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As a registered non-profit organization, PRAXES raised 100% of its capital through grants from foundations, national or regional funding bodies, and private and corporate support.


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Sven Anderson
Mette Bakke
Nina Beier
Melanie Bergmann
Signe Borker Bjerre
Ed Burrell
Cecilia Canziani
Harmen van Dijk
Brian Edlefsen Lasch
Line Ellegaard
Eli Entin
Ove Gaardboe
Fabrice Grinda
Desmond Hall
Geir Haraldseth
Jette Teglmand & Niels Peter Haugaard
Stine Hebert
Andrew Hoag
Yngve Holen
Judith Hopf
Doreen Huber
Louise Bugge Jacobsen
Linn Hoff Jensen
Anne Mikél Jensen
Jesper Juul
Lena König
Johan Kramer
Mathias Kryger
Matthieu Labour
Carmen Lazos
Magdalena Magiera
Impress Media
Heike Mertens
Zoë Claire Miller
John Monteith
Sidsel Nelund
Louise Haugaard Nielsen
Niels M.L. Pedersen
Jesi Khadivi & Heidi Rabben
Alicia Reuter & the Berlin Art Prize
Janine Sack
Amol Sarva
Valeria Schulte-Fischedick
Fabian Siegel
Hugo Suidman
Iben Friis Sørensen
Trine Friis Sørensen
Kenneth Varpe
Pelle Vehreschild
Renate Wagner
Ursula Wynhoven
As a registered non-profit organization, PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art gUG raised 100% of its capital through grants from foundations or national funding bodies, private and corporate donations.

Funding bodies backing PRAXES’s program over the last years include Schering Stiftung, The Danish Arts Council, Culture Ireland; The Dutch Embassy, Berlin; The Italian Cultural Institute, Berlin; The Irish Embassy, Berlin; and Nordic Culture Fond.

In May–June 2014, we raised 15,840 € for Cycle 3 via a 3-week fundraiser—a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.
See the campaign film about PRAXES via the link here and the list of supporters in the right column.
 
We are incredibly grateful for everyone’s help and support.

Thank you!
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PRAXES
Center for Contemporary Art
Alexandrinenstraße 118-121
10969 Berlin
Opening hours:
Wednesday – Sunday  
13:00–18:00
Free admission
P R A X E S
supporters of cycle 3