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The winners of the 2018 Prince Pierre Foundation awards have now been announced.
Musical Composition Prize
Thomas LARCHER for his work Symphony No. 2 Kenotaph (2016) – For orchestra
Young Music Fans’ Favourite Choice
Marko Nikodijevic for his work Absolutio (2016) – For orchestra
Maurizio Serra, for his entire body of work
Sébastien Ministru, for Apprendre à lire (Learning to Read), Le Courage series, Editions Grasset, January 2018
High School Students’ Favourite Choice
Emmanuelle Favier for Le courage qu’il faut aux rivières (The Courage Needed for Rivers), Albin Michel, August 2017
Prize for a Critical Essay on Contemporary Art
Jennifer Boyd for the publication: Skinned / Detouched.
Artistic work by Alice Channer, words by Jennifer Boyd.
Two volumes published by Eastside Projects (Birmingham) and Motto Books (Berlin), 2018.
Jean-Luc Marion for the entirety of his philosophical work.
This prize is awarded jointly by Philosophical Encounters of Monaco and the Prince Pierre Foundation.
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