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Baloise Art Prize: Third and fourth gift to Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin

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Friday, September 23, 2022

Baloise donates works by Xinyi Cheng, winner of the Baloise Art Prize 2019, and Cameron Clayborn, winner of the Baloise Art Prize 2021, to the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum fr Gegenwart.

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  • Baloise donates works by Xinyi Cheng, winner of the Baloise Art Prize 2019, and Cameron Clayborn, winner of the Baloise Art Prize 2021, to the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum fr Gegenwart.
  • Over 20 years ago, two talented young artists were awarded the Baloise Art Prize for the first time.
  • In addition, Baloise acquires works of art by the prize winners and donates them to two important European museums; currently the MUDAM (Muse dArt Moderne Grand-Duc Jean) in Luxembourg and the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum fr Gegenwart in Berlin.
  • His works can be seen at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum fr Gegenwart in Berlin until 22 January 2023.

EQS-News: 22nd Baloise Art Prize awarded at Art Basel 2021

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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

The Baloise Art Prize has been awarded to Hana Mileti and Cameron Clayborn.

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  • The Baloise Art Prize has been awarded to Hana Mileti and Cameron Clayborn.
  • The prize of CHF 30,000.- will be presented at the Statements sector of Art Basel by a jury of international experts.
  • Her process itself, the slow and attentive act of weaving, meaningfully echoes the deeper task we are all engaged in.
  • Thus seesawing between distance and closeness, solidity and fragility, Clayborn informs his work with great vitaliy and an impressive physical presence.

EQS-News: Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel 2021

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Tuesday, September 7, 2021

The same idea of sponsorship is also paramount in the company's commitment to art - through acquisitions for its own collection and in the form of the Baloise Art Prize, awarded each year to two young and emerging artistic talents.

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  • The same idea of sponsorship is also paramount in the company's commitment to art - through acquisitions for its own collection and in the form of the Baloise Art Prize, awarded each year to two young and emerging artistic talents.
  • The two awards, which include a cash prize of CHF 30,000 each, are presented in the Statements sector of the Art Basel fair by a jury made up of renowned art specialists.
  • During Art Basel 2021 (24-26.9.2021), the Baloise Studio will present all the winners and their works in Hall 2.2.
  • The decision of the jury will be announced at the Art Basel media conference, Tuesday, 21 September, 2021, 2 p.m.