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( Exhibition )

  • <p>Installation view Markues, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 01 of 08

    Installation view Markues, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view with works by Ana Alenso and Nina Kurtela, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 02 of 08

    Installation view with works by Ana Alenso and Nina Kurtela, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view Monika Grabuschnigg, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 03 of 08

    Installation view Monika Grabuschnigg, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view Alanna Lynch, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 04 of 08

    Installation view Alanna Lynch, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view Lorenzo Sandoval, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 05 of 08

    Installation view Lorenzo Sandoval, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view Nina Wiesnagrotzki, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 06 of 08

    Installation view Nina Wiesnagrotzki, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view Arthur Debert, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 07 of 08

    Installation view Arthur Debert, photo: Anastasia Muna

  • <p>Installation view Doireann O’Malley, photo: Anastasia Muna</p> 08 of 08

    Installation view Doireann O’Malley, photo: Anastasia Muna

The exhibition of works by all 2018 nominees took place at The Shelf in Kreuzberg from September 1–28, 2018.

The three winners of the Berlin Art Prize 2018 were announced live and for the first time at the closing of the exhibition, during a celebratory award ceremony at midnight on Friday, September 28. Artist Zuzanna Czebatul created the trophies for the prize. The three winners, all in equal standing, were additionally honored with a one-month residency in Marrakesh, as well as prize money.

The fifth edition of the Berlin Art Prize was generously supported by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds.