Daiwa Foundation Art Prize

Website: https://daiwa.artopps.co.uk/

Daiwa Foundation Art Prize offers a British artist a first solo show at a gallery in Tokyo, Japan and a participation fee of £5,000. The triennial prize is open to British artists resident in the UK who have not previously had a solo exhibition in Japan. The judging panel will first select a shortlist of three artists whose works will be exhibited at the Daiwa Foundation Japan House Gallery, London in June 2018, during which time a winner is announced. The winning artist’s solo show will be held at the partner gallery, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan in autumn/winter 2018. The Prize is open to artists working in any medium including painting, photography, print, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, installation and moving image. Entry fee is £5 per artist.

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Expires: October 2, 2017


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