The Daiwa Foundation Art Prize is a triennial prize offering a British artist a first solo show opportunity at a gallery in Japan.
In addition to an exhibition, the winning artist will be given a period of support and introductions to key individuals and organisations in the Japanese contemporary art world.
The winning artist is also awarded a participation fee of £5000.
The Prize is funded by the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation and administered by Parker Harris.
Applications are now open for the 2018 Daiwa Art Prize. The Prize is open to British artists resident in the UK who have neither had nor are planning a solo exhibition in Japan.
The Prize is open to artists working in any medium including painting, photography, print, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, installation and moving image.
Artists entering must have work available for the shortlist exhibition in June 2018 and be available to travel to Japan in Autumn/Winter 2018.
Please note there’s an entry fee of £5 per artist and each artist may only make one application.
Deadline: Monday 2 October
For more information and to apply visit Daiwa Foundation Art Prize