ARTISSIMA 2022 TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCE
Tosetti Value – The Family office confirms its support to Artissima by promoting for the third consecutive year an award for photography, born from the desire to investigate the relationship between art and economics and to widen the perspective on the real world.
The Tosetti Value Award for Photography is in close relationship with “Prospettive. The Economy of images”, a project on contemporary photography born in 2014 and curated by Tosetti Value for Art with the aim of fueling debates and reflections on our globalized world through exhibitions and talks, in synergy with the Family office’s economic research. A jury of experts will select the artist whose photographic work is seen as particularly interesting for understanding the historical-social and economic situation of our globalized world. The winning artist, besides receiving a financial award, will have the chance to establish a dialogue with “Prospettive. The Economy of images” during 2023.
The first edition of the Tosetti Value Award for photography, supported by Tosetti Value – The Family office was awarded to Raed Yassin, presented by Isabelle van den Eynde Gallery in Dubai. Tosetti Value – The Family office acquired a work of the winning artist for its corporate collection.
The second edition of the Tosetti Value Award for Photography, supported by Tosetti Value – The Family office has been assigned to Fatma Bucak, presented by Peola Simondi Gallery in Turin. Tosetti Value – The Family office acquired a work of the winning artist for its corporate collection.
The jury for the 2022 edition of the Tosetti Value Award for Photography is composed of:
Fatma Bucak, Artist
Antonio Carloni, Vice Director Gallerie d’Italia – Turin
Walter Guadagnini, Director, CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, Turin
The twenty-ninth edition of Artissima, a totally international brand, will be held from the 3rd to the 6th of November 2022, for the first year under the Direction of Luigi Fassi, and will feature 174 mainly foreign Galleries, from 28 different countries, including several Galleries from Eastern Europe and a Gallery from Anchorage in Alaska, 35 monographic projects and three sections curated by international boards of curators, one of which is dedicated to Drawing as a means of expression.
Artissima 2022 is inspired by the theme Transformative Experience, a transformative experience capable of opening up to a world of senses and experiential realities.