Villa Massimo visits Stuttgart — 18 artists, 8 locations Summer of the Arts
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Summer of the Arts. Villa Massimo visits Stuttgart

For the first time ever, the German cultural institution Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo is presenting itself in Baden-Württemberg in collaboration with eight partners from Stuttgart. Two academic classes—eighteen winners of the German Rome Prize from the classes of 2022–2023 and 2023–2024—will present works they created either in Rome or especially for the exposition in Stuttgart, in exhibitions, concerts, and readings at various institutions as well as in public spaces.

The winners of the Rome Prize 2022–2023 and 2023–2024:
Ondřej Adámek (composer), Olga Martynova (writer), Yael Bartana (visual artist), Bjørn Melhus (visual artist), Oscar Bianchi (composer), Marko Nikodijević (composer), Susanne Brorson (architect), Katerina Poladjan (writer), Danica Dakić (visual artist), Arne Rautenberg (writer), Liza Dieckwisch (visual artist), Marcus Schmickler (composer), Manaf Halbouni (visual artist), Alfredo Thiermann (architect), SOWATORINI Landschaft (landscape architect), Stefan Vogel (visual artist), Kristof Magnusson (writer), Fabian A. Wagner (architect)

On view in the rooms of the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart are works by Danica Dakić, Liza Dieckwisch, and Stefan Vogel.

The Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo operates under the authority of the German Federal Ministry of Cultural Affairs and Media. The “Rompreis (Rome Prize) is the most important award granted to German artists or artists living in Germany for study abroad. The institution was founded in 1910 by Eduard Arnhold, a Jewish citizen of Prussia who acquired the property and subsequently donated it to the Prussian state.

  • In cooperation with
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    Architekturgalerie am Weißenhof Stuttgart
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    Logo Literaturhaus Stuttgart
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    Logo Musik der Jahrhunderte
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    Logo Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
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    Logo Städtebau-Institut
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    Logo Universität Stuttgart
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    Logo Weissenhofmuseum
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    Logo Freunde der Weissenhofsiedlung e.V.

Thank You.

  • Supported by
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    Logo Baden Württemberg Stiftung
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    Logo Kulturstiftung der Länder
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    Logo Ministerium für Wissenscahft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg