The Foundation supports the Prix Marcel Duchamp

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Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020
Kapwani Kiwanga, "Flowers for Africa : Tunisia", 2014, view of the exhibition "A Time for New Dreams", Serpentine Galleries, London, 2019 © readsreads.info / courtesy the artist and galerie Poggi, Paris
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Alice Anderson, "Chromatiques Aléatoires", 2020, courtesy of the artist
Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020
Enrique Ramírez, "Incertains", 2020, view of the exhibition of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020, Centre Pompidou, Paris, courtesy the artist and Michel Rein, Paris/Brussels
Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020
Hicham Berrada, "Présage, SiO2", 2020, view of the exhibition of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020, Centre Pompidou, Paris © ADAGP Hicham Berrada
Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020
The nominated: Alice Anderson, Enrique Ramírez, Kapwani Kiwanga, Hicham Berrada © Manuel Braun
The Prix Marcel Duchamp is awarded each year to a French artist or an artist living in France and working in the field of the plastic and visual arts. As part of its close involvement with contemporary creation in all its forms, since 2008 the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès has been a dedicated supporter of this prize, which is amongst the leading accolades in the field of contemporary art.

In the year 2000, the ADIAF (Association pour la Diffusion Internationale de l’Art Français) created the Prix Marcel Duchamp. By honouring a French artist or an artist living in France, active in the fields of plastic and visual arts and representative of their generation, the ADIAF aimed to raise the profile of French artistic creativity on the international scene. 

A hugely successful initiative, the Prix Marcel Duchamp has become a reference in the field of contemporary art. Over the years, the artistic practices of the laureates and nominees – four in total each year – have come to form a unique panorama of contemporary creativity in France, in all its vitality and diversity.

The Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne accompanies this prize, which has also been supported by private collectors since its founding. Since 2016, this public partnership has been reinforced through the decision to grant each of the nominated artists a personal exhibition at the Centre Pompidou.

Lili Reynaud Dewar has been awarded the 2021 Prix Marcel Duchamp for her project  Rome, 1er et 2 novembre 1975, a powerful video installation that recounts the final moments of the Italian film-maker and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975). On four near-synchronous screens, twenty-four people of various nationalities take turns embodying different protagonists in the two fateful days prior to Pasolini’s assassination, in a simultaneous distancing and reappropriation of his political thought. Lili Reynaud Dewar lives and works in France, where she was born in 1975.

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The Prix Marcel Duchamp is awarded each year to a French artist or an artist living in France and working in the field of the plastic and visual arts.
Since 2008, the Foundation has supported this prize, which has become one of the leading accolades in the field of contemporary art.
Over the years, the artistic practices of the laureates and nominees have come to form a unique panorama of contemporary creativity in France.

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Finalists of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 

2021 : Lili Reynaud Dewar
2020 : Kapwani Kiwanga
2019: Éric Baudelaire
2018: Clément Cogitore
2017: Joana Hadjithomas et Khalil Joreige 
2016: Kader Attia
2015: Melik Ohanian
2014: Julien Prévieux
2013: Latifa Echakhch
2012: Daniel Dewar et Grégory Gicquel
2011: Mircea Cantor
2010: Cyprien Gaillard
2009: Sâadane Afif
2008: Laurent Grasso
2007: Tatiana Trouvé
2006: Philippe Mayaux
2005: Claude Closky
2004: Carole Benzaken
2003: Mathieu Mercier
2002: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
2000: Thomas Hirschhorn

Prix Marcel Duchamp 2021

Nominated artists are:

Julian Charrière
Isabelle Cornaro
Julien Creuzet
Lili Reynaud-Dewar

Exhibition of the four finalists and the winner of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2021, from 07/10/2021 to 04/01/2022.

Centre Pompidou
Place Georges-Pompidou
75004 Paris

www.centrepompidou.fr

Association pour la Diffusion Internationale de l'Art Français

www.adiaf.com

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