The Prix Marcel Duchamp Prize was created in 2000 by the ADIAF. Its ambition is to honour a French artist or artist residing in France, representative of his or her generation and working in the field of the plastic and visual arts: installation, video, painting, photography, sculpture... In keeping with the essential artist after whom it is named, this prize wishes to bring together the most innovative artists of their generation on the French scene and encourage all of the new artistic forms, thereby stimulating creation. Unique of its kind, this collector’s prize allows a new generation of artists to benefit from a structure which encourages their recognition, gives greater visibility to their works and helps promote their international career.
This book presents the works of the 2020 edition nominees:
- Alice Anderson is a performing artist who studies movement and questions the place of the body and its relationship with the world;
- Hicham Berrada works on the association between intuition and knowledge, science and poetry;
- It is through installations, performances, videos or sound works that the artist Kapwani Kiwanga articulates his work between fiction and documentary.
- Enrique Ramirez tackles in a poetic way, through video, photography and installation, committed subjects linked to his personal journey, while retaining a certain universality, such as immigration, memory or history.
Paris, Centre Pompidou, October 2020 - January 2021
Outside of Time
Ángeles Alonso Espinosa