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World of Art Award for NANOART
August 17, 2005
Artist Cris Orfescu has won the World of Art Award for the Best in Art & Creativity.
The World of Art Award (WAA) is a global initiative for selecting and promoting the best in Art, Creativity & Culture. It is led by the Art Addiction Medial Museum (AAMM) and is held in the framework of World of Art, the global art publishing.
World of Art is a trendy and sophisticated global art publishing created for artists, galleries, museums, dealers, art collectors, who seek the latest news and trends in the art world. Featured articles include profiles of artists and galleries, updates on art literature, show reviews, gallery news and event schedules, reporting on the art, personalities, trends and events that shape the art world. World of Art magazine is a graphic creation itself and source of information. Marketing and distribution provided through newsstands and large bookstores by Ingram Periodicals available in US newsstands and Internationally including Barnes & Noble, Borders, Anderson, Amazon, Powell’s, Alibis, Books-A-Million, Buy.com, Wal-Mart, Ecampus, Textbook, Blackwell in USA, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Australia, Japan and many others.
World of Art editorial offices are in London and Stockholm.
Editor and Publisher: Petru Russu.
To view Orfescu’s NANOART visit www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/c/criorf
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