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Deadline Postponed For The 7th Arte Laguna Prize


Deadline Postponed For The 7th Arte Laguna Prize


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Arte Laguna Prize widens the opportunities for artists and launches 2 new art residencies, one in China and one dedicated to marble!
Therefore the deadline is postponed to November 27th by mail and to December 5th directly on-line on the website www.artelagunaprize.com

2 NEW ART RESIDENCIES by submitting two artworks in the same section
NEW – “Loft Miramarmi”: Art residency in Vicenza, in the marble district for 1 month for 2 artists + realization of a project + open day
The residency includes: accommodation, studio, workshop, realization of a project using marble, € 500 grant, open day

NEW – “Beijing art residency”: Art Residency in Beijing for 1 month for 1 artist + final exhibition
The residency includes: accommodation, studio, assistance, € 200 grant, final exhibition.
At the end of the application period, you will be asked to send a project proposal that will be evaluated in order to choose the winner
The residency is organized in collaboration with Lab-Yit


Total Prize amount: € 180,000
Sections: painting, sculpture & installation, photography, video art & performance, virtual art
Participation: the contest is open to all artists, without any limit of age, the subject is free
Collective exhibition of 110 finalist artists: March 2013 – Venice Arsenale
Exhibition of a selection of Under25 Artists: March 2013 – Romanian Cultural Institute of Venice


OTHER AWARDS:

• 5 Cash Prizes of € 7,000 for a total of € 35,000
for winning artists, one for each section

• Business for Art
Arte Laguna Prize creates connection and contamination between the world of art and the one of business. For this edition "FOPE gioielli" develops an artistic project with the winning artist of the virtual art section.
• International Festivals
Open, International exhibition of sculpture and installation in Venice will choose one artist who will participate in its international event in 2013.

• Personal Exhibitions in International Art Galleries
Arte Laguna Prize has created a network of international galleries to introduce the artists to the market of Contemporary Art. Each gallery will select an artist for creating a solo exhibition:
A+A Gallery, Venice - Akneos, Naples - Amy-d Arte Spazio, Milan - Bianca Maria Rizzi & Matthias Ritter, Milan - Cell63, Berlin - Dafna Home Gallery, Naples - De Faveri Arte + Lab 610 XL, Feltre and Sovramonte - Diana Lowenstein, Miami - Federica Ghizzoni Gallery, Milan - Gagliardi Gallery, San Gimignano - Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, Venice - L'Occhio Art Gallery, Venice - Largo Baracche, Naples - Leo Galleries, Monza and Lugano - Maelstrom Art Gallery, Milan - Mondo Bizzarro Gallery, Rome - PrimoPiano Gallery, Naples - Silbernagl&Undergallery, Milan and Varese - Spazio Surreale, S.Paolo Brazil - Yvonneartecontemporanea, Vicenza - Zaion Gallery, Biella

INTERNATIONAL JURY
Umberto Angelini, Director of Festival Uovo of Milan, dedicated to performing arts
Gabriella Belli, Director of Musei Civici of Venice
Adam Budak, Contemporary Art Curator of Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden at the Smithsonian Institution of Washington
Cecilia Freschini, independent Curator, Founder and Director of Lab-Yit, art platform in China
Mario Gerosa, Editor-in-chief of AD magazine, Digital Art Expert and Curator
Lina Lazaar, Expert in International Contemporary Art for auction house Sotheby's, and Middle Eastern art expert
Kanchi Mehta, Indian Curator, Founder and Curator of Chameleon Art Projects
Sabine Schaschl, Director and Curator of Kunsthaus of Basel
Felix Schöber, German Independent Curator, works especially on Chinese and Taiwanese contemporary art
Claudia Zanfi, Art Historian and Cultural Manager from Milan
CURATOR OF THE PRIZE Igor Zanti - Italy, Art Critic

All the details of the competition >>>

Apply now >>>


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