OHO Award

The OHO Award was established in 2005 by the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute in collaboration with the Foundation for a Civil Society and with the support of the New York based Trust for Mutual Understanding. The aim of the OHO Award is to support young visual artists and to take them from a marginal social position to a more central role in society, with an emphasis on a positive context based on openness and creativity.

The international expert jury,  Katerina Mirović  (curator, Ljublana), Jože Barši (ALUO, Ljubljana), Dalibor Martinis (artist, Zagreb), Miran Mohar (artist, Ljubljana) awarded Tomaž Furlan.

As stated by the jury, Furlan’s works emphasize the entering of social environment into the private space, beside this they reveal and problematize social circumstances in an original way.

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