Nagrade | Awards
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Žiri za nagrade | Awards Jury


Robert Stor, predsednik | Robert Storr, president
Marketa Sepala | Marketta Seppälä
Ješa Denegri
Lidija Merenik
Jelena Trpković

 

Tri ravnopravne nagrade 47. Oktobarskog salona, dobili su Vlado Martek iz Zagreba, Zoran Naskovski iz Beograda i Sem Tejlor Vud iz Londona, dok je specijalnu nagradu dobio Endre Tot iz Madjarske.

Martek je nagradjen za radove iz ciklusa “Balkan, volim te” (1991-1993), Naskovski za instalaciju “Crno, crveno i belo”, Sem Tejlor Vud za video rad “Vaznesenje” (2003), a Tot, koji je dobio specijalnu nagradu, predstavio se radovima “Nade u ništa”, “Zero demo” i “Smrt u Dalasu”.

Muzej primenjene umetnosti (MPU) dodelio je nagradu finskoj umetnici Aino Kanisto za seriju fotografija “Bez naziva”, izloženih u Muzeju 25. maj i Javnom kupatilu Beograd. Priznanje podrazumeva organizovanje izložbe u MPU u naredne dve godine.

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Three awards were given ex aequo to Vlado Martek from Zagreb, Zoran Naskovski from Belgrade and Sam Taylor Wood from London, while Endre Tót from Hungary received a special award.

Martek was given the award for works from his cycle entitled “Balkans, I Love You” (1991-1993), Naskovski for the installation “Black, Red and White”, Sam Taylor Wood for the video work “Ascension” (2003), and Tót, the recipient of a special award, presented the works “Hopes in Nothing”, “Zero Demo” and “Death in Dallas”.

The Museum of Contemporary Art gave its award to the Finnish artist Aino Kannisto for the series of photographs “Unitled”, exhibited at the May 25th Museum and the Belgrade Public Bath. This award entails organising an exhibition of her work at the Museum of Contemporary Art sometime during the next two years.

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