News ID: 319641
Published: 0358 GMT January 24, 2022

Iranian woman won first prize at Japan Paralym Art World Cup 2021

Iranian woman won first prize at Japan Paralym Art World Cup 2021
IRNA

Arts & Culture Desk

The first prize of the Japan Paralym Art World Cup 2021 was presented to an Iranian disabled woman on Sunday.

The Japan Paralym Art World Cup 2021 was held in Tokyo with the participation of artists from 40 countries, including Iran, with the theme of “Smile”, IRNA reported.

Marzieh Hooshmand from Garmsar, Semnan Province, with the work of the World’s Smile, won the cash prize of the competition.

Two other Iranian artists also shone at the competition with Marzieh Baqeri Chizeh from Qazvin and Ali Bahrami from Hashtgerd, winning the Paralym Art Award and the Jury Award, respectively.

The Paralym Art World Cup is an international competition for artists with deficiencies to shine, according to paralymart-wc.com.

Each year, it has a different theme and welcomes entries from all over the world.

In 2020, Mehrnaz Bahrami, a disabled Iranian woman, was selected as the second person by presenting a work entitled, “Mental Peace,” and received a cash prize of 50,000 yen.

 

   
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