Hiroshima Art Prize


Established in 1989 by the City of Hiroshima, the Hiroshima Art Prize aims to appeal to a wider world about the “Spirit of Hiroshima,” which seeks everlasting world peace, through contemporary art.

Preisträger:
* The 1st: Issey Miyake (fashion/ Awarded in 1989) * The 2nd: Robert Rauschenberg (fine art/Awarded in 1992)
* The 3rd: Nancy Spero & Leon Golub (fine art/Awarded in 1995)
* The 4th: Krzysztof Wodiczko (fine art/ Awarded in 1998)
* The 5th: Daniel Libeskind (architecture/ Awarded in 2001)
* The 6th: Shirin Neshat (fine art/ Awarded in 2004)
* The 7th: Cai Guo-Qiang (fine art/ Awarded in 2007)
* The 8th: Yoko Ono (fine art/ Awarded in 2010)
* The 9th: Doris Salcedo (fine art/ Awarded in 2013)
* The 10th: Mona Hatoum (fine art/ Awarded in 2017)


Website: Hiroshima Art Prize



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