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    Matteo Olivero Award
    Premio Matteo Olivero 40th edition
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    The 40th edition of Matteo Olivero Award invited through a public call both Italian and foreigners artists, without limits of age or medium, to realise a personal exhibition on the topic Remembering memory.

    The number of the projects perceived is 336. To judge them has been a jury composed by:

    Stefano Raimondi, Director of The Blank Contemporary Art and Artistic Director of ArtVerona
    Eva Fabbris, art historian and curator of Fondazione Prada di Milano
    Leah Pires, art writer and curator
    Roberto Giordana, vice president of Fondazione CRC, Cuneo
    Arturo Demaria, member of Fondazione Amleto Bertoni

    The winning project, Analemma, was presented by Mark Barrow (1982) e Sarah Parke (1981) and is still exhibited inside the Cappella Cavassa, a Renaissance room inserted in the cloister of the convent of San Giovanni, Saluzzo.

    Premio Matteo Olivero 40th edition
    PREMIO MATTEO OLIVERO
    Premio Matteo Olivero 40th edition



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    The 40th edition of Matteo Olivero Award invited through a public call both Italian and foreigners artists, without limits of age or medium, to realise a personal exhibition on the topic Remembering memory.

    The number of the projects perceived is 336. To judge them has been a jury composed by:

    Stefano Raimondi, Director of The Blank Contemporary Art and Artistic Director of ArtVerona
    Eva Fabbris, art historian and curator of Fondazione Prada di Milano
    Leah Pires, art writer and curator
    Roberto Giordana, vice president of Fondazione CRC, Cuneo
    Arturo Demaria, member of Fondazione Amleto Bertoni

    The winning project, Analemma, was presented by Mark Barrow (1982) e Sarah Parke (1981) and is still exhibited inside the Cappella Cavassa, a Renaissance room inserted in the cloister of the convent of San Giovanni, Saluzzo.

    Premio Matteo Olivero 41th edition
    PREMIO MATTEO OLIVERO
    Premio Matteo Olivero 41th edition



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    The 41th edition of the Prize has been the first one on invitation basis.

    The winning project, Harp, was proposed by the Columbian artist Santiago Reyes Villaveces (1986), nominated by Eugenio Viola.
    The artwork is still exhibited inside the Sacristy of the Church of Sant’Ignazio, Saluzzo.

    The international advisor that selected the artists has been:

    Lorenzo Balbi, Michael Bank Christoffersen, Andrew Berardini, Ginevra Bria, Andrea Bruciati, Emily Butler, Domenico De Chirico, Julia Draganovic, Fredi Fishli, Sara Fumagalli, Georgia Horn, Denis Isaia, Ellen Kapanadze, Lara Khaldi, Sam Korman, Luca Lo Pinto, Simone Menegoi, Bernardo Mosqueira, Alberta Romano, Sona Stepanyan, Marianna Vecellio, Saverio Verini, Eugenio Viola, Xiaoyu Weng.

    The artists selected for the 41th edition has been:

    Paola Angelini, Riccardo Arena, Mehraneh Atashi, Ruth Beraha, Luca Bertolo, Bruno Botella, Benji Boyadgian, Dachal Choi, Fabrizio Cotognini, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Anne De Boer, Aria Dean, Paul Eastwood, Farhad Farzali, Francesco Gennari, Oscar Giaconia, Corinna Gosmaro, Ayrson Heraclito, Jacob&Manila, Gvantsa Jishkariani, Andre Komatsu, Phanos Kyriacou, Leigh Ledare, Isaac Lythgoe, Andrea Mastrovito, Luca Monterastelli, Jade Montserrat, Sveta Mordovskaya, Ebechova Muslimovam Oren Pinhassi, Gala Porras Kim, Carlos Reyes, Santiago Reyes Villaveces, Adam Stamp, Jennifer Taylor, Rebecca Topakian, Nicola Verlato, Jan Vorisek, Jakub Woynarowski, Zapruder, Davide Zucco.

    The jury that judged the project perceived was composed by:

    Stefano Raimondi, Director of The Blank Contemporary Art and Artistic Director of ArtVerona
    Chrissie Iles, Curator of the Whitney Museum of New York
    Nicola Ricciardi, Director of OGR, Turin
    Roberto Giordana, Vice General Director of Fondazione CRC, Cuneo
    Arturo Demaria, member of Fondazione Amleto Bertoni

    Premio Matteo Olivero 42th edition
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    Premio Matteo Olivero 42th edition

    Photo credits: Roman März
    Courtesy: Gallery Isabella Bortolozzi and the artist



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    The German artist Veit Laurent Kurz is the winner of the 42° edition of the Matteo Olivero Prize.

    To give the Award has been an international jury composed by:

    Marianna Vecellio, Curator of Castello di Rivoli, Turin,
    Ruba Katrib, Curator of MoMA PS1, New York,
    Stefano Raimondi, Director of The Blank Contemporary Art, Artistic Director of ArtVerona,
    Roberto Giordana, Vicepresident of Fondazione CRC, Cuneo (Piedmont),
    Arturo Demaria, member of Fondazione Amleto Bertoni.

    Caterina Molteni nominated the winning artist.

    The artists selected are: Rosa Aiello, Olì Bonzanigo, Alfonso Borragán, Guendalina Cerruti, Roberto Coda Zabetta, Keren Cytter, Louis De Belle, Violet Dennison, Sarah Entwistle, Irene Fenara, Miguel Fernández de Castro, Anna Franceschini, Emily Jones, Veit Laurent Kurz, Sonia Leimer, Hanne Lippard, Marcovinicio, Silvia Mariotti, Ornaghi & Prestinari, Edoardo Piermattei, Giuliana Rosso, Gabriel Rico, Oscar Santillan, Lise Stoufflet, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Alice Visentin, Kennedy Yanko, Italo Zuffi.

    They have been selected by: Ilaria Bonacossa (Director of Artissima, Turin), Michele Bonuomo (Director of the magazine «Arte»), Elisa Carollo (Art consultant), Irene Sofia Comi (Independent curator and art critic), Laura Copelin (Ballroom Marfa’s Executive Director & Curator), Alfredo Cramerotti (Director MOSTYN, Wales), Giacinto Di Pietrantonio (Teacher of Art History at Accademia di Brera, Milan, Art critic and Independent curator), Matilde Galletti (Art historian, art critic, curator), Matteo Ghidoni (Architect and publisher), Antonio Grulli (Art critic and independent curator), Laura Lecce (Buyer for the section Design+Art of the group Yoox Net-A-Porter), Caterina Molteni (Independent curator), Hanne Mugas (Director Kunsthall Stavanger), Andrea Neustein (Independent curator), Letizia Ragaglia (Director of Museion, Bolzano), Maria Chiara Valacchi (Founder of Cabinet, Milan), Benjamin Weil (Artistic Director Centro Botín, Santander).

    Veit Laurent Kurz will realize his project in the Room “de Foix”, inside Casa Cavassa (Saluzzo, Piedmont).

    The opening, due to the coronavirus emergency, is postponed from April 24, 2020 to date to be defined.

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