Aeschlimann Corti-Scholarship 2018

Florine Leoni, Aysha Kevin Michele, 2017, Videostill ©Florine Leoni, Aurelio Buchwalder (Main Award)
Samuli Blatter, Strange Attractor 6.1–6.4, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018 (Promising Award)
Matthias Gabi, Repro (Tuningguide.ch 2013), 2018, Pigment Inkjet Print, framed, 72 x 102 cm, Courtesy of the Artist (Promising Award)
Nicolas Grand, The moms and dads, 2017, Öl und Farbstift auf Holz, 30 x 42 cm, Courtesy of the Artist (Promising Award)
Martin Jakob, Deployed Cubits, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Monument, 2017, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Nino Baumgartner, Total Ultimate, 2017, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Ivan Mitrovic, Gewitterstimmung / Wanderweg, 2017 / Euro Trash, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Tamara Janes, Poor Image iPhone Serie, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Alexander Jaquemet, x_I / Y_I, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Christoph Gugger, Ohne Titel, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Raphael Loosli, Wir heissen euch hoffen, 2017, Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Lorenzo Salafia, Instant Sculpture, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Eva Maria Gisler, Einlage / o.T., 2017, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Martina Böttiger, Der Morgen stirbt wie ein Tier, 2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018
Gabriela Weidemann, Fly your own flag, 2015–2018, Fotografie: Martina Flury Witschi, Kunsthaus Langenthal, 2018

Aeschlimann Corti-Scholarship 2018

The Aeschlimann Corti-Scholarship of the Bernese Art Society BKG is the most important private scholarship forvisual artists in Switzerland. Participation is open to artist until the age of 40 who live at least since one year in the canton of Berne or who are citizen of a community in the canton Berne. The exhibition at the Kunsthaus Langenthal shows the selected and award winning works of the competition in 2018.

Artists present in the exhibition:
Nino Baumgartner, Samuli Blatter, Martina Böttiger, Matthias Gabi, Eva Maria Gisler, Nicolas Grand, Christoph Gugger, Martin Jakob, Tamara Janes, Alexander Jaquemet, Milena & Valerie Keller, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Florine Leoni, Raphael Loosli, Ivan Mitrovic, Lorenzo Salafia, Anouk Tschanz, Gabriela Weidmann

Awards:
Main award: Florine Leoni
Promising awards: Matthias Gabi, Samuli Blatter and Nicolas Grand

Jury 2018:
Eva Inversini, jury-president
Brigit Bucher, BKG
Raffael Dörig, direktor Kunsthaus Langenthal
Christine Streuli, artist, Berlin
Jérôme Leuba, artist, Geneva

The exhibiton is supported by:
Louise Aeschlimann und Margareta Corti-Stiftung, Kanton Bern, Stadt Bern, Stadt Langenthal, Burgergemeinde Bern, Alex Wassmer (Präsident BKG 2004–13), Stiftung Temperatio.

Invitation card

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Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday

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