Cartazini Biennial Art Award

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The Prix Cartazini is a prize in contemporary art, sponsored by the Paris based Gallery Cartazini and made since 1999. It is made every two years, on the odd years.

In 2009 the award will be for 20 000 euros and as such is one of the largest art awards in the visual arts sector.

History of the Prize[change | change source]

As a posthumous award[change | change source]

1999[change | change source]

Pino Pascali

2001[change | change source]

Jean-Michel Basquiat

As a closed/restricted award[change | change source]

2003[change | change source]

Philip Taaffe.

2005[change | change source]

Tyeb Mehta.

2007[change | change source]

Geoff Bunn.

As an open award[change | change source]

2009[change | change source]

Niamh O'Conchobhair

2011[change | change source]

Emma Fournier


Other websites[change | change source]