Ceal Floyer awarded young artist's prize

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28 September 2007, Berlin (dpa) - One of Germany's richest awards for up and coming artists, the National Gallery Young Artist's Prize worth 50,000 euros (70,000 dollars), was awarded Friday to Ceal Floyer.

28 September 2007

Berlin (dpa) - One of Germany's richest awards for up and coming artists, the National Gallery Young Artist's Prize worth 50,000 euros (70,000 dollars), was awarded Friday to Ceal Floyer.

The blonde conceptual artist, 39, who was born in Karachi, Pakistan, has lived in London and is now based in Berlin. She mainly makes installations and video art which are on display at the city's Hamburger Bahnhof Museum.

The annual prize is awarded by the Friends of the National Gallery, a main Berlin museum.

DPA

Subject: German news

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