Six winners, selected by two Committees comprised of experts and representatives of the organising bodies, will be offered the chance to spend two months, beginning in October 2017, respectively in Shanghai and Turin. This period will conclude dedicated exhibitions to present the projects developed during the residencies.
Daniele Pio Marzorati, Alberto Tadiello, Matteo Valerio are the three Italian winners, selected by the Committee comprised of its president Cristiana Perrella, Alida Moltedo and Massimiliano Tonelli.
The Committee also awarded the following honourable mentions (in order): Fabio Roncato, Matteo Locci, Paolo Puddu, Caterina Silva, Alberto Scodro, Pamela Diamante.
Following Alberto Tadiello’s renunciation of the prize-residency, Fabio Roncato was selected.
The Brief for the 3rd edition of the Premio Shanghai 2017 called for the awarding of six artist in resident grants to young Italian and Chinese artists.
The Prize is promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Italian Institute of Culture – Shanghai, the Garuzzo Institute for the Visual Arts, the Shanghai Promotion Center for City of Design, the East China Normal University of Shanghai and the DGAAP.
The six winners of the Prize are assigned artist in resident grants, three in China for emerging young Italian artists and three in Italy for emerging young Chinese artists. The Prize was created to implement the institutional roles assigned to the aforementioned institutions, to achieve the objectives of training young artists and promoting their work and projects, fostering a successful and stimulating relationship of collaboration and cultural exchange between Italy and China.
The Brief was published on the websites of the institutions promoting the Prize.
www.aap.beniculturali.it; MAECI www.esteri.it, IIC Shanghai www.iicshanghai.esteri.it; IGAV www.igav-art.org; ECNU-SOD www.design.ecnu.edu.cn; SPCCD www.designshanghai.com) and the website dedicated to the Premio Shanghai (www.premioshanghai.com).