Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) hosted the LABA Icon Charity Awards at the LABA International Art Festival |

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA., December 22, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The awards ceremony was hosted by Princess Karen Cantrell, Chairman of the LABA International Art Festival. Cantrell introduced prominent artist and international art curator Marisa Cauchiolo, founder of the non-profit Building Bridges Art Exchange. Ms. Cauchiolo plans and curates international art exhibitions and has made significant contributions to the art world with the support of the Building Bridges Art Exchange charity.

DR. James Daichendt, Member of the Presidium of the Jury of the LABA International Arts Festival, presented Ms. Cauchiolo with the LABA Icon Charity Award. Cauchiolo later gave a passionate acceptance speech saying, “Building Bridges Art Exchange will continue to contribute to the world of art.”

Other participants were artists Lidia Rubinstein, Eduardo Rubinstein, Petra Eiko, and Kayla Broberg. The LABA International Art Festival was represented by the founder Joey Zhou and jury members Dr. James Daichendt and Harrison Engle.

In addition, the famous artist Mr. Xinyong Wang was awarded the LABA Icon Charity Award. Wang was led by Mr. Jiannan Huang, the first recipient of the Blue-Chip Artist Award of the LABA International Art Festival. Huang is a world-famous artist ranked 19th in the world on the Hurun Global Art List 2020 and 3rd on the China Art List 2020.

Mister. Xinyong Wang is a masterful artist living in America who has been creating an innovative style in painting and calligraphy for more than 20 years. His artistic work reflects the integration of Eastern and Western cultures, a rich pluralism and his independent style. Mr. Wang has successfully held art exhibitions, lectures, and exchanges in Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, The angel, Santa Fe, Taos, and at J. Wayne Stark Gallery is located Texas A&M University, among other things. Wang is also the deputy director of the Culture and Art Committee of the Jiangsu General Chamber of Commerce and has been involved in promoting Sino-US cultural and art exchanges for many years.

Due to the pandemic, Mr. Wang was unable to attend the event to receive the award, and Harrison Engle accepted the award on his behalf. During the ceremony, Mr. Engle and Mr. Wang held a video conference. Mr. Wang gave a short acceptance speech. The wife of Mr. Wang, a university professor of landscaping, Dr. Zhao said: “I am very proud that my husband and other internationally renowned artists have received such an important honor. I will continue to support my husband’s efforts and work “with him to contribute to the common good of the arts.” Dr. Zhao’s congratulatory speech brought the award ceremony to a climax and brought the two cities together The angel and Nanjing closer together.

Joey Zhou, the founder of the LABA International Art Festival, held a video conference with Mr. Jiannan Huang. Mr. Zhou asked Mr. Huang why he recommended Mr. Wang for this honor. Huang said he is not afraid to applaud younger artists. He believes that young artists should also actively participate in global charity activities. Mr. Huang hoped that Mr. Wang’s award would inspire younger artists to participate in public welfare and charity activities. Mr. Huang once again congratulated Mr. Wang on receiving the award.

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