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An installation artwork includes a large screen in the centre of a darkened room. In front of the screen, several speakers are on the floor. A video is projected onto the screen, displaying an orchestra conductor, standing with his back against the viewer, facing a musical ensemble.

Sigg Prize

An installation artwork includes a large screen in the centre of a darkened room. In front of the screen, several speakers are on the floor. A video is projected onto the screen, displaying an orchestra conductor, standing with his back against the viewer, facing a musical ensemble.

Sigg Prize

Overview

Open to artists born or working in the Greater China region, the Sigg Prize recognises important artistic practices in the region and aims to highlight and promote diverse works on an international scale.

The six shortlisted artists for Sigg Prize 2023 are: Jes Fan (b. 1990, lives and works in Hong Kong and New York), Miao Ying (b. 1985, lives and works in New York), Wang Tuo (b. 1984, lives and works in Beijing), Xie Nanxing (b. 1970, lives and works in Beijing and Chengdu), Trevor Yeung (b. 1988, lives and works in Hong Kong), and Yu Ji (b. 1985, lives and works in Berlin).

The winner will be announced in early 2024.

Award Details

Winners & Finalists

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