HOMER - The European Medal of Poetry and Art
|HOMER - The European Medal of Poetry and Art|
Obverse of the medal.
|First awarded||June 27, 2016|
HOMER - The European Medal of Poetry and Art awarded to outstanding creators in the world of literature. The medal was established in Brussel  in 2016 year. Jury award the artists, whose works is, with simplicity and beauty, universal messages to the world, reflecting the ancient patterns. The most important category is the level of artistry and the power of transmission, so that subsequent winners may enrich the pantheon of their spiritual father - Homer.
Chamber of medal
- Dariusz Tomasz Lebioda, Poland
- Zhao Si Fang, China
- Vania Angelowa, Bulgaria
- Marco Scalabrino, Italy
- Barbara Orlowski, (Germany–Brasil), Brasil
- Angelica Kret, Belgium
- Gulala Nouri (Iraq-Kurdistan), Iraq
- Athanase Vantchev de Thracy, France
- Olimpia Iacob, Romania
- Isaac Goldemberg, (Peru-USA), USA
- Hassanal Abdullah, (Bangladesh-USA), USA
- William Wolak, USA
- Naoshi Koriyama, Japan
- Peter Thabit Jones, Wales
- Sung-Il Lee, South Korea
- Helen Bar-Lev, Israel
- Jarosław Pijarowski, Poland
- Maria Mistrioti, Greece
- Adnan Özer, Turkey
- Sona Van, USA
Laureates of medal
- Jidi Majia, (China 2016), China
- Gagik Davtian, (Armenia 2016), Armenia
- Ataol Berghamoglu, (Turkey 2016), Turkey
- Stanley H. Barkan,(USA 2017) USA
- Tomas Venclova,(Georgia 2017) Lithuania
- Tim Lilburn, (Canada 2017) Canada 
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