projects we have curated and are currently working on
During the four days of the Venice Biennale Openings the Navy Officers’ Club was be transformed by My Art Guides into a space for art talks, press conferences, lunch breaks and cocktails to welcome the art crowd and to celebrate the opening of the 56th Venice Biennale.
The aim of the event was to create a Venice Meeting Point, a welcoming place where people can both enjoy a break from the hectic atmosphere of the vernissage, and find an interesting art program.
A selection of works by internationally renown artists, curated by Mara Sartore, were be on display in space.
The design of the space itself was be conceived by acclaimed designer Sergio Colantuoni, and the Garden will be designed and furnished by Atelier-Oï and Moroso.
For more info please visit My Art Guides Venice Meeting Point’s website.
The competition I LOVE GAI (Giovani Autori Italiani – Young Italian Authors) was started in 2015 as an initiative by SIAE together with Lightbox.
I LOVE GAI is open to all young Italian authors and directors, under 40 years old.
The second edition of the contest will be held in September 2018 during the 75th Venice International Film Festival.
For more information see the dedicated website.
PRISMA is organised by the Global Campus of Master’s Programmes and Diplomas in Human Rights and Democratisation with Lightbox as one of the partners.
The goal of PRISMA is to complement academic research with other media of knowledge, such as photography, to reach a wider international public and foster a better understanding of the issues concerning human rights and their protection. PRISMA aims at being not only a photographic event but also an unmissable annual appointment and a point of reference worldwide. Furthermore, PRISMA’s purpose is to create a network of artists, intellectuals and professionals interested in fighting for the protection of human rights and the promotion of democracy and peace.
For more information and for the contest’s schedule please visit PRISMA’s website.