Arte Laguna Prize, a competition for emerging artists and designers, showcases and promotes creative talents.
With fourteen years of history the Arte Laguna Prize gives the opportunity to join the huge network of collaborations worldwide, exhibit in the breathtaking location of the Arsenale of Venice, win cash prizes of a total amount of 40.000 euro and much more.
The Prize is open to the following artistic disciplines: painting, sculpture and installation, photographic art, video art and short films, performance, virtual art, digital graphics, land art and urban art, art design.
Works entirely created by using the computer or digital applications and devices: videos, installations, performances in which the use of digital media plays a key role in the creative process and content; net art, software, interactive devices, videogames, augmented reality projects, rapid prototyping, etc. Works featuring an installation will have to be adaptable to the exhibition space available.
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- 4 cash prizes of € 10,000 each
- 1 important exhibition at the Arsenale of Venice
- 2 solo exhibitions in international Art Galleries
- 2 collaborations with Companies
- 6 Art Residencies in Italy, Russia, Spain, India, Mauritius
- 1 Prize Sustainability and Art dedicated to the Reuse of aluminium packaging
- 2 international Festivals
- publication in the official catalogue
- free visibility on Arte Laguna World
THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
CURATOR AND HEAD OF THE JURY: Igor Zanti (Italy, Curator and Art Critic)
Iwona Blazwick (United Kingdom, Director of the Whitechapel Gallery, London)
Karel Boonzaaijer (Netherlands, Architect and Designer)
Valentino Catricalà (Italy, contemporary art curator - Art Section Director of the Maker Faire - The European Edition)
Aldo Cibic (Italy, Architect and Designer)
Erin Dziedzic (United States, Chief Curator at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri)
Zhao Li (China, professor at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing and curator of the Chinese Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale)
Riccardo Passoni (Italy, Director of GAM - Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Turin)
Vasili Tsereteli (Russia, Director of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art)