Arte Laguna Prize 19

Apply now to Arte Laguna Prize 19, the emerging contemporary artists competition based in Venice, and have the chance to exhibit in the beautiful Arsenale Nord in Venice, win the 10.000 cash prize and the 16 Special Prizes.

Arte Laguna Prize 19 is a Contemporary Art contest based in Venice, Italy. It is open to artists and designers from all around the world, with no restrictions of age, gender, nationality and artistic background, and the theme is free. The techniques admitted are: painting, sculpture and installation, photographic art, video art and short films, performances and acting (both on stage and video), digital art, digital graphics and cartoons, environmental and land art, urban art and street art, art design.

In the jury, as for each edition, important names of the current artistic scene will select the 110 finalists who will compete for the prize of 10,000 euros and will have the opportunity to exhibit in the beautiful 3,000 square meters of the Arsenale Nord in Venice from November 16 to December 8, 2024.

In addition, all participants will have the opportunity to apply for the prizes created in collaboration with international partners:

- 11 Art Residences all around the world

- 1 Business for Art project

- 1 Festival/group exhibition participation

- 1 Gallery exhibition 

- 2 Sustainability and Art projects

All applicants will also have access to the digital portal Arte Laguna World, where they can upload up to 20 artworks to exhibit and sell them. They can self-manage the account and it does not expire.

Applications are open until 31 July 2024.

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Cristina Corsi

Cristina Corsi

Arte Laguna Prize is the international competition, with international jurors, dedicated to visual arts and design that gives artists the opportunity to join a large network of collaborations, get free visibility and sell their works on the online platform, win a cash prize of € 10,000, exhibit in Venice (Italy) at the Arsenale Nord.


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