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PazArte: International Artists in Support of Japanese Artist Community

As part of our sustainable recovery initiatives, several international artists have sent their works of art to Japan as part of the Relief 2.0 "PazArte" project to support the recovery of the artist community in Tohoku through the solidarity of international artists. 5 paintings made their way to Japan on board Peace Boat and a selection of 10 more from European and Latin American artists curated by Peripherie Arts from Switzerland is part of the "Tohoku Road to the Future" itinerant exhibit presented by Robin Low in 8 countries so far. Learn more about the artists below...

Juan Mayí

Born in the Dominican Republic (1963) with formal art studies at the National School of Fine Arts in Santo Domingo and the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. With over 19 individual exhibits since 1986, his paintings are on display at public and private institutions in the United States, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. Winner of over 10 international accolades, including:

  • Palet d'Or (1992), International Painting Festival, Cagnes-Sur-Mer, France.
  • Grand Prize (2007) and four consecutive awards in drawing and painting at the National Biennial of Visual Arts, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Signic Memory Signic Memory
Signic Memory, Juan Mayí, 2011
Watercolor and ink on canvas, 56x76cm
(US$4,500)
Signic Memory, Juan Mayí, 2011
Watercolor and ink on canvas, 22x72cm
(US$2,700)

José Jabid Salcedo

Born in 1984, José is an upcoming painter, guitar aficionado and award winning story writer (Funglode 2009) with a medical doctor degree from the Dominican Republic.

José Jabid Salcedo: Visitors José Jabid Salcedo: El Juego
Visitors, José Jabid Salcedo, 2011
Oil on canvas, 88x125cm
(US$1,500)
The Game, José Jabid Salcedo, 2011
Mixed technique, 81x102cm
(US$700)
José Jabid Salcedo: Immersion Immersion, José Jabid Salcedo, 2011
Mixed technique, 92x92cm
(US$700)

The pictures below were taken at the ceremony were the paintings were handed over to Peace Boat for their transportation to Japan.

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