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Bulgari and MAXXI Museum team up to support young art

Bvlgari and MAXXI Museum launch a six-year collaboration to support young artists around the globe, expanding the horizon of Italy's contemporary art.
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MAXXI Museum in Rome is the first Italian national museum dedicated to the conservation of contemporary arts and now, together with Bulgari, they have launched the 2018 MAXXI BVLGARI Prize to support and promote young talents in art.

This year, three finalists Invernomuto (Simone Bertuzzi and Simone Trabucchi), Talia Chetrit and Diego Marcon are selected by an international panel of jury for their 'awareness of the historical moment in which we are living and their capacity for expanding the confines of the artistic idiom'.

Their unpublished and recent works will be housed in MAXXI Museum's Gallery 4 from 1st June to 28th October 2018, which will be also presenting multiple sources of the artists' inspiration.

Before the exhibition ends, a winner will be announced on 13th October 2018, whose artworks will be acquired by the MAXXI museum.

 

Scroll down and swipe the galleries to have a sneak peak of their artworks at the exhibition: 

Invernomuto
(Simone Bertuzzi and Simone Trabucchi)

Talia Chetrit

Diego Marcon

The MAXXI Bvlgari Prize denotes an evolution of the Premio MAXXI which has provided the founding nucleus of the museum collection.

With the extraordinary partnership with Bulgari, the prize is growing its visions and horizons, not only to support Italian artist but also creatives from the different part of the globe who have over the last two years produced a new project in Italy within with the public or private spheres.

 

MAXXI BVLGARI Prize Exhibition will be held from 1st June to 28th October 2018 at MAXXI Museum, Rome.

Visit www.maxxi.art for more information.

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