Barbara H. Weil Award supports female artists from the Balearic Islands

The Barbara H. Weil Award supports female artists from the Balearic Islands. Credit: Consell de Mallorca

The participants in the competition for the Barbara H. Weil Award are currently showcasing their work in Mallorca.

On July 27, the Weil Art Exchange and the Barbara Weil Cultural Association, backed by the Department of Culture, Heritage and Linguistic Policy of the Consell de Mallorca, presented the 12 artists selected to take part in the second edition of the Barbara H. Weil Award for female artists from the Balearic Islands.

A total of 115 artists applied for this year’s edition, and an international jury has selected 12 of them. They are: Aina Albo Puigserver, Erola Arcalis, Marta Armengol, Maria Bernat Caro, Marina Enrich Genestar, Rosa Antònia Fiol, Nathalie Kertesz Maor, Laura Marte, Françoise Polo, Silvia Prió, Isabel Servera, and Sandra Val. All of them will exhibit their works at Studio Weil, in Puerto de Andratx, between July 29 and October 21.

The winner of the Barbara H. Weil Award will be awarded a ten-day trip to New York, where she will have the opportunity to meet with several gallerists and show them her work. She will also visit the studios of renowned artists and attend a reception at the Spanish Consulate in New York.

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