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Yto Barrada was named the winner of the 2015 Abraaj Group Art Prize (AGAP) Tuesday, based on a proposal for a piece to be realized over the course of the next six months.The 2015 edition of the prize marks the first edition since a shift in format intended to make the prize more competitive, according the AGAP's managing director Fred Sicre who announced the change at Art Dubai last March.Previous work by three shortlisted artists will be exhibited alongside the new piece realized by the winner.Barrada's new work, along with that of the shortlisted artists, will be exhibited at next year's edition of Art Dubai, scheduled to run March 18 to 21, 2015 .
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