The winner of the GASAG Kunstpreis for 2016 has been announced: this year’s jury has selected the artist Andreas Greiner, born in Aachen in 1979, who is based in Berlin. The prize initiated by GASAG will be awarded for the fourth time this coming year in partnership with the Berlinische Galerie. Every two years, the partners take this opportunity to honour outstanding work at the interface between art, science and technology. Read more.
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