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art award tokyo marunouchi 2011
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Published: July 19 2011

Grand prize winner, Masaayoshi Koyama
Courtesy of Art Award Tokyo Marunouchi (a.a.t.m.) Commettee

The Art Award Tokyo Marunouchi (a.a.t.m.), held at the Marunouchi Gyoko-dori Underground Gallery, is an art exhibition designed to help identify and provide support to young artists. This year’s exhibition will not disappoint; like past shows, it will be full of great talent! The a.a.t.m. features works of art and artists selected from amongst graduation projects at Japan’s art universities and graduate schools. These are displayed at the Gyoko-dori Underground Gallery, and a Grand Prize is awarded to the top piece. The judges are all professionals internationally renowned who lead Japan’s art scene. The 188 artists introduced over the past four years include many new artists who have since risen to prominence and are already active on a variety of fronts. Thus the goal of which is to identify and encourage new artists, is yielding steady results with each event held.

* Art Award Tokyo Marunouchi (a.a.t.m.) Commettee.

Period: Sunday, July 3 - Sunday, July 31, 2011
Venue: Gyoko-dori Underground Gallery

Last Updated on July 03 2011

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