Arte Laguna Prize 18th Edition | Open Call Ends 26.10.2023

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About The Arte Laguna Prize 18

Arte Laguna Prize is an international contemporary art contest that welcomes artists of any age, country, and artistic background, without gender differences and with a free theme. The contest offers many opportunities to the participants, who can increase their network, get global visibility, and get access to precious resources to develop their careers.

With 18 years of history, the Arte Laguna Prize gives artists the opportunity to:

  • Exhibit in Venice (Italy) at the Arsenale Nord;
  • Win a cash prize of €10,000;
  • Join a large network of collaborations around the world;
  • Get free visibility;
  • Sell their works on the online platform;

Arte Laguna Prize 18th Edition

The Prize is open to the following artistic disciplines: painting, sculpture and installation, photographic art, video art, short films, performance and acting (stage and film), digital art, digital graphics and cartoons, environmental and land art, urban art, street art, and design.

Jean-Philippe Cоté and Victor Drouin-Trempe, finalists of the 17th edition of Arte Laguna Prize in the digital art section.
“Cruiser for Everyone” | Arte Laguna Prize Best-Seller artist POZAS on view in a Solo Exhibition in Venice
Queer art shines at Arte Laguna Prize

The International Jury

The jury selects the 120 artists that will exhibit at the Arsenale Nord in Venice. It is is composed of important curators and directors of museums operating in several countries, such as:

  • Laura Barreca, Art Historian and Scientific Director of MUDAC Museum of Arts
  • Giulia Colletti, Public Programs and Digital Sphere’s Curator at Castello di Rivoli Museo D’arte
  • Contemporanea
  • Krist Gruijthuijsen, Director of Kw Institute in Berlin
  • David Max Horowitz, Assistant Curator at The Solomon R. Guggenheim
  • Lu Peng, Academic Committee Director Of Chengdu Biennale
  • Anushka Rajendran, Curator of Prameya Art Foundation
  • Gonzalo Herrero Delicado, Curator, Educator and Architect

The Exhibition Venue

A symbol of the power of the “Serenissima” Republic, the Arsenale Nord of Venice is today a completely restored area. With its 4,000 square meters, the evocative spaces of the Arsenale Nord provide the ideal setting for displaying and promoting the finest creations of the contemporary art scene.

You’ll have the unique opportunity to exhibit in the iconic space of the Arsenale Nord of Venice from March 02 to April 01, 2024, during an international exhibition that welcomes more than 10 10,000 visitors each year.

The Network

Each year Arte Laguna Prize collaborates with high-level international partners to offer artists a wide range of opportunities around the world. The Special Prizes include collaborations with:

  • art galleries, that will select an artist for a solo exhibition;
  • art residencies in Italy and abroad, to provide artists with a multicultural and inspiring environment
  • to create new works;
  •  companies, to connect creativity with the productive sector;
  • art festivals and exhibitions, to enhance the artists’ international visibility and create new projects;

Conditions of Participation

Applications have no restrictions and are open to all artists. The deadline is on October 26, 2023.

Fine their Terms & Conditions here.

Visit Arte Laguna Prize’s website to learn more and Apply!



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