ISORROPIA HOMEGALLERY SELECTED THE WINNING ARTISTS OF THE PARTNER AWARD FOR ART RIGHTS PRIZE 2020
The awarding of the finalists of the Art Rights Prize 2020 continues thanks to the prestigious awards of the partners
In addition to the prizes awarded by the Jury of Experts, Art Rights Prize, thanks to its prestigious Partners, offers further services and awards to support the finalist artists.
Isorropia Homegallery is a non-profit cultural association that finds its physical exhibition space in that lived by its founders and has supported artists, art galleries and cultural institutions over time in the creation of exhibitions and events in support of art
Isorropia Homegallery, in support of the Art and Artists of the Art Rights Prize, as a partner, provides:
- Exhibition for a selection of finalist artists scheduled for the 2021-2022 season
Let’s find out together the winners of this prestigious award
Paolo Treni (Desenzano, 1981) lives between Brescia and Milan. Applying Jacques Lecoq’s neutral mask method to scenography, he explores the role of light in our perception of colors and
When he paints, he merges the gaze of the body into the gestures of the drawing, transposing it into Suminagashi digital art. Then, using the CNC laser as a micro-brush, he engraves his dreamlike images in Plexiglas.
Federica Cogo (1985) in 2012 won the 2nd prize in the video section at Premioceleste with the work Untitled # 1. Shortly after, it is within the PLAYTIME project that leads her to exhibit in Beijing and later in Milan, in collaboration with VisualContainer.
CATEGORIA VIDEO ARTE
Alex Frost’s art captures an optimized and energized life “on the go”.
Whether it is to create objects for a gallery or to produce videos for online circulation, the life it contains is one in which consumption rules all life.
Christine Kettaneh is a Lebanese artist, holder of an MA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (’13) and an MSc in Finance and Economics from the London School
of Economics (’05).
Kettaneh investigates the boundaries of language and systems in research-based works that are simultaneously sculptural and performative.
CATEGORIA ARTE DIGITALE
Evelyn Bencicova is a visual artist specializing in photography and art direction.
She has an educational background in fine arts and new media studies.
Evelyn’s practice combines her interest in contemporary culture with academic research to create a unique aesthetic space where the conceptual meets the visual.
Marjan Moghaddam is an award-winning digital artist / animator, renowned for her original and unique 3dCG style of figuration.
Her prolific career spans decades and includes attending top festivals like Siggraph, galleries and museums, and seminal performances during the early days of the internet.
Winner of the 3rd edition of Master of Photography at just 19 years old, she worked alongside
Oliviero Toscani in his FABRICA academy during his Management studies at
In the summer of 2019, in New York, she collaborated with portrait photographer Chris Buck and held the role of photo-editor at the fine-art photography publication Musèe Magazine.
Born in Egypt and living in Italy, she studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, and is currently attending a Master in Communication and Art Care in Rome.
Eltoukhy’s recent work explores the connection between writing and painting, she uses delicate but intense colors through which she tells stories. She creates pages full of visual poetry, showing the mental images of the memories etched in her mind.
Discover all the works selected by the Jury within the extraordinary 3D Virtual Final Exhibition of Art Rights Prize 2020
Until January 31, 2021 take part in the live events of the Community Art Rights Prize and don’t miss the talks and the announcement of the winners!