Endowment: 4,000 euros
For each Austrian graphic design competition, a catalog is published with the winning sheets, which are also presented to the public in an exhibition at the Galerie im Taxispalais.
What is supported?
Works of all graphic techniques including new media are promoted.
Who awards the prize?
The City of Innsbruck awards the prize every two years as part of the Austrian Graphic Design Competition. The Austrian Graphic Arts Competition was founded on an idea of the Tyrolean artist Paul Flora and has been successfully organized by the province of Tyrol since 1952.
How do I apply?
The call for entries is issued by the Province of Tyrol and is organized by Taxispalais Kunsthalle Tirol.
Who can apply?
- have Austrian citizenship or
- have been permanent residents of Austria for at least 5 years or
- Artists from the Autonomous Province of Bolzano/South Tyrol.
What can be submitted?
Works of all graphic techniques including new media are admitted:
- digital graphics in the form of prints
The only image carrier is paper.
Excluded from the competition are works on supports such as stone, ceramics, glass and similar materials, as well as pure photography and sculptural works.
Who decides on the award?
An international jury will select the eight best graphic works from all submissions, each of which will be awarded with differently endowed prizes. One of the eight selected works will be awarded the City of Innsbruck Prize for Graphic Arts.
Previous award winners
Last updated 02.10.2023