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Indian artist wins Joan Miro prize

Indian artist wins Joan Miro prize

Posted on : 09/01/2015 12:19pm
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Malani is set to exhibit her work for the first time in Spain with a 2020 exhibition at the Miro Foundation Artist Nalini Malani has won the seventh edition of the Joan Miro Prize, an international award that comes with a 70,000-Euro ($78,000) cash prize and is considered one of the most prestigious art awards in the world. Malani (born in Karachi in 1946), a film, photography, installation, video art and performance artist, was delighted to receive an award that bears the name of an artist she admires greatly and has been influenced by throughout her career, the artist said at the awards ceremony, the Efe news reported.


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