The Centre Pompidou hosts the 21st edition of the Prix Marcel Duchamp
The Centre Pompidou is hosting the 21st edition of the Prix Marcel Duchamp and presenting the works and installations of four artists who were nominated on 7 January 2021.
Established in 2000 to showcase the creative vibrancy of the French art scene, the Prix Marcel Duchamp rewards the most representative artists of their generation and promotes the current diversity of French production internationally. This long-standing partnership between the ADIAF (Association for the International Dissemination of French Art) and the Centre Pompidou is firmly committed to presenting the French scene to the broadest possible audience and to reinforcing our support for these artists in a context that is particularly marked by the pandemic.
Chosen by an international jury, the name of the winner of the 2021 edition will be revealed on Monday, October 18.