Philip Solms, Tomomi Yamakawa, Juliet Wagner, Claudia Orben, photo: Ian Waelder
Graduate Prize 2021
Nadia Perlov, Jardin Jadore, 2020, Videoinstallation; Lady Bug, 2020, 100 x 100 x 6 cm, Installation view, L’Esprit—Absolventenausstellung 2020, photo: Eike Walkenhorst
Graduate Prize 2020
Annette Hans, Kristin Reiman, Martin Engler, Jakob Brugge, Paula Kommoss, Jenny Nachtigall, Rebekka Seubert and Il-Jin Choi, Städel Garden, 2019
Graduate Prize 2019
Jack Heard, Städelschule, 2018
Graduate Prize 2018
Graduate Prize 2017
Anne Speier, Photo: Diana Pfammatter 2017
30 years of Portikus
Jubilee 200 Years Städelschule, Photo: Wolfgang Günzel, 2017
200 years of the Städelschule
Book Cover, 2017
Helke Bayrle
Anna Goetz and Stuart Middleton, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, 2016
Graduate prize 2016
Filippa Pettersson, Amy Ball, Don´t be a stranger (2015), Image © Camilo Brau
Amy Ball & Filippa Pettersson
Rosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD Video, color, sound, 9 minutes 48 seconds, Filmstill; Foto © Camilo Brau
Rosa Aiello & Cooper Jacoby
Building an Image Performance, Italian Cultural Institute New York, 2016
Letizia Calori & Violette Maillard
Luzie Meyer, The Balcony (2017), Filmstill
Luzie Meyer
Nadia Perlov, Jardin Jadore, 2020, Videoinstallation; Lady Bug, 2020, 100 x 100 x 6 cm, Installation view, L’Esprit—Absolventenausstellung 2020, photo: Eike WalkenhorstNadia Perlov, Jardin Jadore, 2020, Videoinstallation; Lady Bug, 2020, 100 x 100 x 6 cm, Installation view, L’Esprit—Absolventenausstellung 2020, photo: Eike Walkenhorst

Graduate Prize 2020

Graduate Prize

On the occasion of the graduate exhibition 2020 L'Esprit at the Portikus, Nadia Perlov received the graduate prize of the Städelschule Portikus e.V., endowed with € 2,000.

Nadia Perlov

b. 1990, Israel, class of Judith Hopf

Nadia Perlov is an interdisciplinary artist invested in cultural history and languages as well in its production, with a focus on the flow of migratory cultures, exploring their narratives and complex identities in relationship to politics, architecture and territory. Nadia Perlov draws lines between Jewish history and identity, and the cultural-political discourse of decolonization in Israel Palestine. In her work she uses video, narration, animation, collage, costume making, dance and music to look through broad historical movements. 

Jury

Nikola Dietrich (Direktorin Kölnischer Kunstverein), Christina Lehnert (Kuratorin Portikus), Laura von Leonhardi (Sammlung Pohl), Dr. Claudia Orben (Städelschule Portikus e.V.), Dr. Ana Pohl (Sammlung Pohl), Philip Solms (Städelschule Portikus e.V.), Prof. Yasmil Raymond (Rektorin Städelschule)

With support from Städelschule Portikus e.V.

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