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  • Sep 01, 2021

Installation Capturing Pandemic Wins 2021 Ithra Art Prize

Portrait of NADIA KAABI-LINKE. Image via Wikicommons.

On August 30, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) announced Tunis-born, Berlin-based conceptual artist Nadia Kaabi-Linke as the winner of the 4th Ithra Art Prize. Kaabi-Linke will receive USD 100,000 to realize her proposal for a large-scale installation, provisionally titled E Pluribus Unum – Modern Fossil. The work will be unveiled at the inaugural Ad-Diriyah Biennale, scheduled for December 7–March 7, 2022, before entering the permanent collection of Ithra.