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CAROLE BENZAKEN WINNER OF THE MARCEL DUCHAMP PRIZE 2004

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CAROLE BENZAKEN WINNER OF THE MARCEL DUCHAMP PRIZE 2004

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Centre Pompidou Direction de la Communication 75191 Paris cedex 4 directeur Jean-Pierre Biron
attachée de presse Anne-Marie Pereira téléphone 00 33 01 44 78 40 69 télécopie 00 33 01 44 78 13 02 e-mail anne-marie.pereira@cnac-gp.fr
CAROLE BENZAKENWINNER OF THE MARCEL DUCHAMP PRIZE 2004
8 DECEMBER 2004 – 7 FEBRUARY 2005 ESPACE 315, LEVEL 1
From 8 December 2004 – 7 February 2005 and in partnership with the Association for the International Dissemination of French Art (ADIAF), the Centre Pompidou is presenting the fourth Marcel Duchamp Prize. This year's winner is Carole Benzaken. Focused on the creative scene in France, the Prize is awarded by a jury made up of well-known figures from the art world, collectors and curators.
Following the winners of the first three Prizes – Thomas Hirshhorn, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Mathieu Mercier – Carole Benzaken is the creator of a huge set of works bearing the umbrella title "Search for the New Land" (2004). The work will be on show in the Centre Pompidou's new Espace 315 exhibition area.
The jury for this year's Marcel Duchamp Prize stressed the originality of Carole Benzaken's pictorial œuvre. Born in Grenoble, this contemporary artist has shown widely in galleries and museums in Europe and the United States. While primarily a painter, she works in a similar vein to a new generation of artists – already recipients of the Marcel Duchamp Prize – with an interest in multimedia techniques.
Curator: JeanPierre Bordaz curator at the Centre Pompidou
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