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Sustainability POSITIONS Berlin: Berlin Hyp’s Advancement Award

Social commitment is a special obligation for use. This also involves supporting modern art. We want to promote young talents – and what could be better for this in Berlin than cooperation with the art fair POSITIONS BERLIN?

During the BERLIN ART WEEK, POSITIONS BERLIN presents international galleries and project rooms with their most exciting newcomers. Amongst other things, this special forum provides art school graduates the opportunity after their transition from student life to artistic independence to present their work to a large public interested in art and gain initial experience of the art market.

Since 2012, we present the Advancement Award together with POSITIONS BERLIN. The respective winners can present their works in an individual exhibition in Berlin Hyp’s exhibition rooms in the subsequent year.

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Award winners 2017

The fourth POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair was held in the 6,500 sqm Arena Berlin. From 14 to 17 September 2017, the art fair showcased 84 selected international galleries from 15 countries and their finest contemporary and modern art offerings.

In 2017, artists were once again selected for an award and an individual show of their work at Berlin Hyp in 2018. 
POSITIONS Berlin and a bank jury made up of five employees from various departments chose:

Carolin Gasse (*1992), whose work was presented by the gallery marke.6, and the works of Marion Eichmann (*1974), shown by Galerie TAMMEN & PARTNER.

The award ceremony was held on Sunday 17 September 2017 at 1 pm at POSITIONS Berlin.

We are very pleased to be able to present the work of these two promising newcomers at the bank in the coming year.

All previous winners at a glance

2016: Peter Ruehle
2015: Franziska Stünkel, Tessa Wolkersdorfer, Nina Hannah Kornatz and Wolfgang Ganter
2014: Angelika Arendt and Olrik Kohlhoff
2013: Karolin Back, Jessica Schäfer and Johan Schäfer
2012: Andrej Pirrwitz and Sara Möbius

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