Nemanja Popadic, Art & Science Alumni und Doktorand an der Angewandten, gewinnt
mit ihrem Kunstwerk "Knocking. Act II" in der Kategorie "Sculpture and Installation" den Mediterranean Contemporary Art Prize.
Die Angewandte gratuliert herzlich!
The inaugural Biennale "Mediterranean Contemporary Art Prize", in
the frame of "Matera - European Capital of Culture 2019", took place from 18.07. - 28.07.2019. in the breathtaking medieval
castle "Lagopesole" in Basilicata Region - Southern Italy. 73 artists from 26 countries were selected to present their works
at this prestigious event, divided into 5 categories.
As the only representative of Austria, Art&Science alumni and
PhD student Nemanja Popadic competed in the cathegory "Sculpture and Installation", where his artwork "Knocking. Act II" was
awarded the First Prize and a Golden medal."
offizielle Website: https://www.mcartprize.org/en/