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International Print Award Carmen Arozena 2017

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04/07/2017

Warranutchai Kajaree gets the International Print Award Carmen Arozena 2017

The second prize went to the artist Shirin Salehi

"The remains of the painful things is the title of the mezzotint presented by Warranutchai Kajaree (Lampang, 1989) from Thailand, that has been awarded with the first International Print Award Carmen Arozena 2017. Among the 224 art prints competing in 2017, this mezzotint has highlighted by the composition and excellent execution.

“…leaning back on your memory” from the artist Shirin Salehi (Teheran, 1982) who lives in Madrid, was awarded the second prize in the contest. Her work has a delicate formal language, combining in an art print a successful balance of complexity and simplicity. 

Among all the works participating, 39 were selected as finalists, and from this group were chosen the two winners, and four honourable mentions that have given to Laura Díaz Lázaro (Spain), Kamil Kocurek (Poland), Alberto Ramírez (Spain) and Weronika Siupka (Poland). 

The others 33 works finalists correspond to: Javier Abad Alonso (Spain), Maria Arce Sáenz de la Torre (Spain), Tania Blanco Prieto (Spain), Lucy Blind (Germany), Tobias Crone (Germany), Akawat Deeto (Thailand), Miriam del Saz Barragán (Spain), Christiaan Diedericks (South Africa), Alexandra Domínguez (Chile), Olesya Dzhurayeva (Ukraine), Elisabeth Fernández Fernández (Spain), Teresa Fúster Varela (Spain), Lars Holmström (Finland), Carmen Isasi (Spain), Hyun – Jin Kim (Taiwan), Paweł Kwiatkowski (Poland), Chakrit Lapaudomloet (Thailand), Salim Malla Gutiérrez (Spain), Ana Marina Ono (Spain), Francisco Mayor Maestre (Spain), Franco Menegon (Italy), Thamrongsak Nim-anussornkul (Thailand), Tomás Pariente (Spain), Beatriz Pérez (Spain), Marta Pogorzelec (Poland), Clàudia Regueiro Puigdevall (Spain), Saskia Rodríguez (Spain), Mara Victoria Sánchez (Argentina), Martina Tarabal Cabezas (Spain), Amorn Thongpayong (Thailand), Anna Trojanowska (Poland), Sergio Valencia Salazar (Guatemala), and Paz Vicente (Spain).

The awards ceremony and opening exhibition of award-winning works and finalists, will take place on October 5, 2017 at the Museum Real Casa de la Moneda in Madrid, exhibiting the works until November 5, to travel later on to Sta. Cruz de la Palma where will be shown from early December to January in Casa Salazar.

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