37. HAMBURGER ARBEITSSTIPENDIEN FÜR BILDENDE KUNST
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In cooperation with the Deichtorhallen Hamburg, the twenty artists who received a work grant for fine arts from the Authority for Culture and the Media in 2018 and 2019 will gain an exciting insight into the art-interested audience in the Falckenberg Collection in Harburg give artistic creation. This means that two grades of scholarship holders are once again exhibiting their work in a joint exhibition after the end of the scholarship period.
The Hamburg Work Scholarships for Fine Arts were established in 1981 to give visual artists a start on their way to their professional future after completing their training. Since then, the scholarships have been used to select ten Hamburg artists each year from expert juries, whose work shows a particularly worthwhile, independent and innovative approach and outstanding artistic potential.
Born 2018: Angela Anzi, Andrea Becker-Weimann, Maya Connors, Jenny Feldmann, Anna Grath, Eva Könnemann, Franziska Opel, Volker Renner, Stella Rossié and Jenny Schäfer.
Vintage 2019: Farideh Jamshidi, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann, Mona Herrmann, Magdalena Los, Marko Mijatovic, Fion Pellacini, Judith Rau, Pablo Schlumberger, Saskia Senge and Goscha Steinhauer.
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