International jury has chosen four finalists for the Oskár Čepan award

Laureate will be announced on November 13.

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The finalists of the 25th Annual Oskár Čepan Award are Ludmila Hrachovinová, Daniela Krajčová, Kristián Németh and Jozef Pilát. This decision was made by an international jury.

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The award is given to artists younger than 40 years of age who have engaged the public through a portfolio of visual artwork. The laureate should be announced on November 13.

The international jury evaluated the portfolios of 35 artists, and the choice was made based on the artist's consistency, will to explore, precision, humour and creative ambition.

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For the first time in 25 years in the history of the prize, the experts of the jury met online.

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