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Installation view, DucatoPrize 2021
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The third edition of the Ducato Prize has encountered increased participation and involvement from international artists. The awarded works confirm the contemporary trend already present in previous editions, linked to an introspective sensitivity of the subject to natural elements and technologies.


Leonardo Bigazzi Zoe De Luca Marta Papini Chris Sharp Paolo Zani


Contemporary Art Alessandro Agudio, Hiva Alizadeh, ALMARE, Thomas Berra, Christian Camacho, Stefano Cecatiello, Adelaide Cioni, Paolo Ciregia, June Crespo, Ode De Kort, Gaia Di Lorenzo, Chiara Enzo, Olivia Erlanger, Helen Anna Flanagan, Valentina Furian, Enej Gala, Stefania Galegati, Giovanni Giarretta, Megan Leigh Helig, Rodrigo Hernandez, Nona Inescu, Maria Laet, Gili Lavy, Eleonora Luccarini, Alix Marie, Agnieszka Mastalerz, Luis Lazaro Matos, MERZBAU, Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, Francis Offman, Vasilis Papageorgiou, Luca Pozzi, Elena Radice, Alice Ronchi, Giulio Saverio Rossi, Hugo Servanin, Vincenzo Simone, Buhlebezwe Siwani, Alberto Tadiello, Justin Randolph Thompson Academy Federico Arani, Francesco Bendini, Carlos Casuso, Giuseppe Di Liberto, Luca Frati, Carla Giaccio, Valentina Lupi, Andrea Noviello, Valentina Parati, Giulia Querin


Contemporary Art June Crespo, Valentina Furian, Nona Inescu Art Academy Federico Arani, Carlos Casuso, Carla Giaccio Darias


The winner of Contemporary Art section was Nona Inescu, with a special mention awarded to Olivia Erlanger. For the Art Academy section, Carla Giaccio Darias was the winner.

Nona Inescu, Echo (2017)
Olivia Erlanger, Roseville (2020)
Carla Giaccio Darias, Tan a largo potro (2021)
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