Sparda Art Prize 2022 Kubus
Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

Kubus. Sparda Art Prize 2022

The "Kubus. Sparda Art Prize" has been awarded every two years since 2013. The prize honours an outstanding achievement in the field of visual arts. It is aimed at artists who were born in Baden-Württemberg or who have a close connection to the state through their artistic work.

In 2022, the prize will once again have an overarching theme. After painting (2017) and photography (2019), the focus this time is on contemporary sculpture, which will be presented in all its diversity in the exhibition.

Nominated for the "Kubus. Sparda Art Prize" 2022 are:

  • Ulla von Brandenburg (*1974 in Karlsruhe)
  • Camill Leberer (*1953 in Kenzingen)
  • Ülkü Süngün (*1970 in Istanbul)

The three artists will exhibit their works in their own rooms at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart from 24 September 2022 to 8 January 2023. The selection jury consisted of: Dr Brigitte Franzen (Director Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Frankfurt), Peter Gorschlüter (Director Museum Folkwang, Essen), Johan Holten (Director Kunsthalle Mannheim), Dr Ulrike Groos (Director Kunstmuseum Stuttgart) and Dr Sabine Gruber (Deputy Director Kunstmuseum Stuttgart and curator of the exhibition).

  • Ülkü Süngün
    Kubus. Sparda Art Prize 2022: Ülkü Süngün
    Kubus. Sparda Art Prize 2022: Ülkü Süngün
  • Ulla von Brandenburg
    Kubus. Sparda- Art Prize 2022: Ulla von Brandenburg
    Kubus. Sparda- Art Prize 2022: Ulla von Brandenburg
  • Camill Leberer
    Kubus. Sparda Art Prize 2022: Camill Leberer
    Kubus. Sparda Art Prize 2022: Camill Leberer

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