Fluxus Art Projects announces 2023 laureates

Zoe Williams, Ruffles, aftermath of performance commission
for artmonte-carlo 2019, set in the RIVA Tunnel.
Photo copyright © Boyer Manon

Fluxus Art Projects, which supports cross-country residencies, exhibitions and curatorial trips for France and UK-based artists and curators, has announced 18 projects for the first half of this year, after a twice-a-year open call.

The nine UK-based projects consist of work by artists Ranti Bam, Benoît Piéron and Katy’taya Catitu Tayassu, Clémentine Bedos, Paul Heintz, Atiéna R. Kilfa, Samir Laghouati-Rashwan, Randa Maroufi, Rayane Mcirdi, Valentin Noujaïm, and Diane Dal-Pra, who will exhibit their works in venues in the UK, including Liverpool Biennial, London’s Camden Art Centre and Edinburgh’s Collective.

Seven projects will be based in French venues, by artists Jeremy Deller, Hamish Fulton, Joanna Piotrowska, Zoe Williams and Rebecca Warren, Rebecca Bellantoni & Rowdy SS, and Roger Ackling, Liliane Lijn, Laure Vigna, Rose Wylie, Yemi Awosile, Pablo Bronstein, Rob Crosse, Julie Freeman, Jean-François Krebs, Trevor Mathison, Hugh Nicholson, Uriel Orlow, Susan Schuppli & Sara Trillo.

Also supported are two curatorial research trips by French curators Olivier Zeitoun and Flora Fettah.

Fluxus Art Projects have funded art projects since 2010, favouring ‘a taste for experimentation, parity, diversity, transgenerational choices.’ Among the past laureates of the Projects are Julien Creuzet, John Akomfrah and Kapwani Kiwanga, who have been selected respectively for the French, British and Canadian Pavilions at the upcoming 60th Venice Biennale in 2024.  

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