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11. ARTE LAGUNAPRIZE: the 6 overall winners announced at the Arsenale of Venice

Images:
ELÍAS PEÑA SALVADOR | Madrid Spain 1992 | Argos, 2016, Oil on canvas
MARÍA GABRIELA CHIRINOS | Caracas, Venezuela 1964 | Waiting, 2016, Digital photography
ELENA BERTUZZI & LAURE CHATREFOU | Biella, Italy 1959 & Tours, France 1983 | Le labyrinthe du Debaa, 2015, Projections on a cube of transparent veils
ELIZA SOROGA | Greece 1988 | Women in Agony, 2015, Performance in public space
HILL KOBAYASHI KOBE | Japan 1977 | Radioactive Live Soundscape, 2016, Satellite communications based live microphone in radioactive area
BRANKO STANOJEVIĆ & MILENA STRAHINOVIĆ | Serbia 1983 & 1984 | Border, 2014, Monument made of mirrors and steel substructure

Exhibition of finalists and winners
125 artworks
Nappe dell'Arsenale an TIM Future Centre, Venice
26 March – 9 April 2017 open 10am -6pm daily

Guided tours: Sunday, March 26

- h. 11am Nappe Arsenale
- h.3pm TIM Future Centre - virtual art and digital graphics section

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Opening and awards ceremony, Arsenale of Venice, March 25, 2017

IMAGES:
CHRISTOPHER BOHA Canada 1978, In my Shoes, 2015, Cast concrete, optical crystal glass, 100x64x200cm
INGE VAN HEERDE The Netherlands 1996 - Wood, from the series: Magic Tragic, 2015, Digital photography,100x70cm
SILVANA MALDONADO FOITZICK Chile 1977 - Humanoides 7, 2015, digital photomontage, 70x100cm
STEFANO SERAGLIO Vicenza, Italy 1975, Vase and stone that stop the movement of a ball in space, 2016, 350x50x150cm

Exhibition of finalists and winners
125 artworks
Nappe Arsenale and TIM Future Centre, Venice
26 March – 9 April 2017 hours 10am - 6pm daily

Opening ceremony: Saturday, March 25, at 6pm
Guided tours: Sunday, March 26

- 11am Nappe Arsenale
- 3pm TIM Future Centre - virtual art and digital graphics section

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From March 25, 2017 the Arte Laguna Prize is back at the Arsenale of Venice

125 works from around the world - paintings, photographs, installations, videos, digital works, land art projects, performances - give us a glimpse into the current state of international contemporary art. These works by emerging artists will arrive in Venice after going through a strict selection by directors of museums and foundations, international art critics and curators.
It is the finalist works of the competition Arte Laguna Prize 16.17, which this year returns to the Arsenale of Venice with an original exhibition curated by Igor Zanti with the collaboration of ten names from the international art scene: Flavio Arensi, Tamara Chalabi, Paolo Colombo, Suad Garayeva, Ilaria Gianni, Emanuele Montibeller, Salvador Nadales, Fatos Ustek, Alma Zevi.

The next event is scheduled for March 25 at 6:00 pm at Nappe Arsenale Nord, Venice, with the grand opening ceremony attracting more than 3 thousand visitors every year.

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Until January 10 you can submit your projects for the Special Prizes

The 11. international Arte Laguna Prize values creativity and the synergies that can start between artists and entrepreneurs, by collaborating with different Italian companies for special projects every year. This year, 4 companies are looking for creativity and calling Artists and Designers for 4 product-specific projects, in addition to a special project in collaboration with the Archives of Sustainability at Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Comieco (National Consortium for the Salvage and Recycling of Cellulose-based Packaging).

From the curating experience branded Arte Laguna Prize, stem these 5 special collaborations that will award 5 artists with a total of 19 thousand euros; they will also have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the companies that are partners of the competition: Deglupta, Eurosystem, Rima, and Papillover. The awards ceremony will take place on March 25, 2017 in a prestigious location, the Arsenal of Venice, during the opening ceremony of the finalists exhibition of the 11. international Arte Laguna Prize.

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Deadline extended to 14 December

Captions: Exhibition at Venice Arsenale, Prize curator Igor Zanti, Berengo Foundation in Murano, Glo'Art Spaces in Belgium

The 11th Arte Laguna Prize has extended its entry deadline to December 14, so there is still time to apply for one of the richest editions ever of the Arte Laguna Prize.

The contest, now in its eleventh year, is an opportunity for young talents, and not only them, to emerge, get noticed by the general public and compete with fellow artists from all over the world. The Prize is open to artists of all nationalities without any restrictions and free theme, with the aim of collecting and mapping the expressions of contemporary art in the fields of painting, photography, sculpture, video art, performance, virtual art, land art and, starting this year, digital graphics. This diversity makes the contest absolutely unique in the national and European scene

The competition gives artists the opportunity to exhibit at the Arsenale of Venice, one of the most coveted locations for artists and a reference point for the contemporary art world. The exhibition will also include an additional venue in the lagoon thanks to the enduring synergy with the TIM Future Centre, which will provide the spaces adjacent to Rialto for viewing and interacting with the digital artworks.

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The new special award dedicated to sustainability

A new synergy dedicated to sustainability and art has started.
The 11th Arte Laguna Prize launches the award "RRR Paper (Reuse Recycle Reduce) as Art and Design", promoted and developed with the Archives of Sustainability of Ca' Foscari University Venice and implemented with the support of Comieco (National Consortium for the Salvaging and Recycling of Cellulose-based Packaging).

A commission composed of the Prize curator Igor Zanti, Professor Giorgio Conti, Scientific Director of the Archives of Sustainability and the representatives of Comieco will choose the best submission that enhances paper/cardboard and cellulose packaging as part of the RRR strategies (Reuse, Recycle, Reduce).
The winner will be awarded a prize of 3,000 euro during the opening ceremony of the finalists exhibition of the Arte Laguna Prize at the Arsenale of Venice on March 25th, 2017.

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The eleventh edition, one of the richest ever, starts now

Captions: Arsenale of Venice, Image of Papillover, Image of San Francisco Art Residency, Image of The Art Department art residency

The Arte Laguna Prize continues to grow and improve year after year, once again proving its features of internationality, high quality, and diversity. The eleventh edition of the contest, which opens entries today, strongly demonstrates this.

The number of collaborations has risen, together with the distinctiveness and diversity of the awards and opportunities presented to the artists, and the variety of partners ̶ European, Asian, American, but also Italian. There is also an increase in the multiplicity of media and artistic disciplines that can enter the competition, as well as in the number of works that will be on view in the final exhibition in Venice.

The competition gives artists the opportunity to exhibit at the Arsenale of Venice, one of the most coveted locations for artists and a reference point for the contemporary art world. The exhibition will also include an additional venue in the lagoon thanks to the enduring synergy with the TIM Future Centre, which will provide the spaces adjacent to Rialto for viewing and interacting with the digital artworks.

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