Visual and performance artist Rana Hamadeh is unanimously selected as the recipient of the Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2017..
A jury of six, chaired by Director of the Mondriaan Fund, Birgit Donker, awards the artist for a new instalment of her ongoing opera project The Ten Murders of Josephine.
Established in 1808 by Louis Napoleon, the Prix de Rome is The Netherlands’ most established and generous art award, which celebrates and supports artists under 40. The selected artist receives a EUR40,000 cash prize and a work station at the American Academy in Rome. Read More via ArtRadarJournal.