The 24th Ringa Art Encouragement Prize Winners Announced

years:November 2012

The Ringa Art Encouragement Prize (organized by the Ringa Art Encouragement Fund), which publicly honors outstanding individuals for their exceptional achievements in the field of art criticism and art history research, announced the winners of the 24th Ringa Art Encouragement Prize. In the Art History Research Division, KURAYA Mika (Chief Curator, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo) was awarded for her curated exhibition ‘Undressing Paintings: Japanese Nudes 1880-1945’ and the contribution of her essays to its exhibition catalogue. In the Art Criticism Division, NARIAI Hajime (Curator, Tokyo Station Gallery) for his curated exhibition ‘The World of Ishiko Junzō: From Art via Manga to Kitsch’ that held in 2011 at the Fuchu Art Museum where he previously worked and the contribution of his essays to its exhibition catalogue. (Japanese)

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