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PRICE BULLUKIAN
LAUNCH OF THE 2017 EDITION OF THE BULLUKIAN PRIZE
 
Call for submissions : until December 20th, 2017 ! 
 

This Bullukian Prize rewards the work of a visual artist through the creation and support of an original exhibition project. With a total value of 25,000 euros, it includes both a production grant, the organization and promotion of a personal exhibition of the winner at the Bullukian Foundation and the publication of a catalog.

 

The Prize is open to artists of all ages and nationalities, working in all art forms

For any further information, thanks to send your questions to prixbullukian@gmail.com
 
 
 


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THE BULLUKIAN PRIZE

Created in 2011, the Bullukian Prize aims to reward the work of a plastic artist through the production and support of an original exhibition project. The prize is awarded every two years by an independant jury, composed by professionals from the world of art. 
 





  
  
PREVIOUS EDITIONS
 
 
2015 EDITION
Julie CHAFFORT, prizewinner of the Bullukian Prize in 2015
 
 
 

2013 EDITION
Linda SANCHEZ, prizewinner of the Bullukian Prize in 2013


In 2013, the members of the jury rewarded the artist Linda Sanchez for her project "From the water drop to runoff, poetic of a course".

Linda Sanchez was born in 1983 in Thonon-les-Bains. She actually lives and works in Lyon.


 


2011 EDITION
Jérémy Gobé, first winner of Bullukian prize


The 2011 Bullukian Prize for Contemporary Art was awarded to Jérémy Gobé for his “Monument aux Mains” exhibition.
 
"Monument aux mains" is an exhibition based around three groups of people: the employees of a closing down factory, the artist’s family, and the inhabitants of a city. It is a case of salvaging materials, and, through repeated action and time, transforming them into sculptures.

As a graduate of both the École Nationale supérieure d’art in Nancy and the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs in Paris, Jérémy Gobé’s work often deals with the themes of manual work and the passing of knowledge, through the use of salvaged materials and repetition.