International Peace Art Competition
Harmony For Peace Foundation
1st International Juried Peace Art Competition & Exhibition
Exhibition June 3 - 5, 2011 at Chelsea Art Museum ( for more details)
(photo courtesy of Sarah Stacke)
Congratulations to the following artists selected for the first Peace Art Exhibition at the Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY.
Congratulations to the following artists selected for our Peace Art Online Exhibition.
The artwork featured in our Online Gallery is for sale (prices range from $150 - $8000). A portion of the proceeds from sales will go to our Japan Relief Fund. If you would like to inquire about an artwork please contact us at 484.885.8539 or email@example.com. Price list will be sent upon request.
About our Peace Art Competition:
The Harmony for Peace Foundation seeks to promote cross-cultural understanding through the arts, serving as a bridge among nations to promote a mutual respect, and a common path to world peace. Through concerts, performances, exhibitions, and advocacy, we stand for a united voice of reason against nuclear proliferation across the globe.
Art Competition Mission : Artists from diverse cultures come together in one place to create a forum of expression through visual presentation to appeal for world peace for all.
Curator of Contemporary Art at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), Julien Robson relocated to Philadelphia in 2008 after eight years in Louisville, Kentucky where he was Curator of Contemporary Art at the Speed Art Museum and Adjunct Professor at the University of Louisville. A native of Scotland, Robson initially trained as an artist at Bath Academy of Art, and the Slade School of Fine Art in London before taking up curatorial positions at the University of Sussex and, subsequently, the University of Southampton, England. During the 1990s Robson lived in Austria, working in the commercial gallery sector in Vienna, and in 1998 he spent six months as Guest Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Senju Hiroshi (painter)
Hiroshi Senju, a native of Japan, is a painter who expresses contemporary modernity with ancient painting techniques that are unique to Japan. He uses this dichotomy to express the connections between Eastern and Western Philosophical traditions. He is the first Asian artist to receive an individual fine arts award at the Venice Biennale for his acclaimed Waterfall paintings in 1995. Some of his more recent exhibitions include Beauty Project at the Museum of Contemporary Art in London in 1996, and a tour of fourteen Japanese cities of his acclaimed Waterfall paintings. Museums that house his work include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Toyama Museum of Contemporary Art in Kushiro, Japan.
Dr. Joe Zammit-Lucia (conservational photographer)
Joe explores issues relating to environmental and species conservation. He is one of the world's leading animal portrait artists and his more recent work has explored the use of human portraiture as a story-telling medium.
Winner of multiple awards, his work has been presented in major public forums including the United Nations in New York and Geneva, in leading museums and in private galleries in Europe and the USA. His images were exhibited in Venezia Immagine on the occasion of the Venice Biennale in 2007.
www.jzlimages.com; www.colorneworleans.com; www.thethirdray.com
Mark Di Paolo, Director, HFP Board
Dr. Alexander Motyl, International Advisor, HFP Board
Prizes and Exhibition:
Approximately 50 selected artworks will be exhibited in New York City this June (more details to come).
Best in Show: $1,000
2nd Place: $500
3rd Place: $300
Tel. +1.484.885.8539 (Harmony for Peace Office)