Art Prize Robert Schuman
LUXEMBOURG – METZ – SAARBRÜCKEN – TRIER
Cross-border art at Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken and Saarländisches Künstlerhaus
Opening on 19.11.2021
Exhibition period: 20.11.2021 - 09.01.2022
For Saarbrücken: Florian Huth, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Saarbrücken: Fritz Laszlo Weber, Unabgeschlossenes, 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
Natalie Brück, Words, 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Saarbrücken: Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Luxembourg: Sali Muller, Down the Rabbit Hole, 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Luxembourg: Julien Hübsch, write about my piece, 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Luxembourg: Jim Peiffer, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Luxembourg: Arny Schmit, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Metz: Stefania Crisan, The lost world, 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Metz: Ivda Montanavelli, non-titre (neánt), 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Metz: Carolina Fonseca, Terredad, 2019-2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Metz: Célia Müller, J'ai fait un rêve #1 & #2, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Trier: Paula Müller, Open Sesame Part 1, 2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Trier: Maria Steinmann, Mangelware, 2020, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Trier: Jonas Maas, Picture: Oliver Dietze
For Trier: Dyffort&Driesch, Summender Gräsergarten, 2015-2021, Picture: Oliver Dietze
The 15th Robert Schuman Art Prize goes to the German-Ghanaian artist Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah, nominated for Saarbrücken.
Watch a video preview of the Art Prize Robert Schuman 2021 exhibitions at the Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken and the Saarländischen Künstlerhaus.
Since 1991 the Art Prize Robert Schuman has provided a platform for contemporary art in the Greater Region. It is endowed with 10,000 euros. A jury of eight experts, consisting of two art and culture professionals from each city, will announce the winner on opening night.
Four cities from three countries in the Greater Region - Luxembourg, Metz, Saarbrücken and Trier - form the QuattroPole city network. As one of the cross-border projects, the Art Prize Robert Schuman connects the art scenes of those cities every second year.
They know their city, the artistic scene and current developments and trends - the curators of the cities of Luxembourg, Metz, Saarbrücken and Trier. As experts, they are located in the respective city. They each select four artists as representatives of the art scene.
The following artists have been nominated for the city of Luxembourg: Julien Hübsch (*1995), Sali Muller (*1981), Jim Peiffer (*1987) and Arny Schmit (*1959).
The artists appointed for Metz are Stefania Crisan (*1993), Carolina Fonseca (*1987), Célia Müller (*1992) and Ivda Montanavelli (*1998).
Nominated for Saarbrücken are the artists Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah (*1990), Natalie Brück (*1989), Florian Huth (*1980) and Fritz Laszlo Weber (*1990).