October 16, 2020 - Bureau des arts plastiques | Institut francais Deutschland - Open call for projects: PERSPEKTIVE
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October 16, 2020

Bureau des arts plastiques | Institut francais Deutschland

Left to right: Eike Becker, Monica Bonvicini, Hélène Guenin, Christina Landbrecht, Jean-Hubert Martin, Dominique Perrault.

Open call for projects: PERSPEKTIVE
German-French Fund for Contemporary Art & Architecture
December 1, 2020

fonds-perspektive.de
www.institutfrancais.de
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Open call for projects: PERSPEKTIVE
German-French Fund for Contemporary Art & Architecture
December 1, 2020

fonds-perspektive.de
www.institutfrancais.de
Facebook / Instagram

PERSPEKTIVE is a German-French fund for contemporary art and architecture that promotes artistic exchange between both countries. Initiated by the Bureau des arts plastiques of the Institut français Germany, the call has been announced every year since 2014. Exchange and dialogue are the main criteria: encounters between artists, architects, curators, critics, and art mediators from both countries will be selected for funding in order to facilitate the dissemination of ideas, works, and discourses across borders.

The open call is addressed to cultural institutions such as museums, art and architecture centers, art associations, architecture studios, and independent exhibition spaces in the fields of contemporary art or architecture in Germany or France.

Initiatives can apply for project funding starting October 1 until December 1, 2020. The application takes place once a year and projects must be implemented in the following year.

-PERSPEKTIVE’s funding is aimed at projects that focus on the exchange of knowledge and cooperation between cultural practitioners and promotes exhibitions as well as discursive formats such as conferences, symposia, and structures conducive to interaction such as festivals, mediation actions and performances.

-The funding is specifically aimed at French (or French-based) participants in Germany or German (or German-based) participants in France.

-The projects must be supported by a German or French organization. Projects from individuals as well as projects by or including students from (art) schools are not eligible for funding.

-PERSPEKTIVE funds a maximum of 50% of the total budget of the project.

An independent jury of German and French experts will select the winning projects. The announcement of projects to be supported by PERSPEKTIVE in 2020 will take place in February.

This year’s jury includes:

-Dominique Perrault, architect and city planner, Paris, who does us the honor of joining the jury for the first time this year,
-Eike Becker, architect, Berlin
-Monica Bonvicini, artist, Berlin
-Hélène Guenin, museum director at Musée d’Art moderne et d’Art contemporain, Nice
-Christina Landbrecht, art program director at Schering Foundation, Berlin
-Jean-Hubert Martin, curator, Paris

More information on the fund, selected past projects, jury members, and the application form is available at: www.fonds-perspektive.de.

Contact:
Bureau des arts plastiques
Marie Graftieaux – Director Bureau des arts plastiques
Stefanie Steps – Project Manager Bureau des arts plastiques

T +49 (0)30 590 03 92 44 | perspektive [​at​] institutfrancais.de
www.fonds-perspektive.de

The initiative is supported by the French Foreign Ministry, the French Ministry of Culture (DGCA and DGPAT), the Institut français in Paris, and the Goethe-Institut:

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