Marcel Duchamp Prize  

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The Marcel Duchamp Prize (in French : Prix Marcel Duchamp) is an annual award given to a young artist. The winner receives €35,000 personally and up to €30,000 in order to produce an exhibition of their work in the Modern Art museum (Centre Georges Pompidou). The prize is named after the artist Marcel Duchamp.

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2000/2001

Winner

Thomas Hirschhorn

Nominees

2002

Winner

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

Nominees

2003

Winner

Mathieu Mercier

Nominees

2004

Winner

Carole Benzaken

Nominees

2005

Winner

Claude Closky

Nominees

2006

Winner

Philippe Mayaux

2007

Winner

Tatiana Trouvé

Nominees

2008

Winner

To be announced

Nominees




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