The ADIAF—that’s the Association for the International Diffusion of French Art—has announced the nominees for its annual Marcel Duchamp Prize, which awards a young artist working in France with €35,000 ($46,800) and a show at the Centre Pompidou. This year’s nominees are as follows:
The award will be presented during the FIAC art fair in Paris on Oct. 26. Past winners of the prize include Thomas Hirschhorn (2000), Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster (2002), Tatiana Trouvé (2007) and Cyprien Gaillard (2010), who currently has a show at MoMA PS1.
This year’s jury is made up of seven international curators, museum directors, artists and collectors:
Bernhard Mendes Bürgi, director of the Kunstmuseum Basel
Gilles Fuchs, president of ADIAF
Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, artist
Alfred Pacquement, director of the Centre Pompidou
Giovanni Springmeier, collector
Poul Erik Tojner, director of the Louisiana Museum in Copenhagen
Sylvie Winckler, collector
In the spring, the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Libourne will present a show of the nominated artists’ work.