Modern & Contemporary Art
April 14, 2016
May 29, 2016
MACRO Testaccio in Rome presents the works of the 15 finalists for the 7th edition of the Premio Fondazione VAF. This prize is awarded every two years to a young Italian artist under 40 by the VAF Foundation, a German organisation committed to promoting Italian contemporary art.
This year’s finalists are Michele Bubacco, Ottavia Castellina, Alice Cattaneo, Paolo Chiasera, Michael Fliri, Chiara Fumai, Hilario Isola, Andrea Mastrovito, Davide Monaldi, Valerio Rocco Orlando, Gianni Politi, Luigi Presicce, Roberto Pugliese, Alice Ronchi, and Mona Lisa Tina.
The winner receives 15,000 euro, in addition to an acquisition of a work that will become part of the Foundation’s collection. Second and third prizes consist of 5,000 euro each.
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