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International Trebbia Awards Laureates (2000 – 2016) – Biographies of the Laureates

 

José Antonio Abreu (*1939)

economist, politician, pianist (Venezuela)

Thuraya Al-Baqsami (*1952)

writer and painter (Kuwait)

Mohamed Al-Qadiri (*1951)

writer and diplomat (Kuwait)

Dadja Altenburg-Kohl (*1949)

Amri Aminov (*1966)

patron of art and art collector (Czech Republic / Germany)

sculptor originally from Tajikistan, living in Paris (France)

Jean Amiot (*1949)

general director of J. B. F. Editions d‘Art Paris (France)

Jiří Anderle (*1936)

painter and graphic artist (Czech Republic)

Norbert Auerbach (1922–2009)

president, United Artists Company (USA –CZ)

Ladislav Ballek (*1941)

writer, ambassador of the Slovak Republic in the Czech Republic (Slovakia)

János Bán (*1955)

actor (Hungary)

Jiří Bartoška (*1947)

actor, president of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Czech Republic)

Jiří Bělohlávek (*1946)

chief conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, London (Czech Republic)

Cornel Boda (*1954)

Carlos Cruz-Diez (*1923)

general director of COBRA company (Czech Republic)

artist (Venezuela)

Commerzbank AG

subsidiary Prague (Czech Republic)

Česká Centra

government agency promoting Czech culture abroad

Česká spořitelna, a.s.

banking institution (Czech Republic)

Rudolf Čižmárik (1949–2008)

poet and writer (Slovakia)

Robert Descharnes (1926 – 2014) lifetime autobiographist and photographer of Salvador Dalí (France)
František Dvořák (1920 – 2015)

art historian (Czech Republic)

Bülent Eczacibasi (*1949)

businessman and patron of art (Turkey)

Vladimir Ivanovič Fedosejev (*1932)

chief conductor of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (Russian Federation)

Jane McAdam Freud (*1958)

sculptress (United Kingdom), (great-granddaughter of Sigmund Freud)

Eriko Horiki (*1962)

renowned artist (Japan)

Fopex Slovakia, s.r.o.

producer of pressure casting forms (Slovakia)

Bob Geldof (*1951)

musician, actor and political activist (Ireland)

Zdenek Grondol (*1952)

chairman of the board of Czech International (Czech Republic)

Jaroslav Hába (*1946)

general director of ZČE Inc. (Czech Republic)

Zlata Holušová (*1958)

founder of the Colours of Ostrava music festival (Czech Republic)
Tibor Huszár (1952 – 2013)

photographer (Slovakia)

Anton Hykisch (*1932)

author, playwright, politician and diplomat (Slovakia)

Václav Chochola (1923–2005)

artistic photographer (Czech Republic)

Ladislav Chudík (1924 – 2015) actor (Slovakia)

Olga Kabo (*1968)

actress (Russian Federation)

Rudolf Kallat (*1938)

Pick Keobandith (*1965)

president of Verein Wiener Muzikseminar (Austria)

curator and art historian (Laos / Belgium / France)

Miroslav Klivar (1932 – 2014)

president of the European Union of Art and art historian (Czech Republic)

Štefan Kvietik (*1934)

actor (Slovak Republic)

Grazyna Kulczyk (*1950)

art collector, organiser, entrepreneur, patron (Poland)

Milan Lasica (*1940)

actor (Slovak Republic)

Annie Leibovitz (*1949)

world-renowned photographer (USA)

Daniel Libeskind (*1946)

architect, author of the Freedom Tower in New York (USA)

William Lobkowicz (*1961)

art collector and patron (USA –CZ)

Markus Lüpertz (*1941)

painter, rector of the State Artistic Academy in Dusseldorf (Germany)

Michael March (*1946)

founder and president of the Prague Writers’ Festival (USA –CZ)

Richard H. Mayer (*1933)

collector, owner of Kunstgalerien Bottingerhaus Bamberg (Germany)
Zdeněk Miler (1921 – 2011) author of the Mole fairy-tale character (Czech Republic)

Meda Mládková (*1919)

founder of the Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation and the Kampa Museum (USA –CZ)

Jan Mojto (*1948)

film producer (Germany)
Josef Nálepa (1936 – 2012)

sculptor (Czech Republic)

Aleksander Nawrocki (*1940)

writer, poet and literary critic (Poland)

Jelena Obrazcova (1936 – 2012)

opera singer (Russian Federation)

OHL ŽS, a. s.

Vladimír Páral (*1932)

Pavel Pecháček (1940)

Viktor Pinčuk (*1960)

multispecialty building company (Czech Republic)

writer and novelist (Czech Republic)

journalist (Czech Republic)

businessman and philanthropist (Ukraine)

Juan González de Quirós y Corujo (*1947)

patron of art and collector (Spain)
Sharon Resch (*1951)

Royal Canon of Premonstratensians at Strahov

Jan Saudek (*1935)

patron of art (USA)

(Czech Republic)

photographer (Czech Republic)

Emma de Sigaldi (1911 – 2010)

Milan Sládek (*1938)

Ivan Stadtrucker (*1935)

sculptor (Monaco)

mime artist, choreographer, director and teacher (Germany / Slovakia)

scriptwriter, dramatist, director, writer, sound engineer, film theorist (Slovakia)

His Majesty King Preah Bat Samdech Preah Boromneath Norodom Sihamoni (*1953)

King of Cambodia (Cambodian Kingdom)

Jiří Srnec (*1931)

founder of the Black Light Theatre (CzechRepublic)

Kunying Straková (*1969)
and Jiří Straka (*1967)
founders of the CCC – Czech China Contemporary Museum in Beijing (Czech Republic – China)

Jan Světlík (*1958)

Christina Scheppelmann (*1968)

Bořek Šípek (1949 – 2016)

chairman of the board and general director of the Vítkovice Holding (Czech Republic)

patron of art (Germany)

architect, designer and master glassmaker (Czech Republic)

Škoda Auto, a.s.

(Czech Republic)

Oleg Tabakov (*1935)

actor (Russian Federation)

Thomas Thomaschke (*1943)

opera singer (Germany)

Galsan Tschinag (*1944)

writer, poet, shaman (Mongolia)

Robert Vano (*1948)

art photographer (SVK/USA/CZ)

Otakar Vávra (1911 – 2011)

film director (Czech Republic)

Jiří Vitula (1925 – 2011)

art historian and publicist (Czech Republic)

Miro Voštiar (*1947)

collector of art and owner of the MIROFILM Company (Czech Republic)

Sir Nicholas Geroge Winton (*1909)

British humanitarian (Great Britain)

Ronnie Wood (*1947)

painter and musician, member of the Rolling Stones (Great Britain)
Vyacheslav Adamovich Zarenkov (*1951)

entrepreneur and patron of the arts (Russian Federation)

Zentiva, a.s.

pharmaceutical company (Czech Republic)

Olbram Zoubek (*1926)

sculptor (Czech Republic)