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Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize 2017.At the intersection of art and innovation.

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The Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize

The Kapsch Group and the mumok (Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien) are awarding the Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize since 2016. Its aim is to promote young artists who live and work in Austria. The prize winner is given the chance to appear before an international audience for the first time. In addition, the winner receives a solo exhibition at the mumok as well as an associated publication.

An international jury consisting of mumok Director Karola Kraus, Georg Kapsch, CEO of Kapsch Group, Achim Hochdörfer, Director of the Brandhorst Museum in Munich, Eva Kernbauer, Professor for Art History at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Sylvie Liska, President of the Management Board of the Friends of the Secession, chose the prize winner from numerous entries this year.

Julian Turner

Prize winner 2017

"Julian Turner’s multimedia works impress with their relaxed and confident handling of the institutional conventions...

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About the artist

A social infiltration of the exhibition space

The artist Julian Turner, born in Hamburg in 1985, is the second winner of the Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize following Anna-Sophie Berger...

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About his work

Curator Marianne Dobner on the work of Julian Turner

"Planned imperfection“ is at the heart of Julian Turner’s multimedia works, in which he cites and humorously challenges...

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About Kapsch

Mindful of tradition – committed to the new

According to the motto “Mindful of tradition – committed to the new”, Kapsch has supported modern art and culture for roughly 25 years. In its more than 125-years of existence as a technology company, Kapsch has been dedicated to technological progress, often exploring new paths and always fostering innovation.

Kapsch views itself as an Austrian family-run company that also bears a responsibility for an open and diverse society. Supporting modern art is one expression of our social engagement. Because art makes our lives worth living, and this is why we must keep art alive. It was in this spirit that the “Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize” was established in 2016 in cooperation with the mumok.

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Kapsch is one of Austria’s most successful technology corporations. The globally positioned Group comprises four key entities: Kapsch TrafficCom, Kapsch BusinessCom, Kapsch CarrierCom and Kapsch PublicTransportCom. Kapsch Group makes a pro-active contribution to meeting today’s challenges as well as those of tomorrow. Its products and solutions offer intelligent mobility solutions for both public and private transportation in addition to leading the way to digitization in a multitude of application fields. Founded in 1892, the family-owned company headquartered in Vienna can look back on 125 years’ experience with the future. Year after year, Kapsch Group invests some 10% of its total revenue in research and development. This commitment ensures consistent innovation and implementation of new technologies for the benefit of the Group’s customers all over the world. The companies in Kapsch Group employ over 7,200 people at subsidiaries and branch offices around the world.

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About the mumok

The collection

The collection spans a range from the classical modern with works of cubism, futurism and surrealism to the art movements of the 1960s and 1970s: pop art, Fluxus and nouveau réalisme. The early 20th century is represented with paintings and sculptures by Henri Matisse, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Pablo Picasso and Alberto Giacometti, among others. Key works of pop art by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein can also be found in the collection, as can important pieces of the Fluxus movement, conceptual art and Viennese Actionism. In recent years, the mumok collection has been expanded with current pieces of film, video and photographic art.

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The Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (mumok) is the largest museum for modern and contemporary art in central Europe with an extensive collection of international art from the 20th century and the present. With presentations of works from its collection and exhibitions of contemporary art, the mumok offers visitors thrilling encounters with the art of our time on 4,500 m² in the historic heart of Vienna.

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