Art Passport is a project begun in 2012 to create an international network to discover contemporary art and allow everyone to collect the works of major national and international artists: in every museum, gallery and cultural institutions participating in the network there will be a rubber stamp made especially by an artist for the institution. A passport able to clear the differences, to remove the distances, to discover the power of art and the beauty of collecting contemporary art.
Art Passport is a project ralized by means of a crowdfunding campaign of more than 700 contributors.
Bergamo Art Passport is a project for the promotion of culture and tourism created in 2015 in collaboration with the City of Bergamo. Bergamo Art Passport is a tool that shows the path and the network of most touristic, artistic and cultural institutions, facilitating the accessibility of the city and its culture. Each institution is represented by a rubber stamp, created and designed by a contemporary artist that anyone can collect for free on a specially made passport. Collecting artist’s rubber stamp while visiting the city is an enjoyable experience of cultural discovery.
Fondazione Ermanno Casoli (Mario Airò), Furini Arte Contemporanea (Andrea Bianconi), GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Giuseppe Gabellone), Museo Bernareggi (Vincenzo Castella), BACO Arte Contemporanea (Riccardo Beretta), ALT Arte Contemporanea (Ettore Favini), Galleria Elleni (Giorgio Sorti), Thomas Brambilla (Grayson Revoir), prometeogallery (Giuseppe Stampone), La Veronica (Moira Ricci), Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea (Stefania Galegati Shines), SpazioA (Francesco Carone), Frutta Gallery (Gabriele De Santis), Marie Laure Fleisch (Sergio Breviario), Monitor (Guido Van Der Werve), Nomas Foundation (Tomaso De Luca), CO2 (Andrea Dojm), Guido Costa Project (Cuoghi Corsello), Norma Mangione Gallery (Ruth Proctor), Alberto Peola (Botto&Bruno) Galleria Upp (Ryts Monet).