3rd International André Evard Prize for Concrete Constructive Art

07/27/2013 – 10/27/2013

With the International André Evard Prize, the messmer art gallery presented one of the world’s most important exhibitions for concrete-constructive art for the third time. The art prize, endowed with 10,000 euros, is advertised every 3 years and bears the name of the Swiss artist André Evard (1876-1972), one of the pioneers of concrete-constructive painting.

The 2013 winner was the Japanese artist Tatsushi Kawanabe . The award ceremony took place on October 27th, 2013 in the presence of the artist and his professor Diet Sayler from the Nuremberg Art Academy.

Tastsuhis Kawanabe: Preisträger des 3. Internationalen André Evard Preis

700 artists from 35 countries entered the competition for the 3rd International Evard Prize. 88 artist positions were finally selected and presented in a group exhibition.

A renowned expert jury decides on the winner of the prize. The 2013 jury consisted of the collector and museum founder Marli Hoppe-Ritter, Ewald Karl Schrade, gallery owner and initiator of Art Karlsruhe, and the mathematician and curator Prof. Dietmar Guderian.

As part of the exhibition, an audience prize was again awarded, which went to the Swiss artist Peter Somm.

A catalog with biographical information and statements by the participating artists will accompany the exhibition.