Samson Young wins the inaugural Sigg Prize - 13 May 2020

Hong Kong-based artist Samson Young has won the inaugural Sigg Prize, which was established by M+ in 2018.  Formerly known as the Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA), it was founded by Uli Sigg in China in 1998. 

For more information, please see the attached press release by M+.

 

The attached photo shows Samson Young's installation:

Muted Situations #22: Muted Tchaikovsky's 5th

2018

HD video, eight-channel sound installation, and carpet

45 min

Courtesy of the artist

 

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