The Boghossian Foundation Prize – Lebanon is awarded annually in Beirut since the 2012. It aims to reward three young Lebanese artists in the artistic fields of painting, sculpture, photography, video, jewelry, design, dance and fashion design…

The Foundation Prize is awarded on the basis of the decisions of a jury composed of prominent figures of the artistic world and chaired by Albert Boghossian.

Each of the three winners shall receive a prize of 10,000 US$ as well as the opportunity of a stay in Brussels, at the “Inhabitation”, the artist’s residency and workshop of the Villa Empain. Travel and accommodation are provided by the Foundation.

Seeking to build bridges between East and West, the Foundation gives the winners visibility in Belgium and an opening to Europe.

Each winner shall offer one of his works to the Boghossian Foundation, thus, joining the teeming and remarkable contemporary art collection of the Foundation.

The Boghossian Foundation Prize 2016
Year: 2016

The laureates of the Boghossian Foundation Prize 2016 are Jacques Vartabedian (painting), Charbel Boutros (sculpture) and Danya Hammoud (choreography).

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The Boghossian Foundation Prize 2015
Year: 2015

Established in 1992, the Boghossian Foundation is committed to support many educational, urbanistic, artistic, and cultural projects in different countries.

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The Boghossian Foundation Prize 2014
Year: 2014

Established in 1992, the Boghossian Foundation is committed to support many educational, urbanistic, artistic, and cultural projects in different countries.

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The Boghossian Foundation prize 2013 – For young Lebanese artists
Year: 2013

Founded in 1992, the Boghosian Foundation is commited to supporting a number of educational, urban, artistic and cultural projects in a variety of countries.

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Workshop 2013
Year: 2013

Organised at the ALBA, the jewellery workshop was led by Nedda El-Asmar and Gisbert Stach.

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The Boghossian foundation Prize for young lebanese artists 2012
Year: 2012

In the field of jewellery, the jury made the decision to replace the 2012 prize with a workshop (22nd and 26th April) with the aim of stimulating the creativity and diversifying the means of inspiration of young Lebanese jewellers.

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