Winners of the World Award of Arts

Winner of the World Award of Arts

Edna Hibel

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 2001 Area of Work: Painter Date: 21 November 2001 Place of Ceremony: Aula Academiegebow Host Institution: The Utrecht University Host Country: Utrecht, The Netherlands Utrecht, The Netherlands, November 2001. The World Cultural Council presented the 2001 Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts

Winner of the World Award of Arts

Magdalena Abakanowicz

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 1999 Area of Work: Hibel Renaissance Art Date: 11 November 1999 Place of Ceremony: Main Building Host Institution: Norwegian University of Science and Technology Host Country: Trondheim, Norway Trondheim, Norway, November 1999. The World Cultural Council presented the 1999 Leonardo da Vinci World

Winner of the World Award of Arts

Robert Rauschenberg

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 1995 Area of Work: Abstract / Pop Painting Date: 16 December 1995 Place of Ceremony: Palacio de Bellas Artes Host Institution: INBA, CONACULTA, Palacio de las Bellas Artes Host Country: México City, México Mexico, December 1995. The World Cultural Council presented the 1995

Winner of the World Award of Arts

Acropolis Preservation Group

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 1989 Area of Work: Preservation of Ancient Monuments Date: 08 November 1989 Place of Ceremony: Edgerton Lecture Hall Host Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Host Country: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, November 1989. The World Cultural Council presented the 1989 Leonardo da

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