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INTERNATIONAL ARTISTIC LINEN CLOTH BIENNIAL

Prizewinners of the 3rd International Artistic Linen Cloth Biennial 2004

89 artistis from 21 countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Canada, Latwia, Germany, Slovakia, Poland, Russia, Great Britain, Scotland, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary) took part in 3rd International Artistic Linen Cloth Biennial 'Z krosna do Krosna' 2004. The participants have created 147 artworks.


Grand Prix
Eva Damborská – Czech Republic (see the artworks)

I Award
Ewa Poradowska-Werszler – Poland (see the artwork)
II Award
Natalia Lejkina – Ukraine (see the artworks)
III Award
Elfride Wimmer – Austria (see the artwork)

6 disctinction awards went to:
(names in alphabetical orded)
Miriam Barak – Israel (see the artwork)           
Krystyna Dyrda-Kortyka – Poland (see the artwork)
Alison Fair Bixler – Scotland (see the artwork)
Sugane Hara – Japan (see the artwork)
Maria Jełowicka – Poland (see the artwork)
Marzena Fiszczuk – Poland (see the artworks)
 
The 'AKAPI' Foundation Awards:
Agata Zielińska-Głowacka – Poland (see the artwork)
Thorbjörg Thórdardóttir – Iceland (see the artwork)
Ewa Maria Poradowska-Werszler – Poland (see the artwork)

 
Additionally, from 2004 the AKAPI Foundation Award is given by the AKAPI Foundation within the scope of the Biennial in memoriam Anna Kobak-Pisowacka, who died tragically in 2003. She was one of the initiators of the Biennial. The AKAPI Award is given to those artists whose artworks refer to the Anna’s oeuvre.
 Exhibition Anna Kobak - Pisowcka PRO MEMORIA on jubile edition 10th International Artistic Linen Cloth Biennial 'Z krosna do Krosna'