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Friday, June 05, 2020

David Chipperfield, Praemium Imperiale 2013

Every year since 1989 the Japan Art Association has given the Praemium Imperiale in five categories recognizing contributions to the development, promotion and progress of the arts worldwide. Each coming with a monetary prize of 15 million yen – close to 114,000 euros –, the prestigious awards on this 25th year go to Plácido Domingo for Music, Francis Ford Coppola for Theater/Film, Michelangelo Pistoletto for Painting, Antony Gormley for Sculpture and David Chipperfield for Architecture.
Born in London in 1953, David Chipperfield is the author of the Neues Museum of Berlin, the Museum of Modern Literature in Marbach am Neckar (Germany), the City of Justice in Barcelona, the America’s Cup Pavilion in Valencia and the refurbished Paseo del Óvalo in Teruel.
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