Mr. Aziz Hazara, Alumnus (2017 Batch) of UMISAA from Afghanistan among 21 finalists in Future Generation Art Prize

News Museum in Kiev, Ukraine - 5th August 2020


Mr Aziz Hazara, is a SAF Scholar graduated in Fine Arts from UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute  of South Asian Arts (UMISAA), Beaconhouse National University, Lahore, Pakistan in 2017 . Mr Aziz Hazara is an interdisciplinary artist based in Kabul and Ghent. He works across mediums including photography, video, sound, language programming, text and multimedia installations, exploring questions of identity, memory, archive, conflict, surveillance and migration in the context of power relations, geopolitics and the panopticon. He has the distinction of exhibiting his creations  nationally and internationally.

About the prize

The biannual Future Generation Art Prize is the only prize for the young generation of artists with a global dimension and guided by an open, free, and democratic application process (online). Supported by an eminent board, distinguished jury, and outstanding selection committee, the Prize brings together the best of the art world to champion a new generation of artists.
Together with its award of $100,000 and commitment to commission new works, the Prize sustainably supports artists around the globe.

With a network of over 60 partner platforms and 400 correspondents all over the world, the Prize benefits from its unique partners who work as ambassadors and encourage artists to apply for the prize.

Mr Aziz Hazara is among 21 finalists for the 6th edition of the Future Generation Art Prize, selected from over 11,700 entries received from almoust 200 countries as announced by PinchukArtCentre 

 Source: Future Generation Art Prize

List of finalist