The Sigg Prize is a biennial award that recognises outstanding practices of artists born or working in the Greater China region. The prize is a platform to highlight and promote on an international scale the important work and discussions taking place here. For this inaugural edition, an international jury has selected six shortlisted artists to participate in the Sigg Prize 2019 exhibition before the winner is announced in May 2020.
- Catalogue published to accompany the Sigg Prize 2019 exhibition, on view at the M+ Pavilion
- Richly illustrated, with in-depth conversations between curators Pi Li and Isabella Tam and the six artists shortlisted for the prize: Hu Xiaoyuan, Liang Shuo, Lin Yilin, Shen Xin, Tao Hui, and the winner Samson Young
- Contemporary interpretation of traditional Chinese book design
- Printed and bound in Hong Kong
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Format: Softcover with slipcase, 200 pages
Dimensions: 19 x 26 cm
Languages: English and Traditional Chinese
Editors: Pi Li and Isabella Tam, with Ariadne Long
Published by M+, Hong Kong, 2020