The “A Collection” Prize goes to Serena Gamba and Sebastien Reuzé.
The “A Collection” Prize has been awarded. The production prize – associated with a residency course – allows the winning artist to design a tapestry and preside over the ensuing weaving phases.
The commission – made up of Francesca Taroni, editor-in-chief of Living, Corriere della Sera and of the website living.corriere.it, Director of Abitare, Donatella Bollani, freelance journalist, web editor and podcaster for the development of content and special initiatives, lecturer at 24Ore Business School and member of the ADI “Research for Business” Commission, Roberto Bosi, Head of Casabella Formazione, Director of ProViaggiArchitettura, professor of Architectural Design, University of Florence, Chiara Casarin, Director of “A Collection” APS and curator, promoter of the Award, and Giovanni Bonotto, President of “A Collection” APS, master weaver and promoter of the Prize – decided to award two artists: Serena Gamba, represented by Isolo 17 Gallery, Verona, for “the refined research that invites observers, on the basis of verbal language, to create their own visual image, letting them participate in the creative act” and Sebastien Reuzé, represented by UN-SPACED Gallery, Paris, “who uses photography together with pictorial language, creating a lyrical evocation. Both embody the spirit of the prize, aimed at creativity and the basis of the creative process as provided by the tapestry.”