
2007 "Earth Intruders" Best Video Nominated [176]
2011 Björk Greatest Act Of The Last 25 Years Nominated [177]
Qwartz Electronic Music Awards 2007 Björk Qwartz d'Honneur Honoree [178]
Rockbjörnen 1995 Björk Best International Female Won [179]
Rober Awards Music Poll 2015 Björk Best Female Artist Won [180]
Best Electronica Won
Vulnicura Album of the Year Won
"Stonemilker" Best Promo Video Won
2019 Björk Best Live Artist Nominated [181]
Robert Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [182]
Selmasongs Best Score Won
Russian Guild of Film Critics Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Foreign Actress Won [183]
Satellite Awards 2001 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Nominated [184]
"I've Seen It All" Best Original Song Won
Shortlist Music Prize 2002 Vespertine Best Album Nominated [185]
Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards 2000 Björk (for Dancer in the Dark) Best Actress Nominated [186]
UK Music Video Awards[c] 2008 "Wanderlust" Best Art Direction in a Video Won [188]
[189]
Best Indie/Alternative Video Won
Best Visual Effects in a Video Nominated
Video of the Year Won
2013 "Mutual Core" Best Visual Effects in a Video Nominated [190]
[187]
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
2017 "Notget" Best Interactive Video Nominated [191]
2018 "The Gate" Best Visual Effects in a Video Nominated [192]
"Utopia" Best International Alternative Video Nominated
"Arisen My Senses" Best Production Design In a Video Nominated
Björk Best Artist Nominated
Virgin Media Music Awards 2007 Björk Best Live Act Nominated [193]
VIVA Comet Awards 2001 Björk Viewers' Choice Award Nominated [194]
Webby Awards 2012 Björk Webby Artist of the Year Honoree [21]
2013 "Mutual Core" Online Film & Video — Music Nominated [195]
Online Film & Video — Music — People's Voice Won
Žebřík Music Awards 1995 Björk Best International Artist Nominated [196]
1996 Best International Female Nominated
1997 Won [197]
Best International Personality Nominated
Best International Surprise Nominated
1998 Best International Female Nominated
1999 Nominated
2000 Nominated
Best International Personality Nominated
2001 Nominated
Best International Female Won
Vespertine Best International Album Nominated
"Pagan Poetry" Best International Video Nominated
2002 Björk Best International Female Nominated
2003 Nominated
2004 Medúlla Best International Album Nominated [198]
"Oceania" Best International Song Nominated
2005 Björk Best International Female Nominated
2006 Nominated
2007 Nominated
2008 "Wanderlust" Best International Video Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ Björk's recordings have received two additional nominations, both of which were credited to the respective art directors and not to herself. At the 46th Annual Grammy Awards in 2004, Gabríela Friðriksdóttir, Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag were nominated in the Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package category for her boxset Family Tree.[100] Similarly, at the 2013 ceremony, Augustyniak and Amzalag won in the Best Recording Package category for Biophilia.[101]
  3. ^ At the 2013 ceremony, Andrew Thomas Huang won in the Best New Director category for his work on the "Mutual Core" video.[187]

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