For the production of a video by a young Italian artist
3d edition

[tabgroup] [tab title=”INFORMATION”]Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival announces the third edition of Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival Prize for the production of an artist’s video. 
The competition is by invitation only and is limited to ten Italian artists (or artists’ collectives) under the age of 35.

The artists will be selected by a committee composed of five Italian curators. Each curator will nominate two artists (or artists’ collectives).

The selected artists will have to propose a project for the production of an original video not less than 15 minutes long.

The jury, composed of two Italian art experts and Silvia Lucchesi, director of Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival, will nominate the winner, who will be awarded the Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival Prize, which consists of 10,000 euro, to be used exclusively towards the production of the video.

The winner will be announced during the course of the 5th edition of the Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival, Odeon Firenze, November 21-25, 2012.
The winning video will have its premiere during the course of the 6th edition of the Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival, in November 2013.[/tab]

[one_third][member name=”Lorenzo Benedetti” img=””]He is the director of the Art Center De Vleeshal in Middelburg (The Netherlands). He has been director of the art centre Volume! in Rome (2002 – 2006), founder and curator of the Sound Art Museum, Rome (2004), curator at the Museum Marta Herford, in Herford (Germany, 2006-2008).
He was guest curator at the Fondazione Pastificio Cerere in Rome (Italy) and La Kunsthalle in Mulhouse (France). He regularly writes for art magazines and catalogues.

[one_third][member name=”Irene Calderoni” img=””]Has been curator at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin since 2007. For the Fondazione, she has curated the series of exhibitions Appunti: Arte contemporanea dal dopoguerra alla fine del secolo (Villa Remmert, Ciriè, 2007-2009), and since 2010, the annual cycle Greater Torino. Among her most recent projects, Modernikon: Contemporary Art from Russia, and Press Play: Art and Information Media.
She was assistant curator for the exhibitions Silence: Una mostra da ascoltare (2007), YouPrison (2008), Adel Abdessemed. Le ali di Dio (2009), Glenn Brown (2012), 21×21. 21 Artists for the 21st Century and Indagini di un cane.[/member][/one_third]

[one_third_last][member name=”Vincenzo De Bellis” img=””]Is Co-founder and Co-Director of the Peep-Hole Art Center, a contemporary arts center which he started in 2009, in Milan, with Bruna Roccasalva and Anna Daneri.
He has been curatorial assistant at GAMeC in Bergamo (2004-2005), guest curator at Museion, Bolzano (2010) and curator in residence at the Fondazione Pastificio Cerere in Rome (2011). Starting in 2013, he will be the Artistic Director of MiArt, the International Modern and Contemporary Art Fair in Milan.
He contributes regularly to specialized publications, including Mousse e [/member][/one_third_last]

[one_third][member name=”Francesca Di Nardo” img=””]From 2006 to 2011 was Director of the Program of Artists and Curators-in-Residence at Dena Foundation for Contemporary Art in Paris.
As an independent curator she works in Italy and abroad, especially she curated exhibitions in France, in Holland and in Belgium. [/member][/one_third]

[one_third][member name=”Milovan Farronato” img=””]Is the artistic director of the Fiorucci Art Trust, London and of Viafarini DOCVA, Milan. He conceived the Roadside Picnic itinerant residences project; and the curatorial project, Volcano Extravaganza, Stromboli. He has curated one-man shows by Enrico David (Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, 2011), Christian Holstad (Galleria Civica di Modena, 2010), Katharina Grosse (Careof, DOCVA, Milan, 2009), Runa Islam (Careof, DOCVA, Milan, 2009), Katharina Fritsch (Galleria Civica di Modena, 2007) and Yayoi Kusama (Galleria Civica di Modena, 2006); also, the group shows Los Vigilantes de la Playa (Galleria Nicoletta Rusconi, Milano, 2010), I want to Believe (Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, 2008) and EGOmania (Galleria Civica di Modena, 2006).[/member][/one_third]

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[one_third][member name=”Barbara Casavecchia” img=””]Is a writer and independent curator based in Milan. Currently Contributing Editor at Frieze, she writes regularly for D/La Repubblica, Flash Art, Art Review, Kaleidoscope, Mousse, Studio. She teaches at the Academy of Brera, Milano.
With Anna Daneri, she conceived the nomadic project My Private, with exhibitions by Gregor Schneider (2003), Patrick Tuttofuoco (2004), Michael Sailstorfer (2005), Pietro Roccasalva (2006), Kris Martin (2007) and the group show My Private Escaped from Italy (2007) at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de lîle de Vassivière, France. With Andrea Zegna, she in charge of the public art project All’Aperto (Fondazione Zegna, Trivero, IT), with site-specific projects by Daniel Buren (2008), Alberto Garutti (2009), Stefano Arienti (2011), Roman Signer.
Recently, she edited Enzo Mari. 25 Modi per piantare un chiodo (Mondadori, 2011).[/member][/one_third]

[one_third][member name=”Andrea Lissoni” img=””] Andrea Lissoni, Ph.D., is an art historian and curator of the HangarBicocca in Milan. Co-founder of xing and co-director of the international festival Live Arts Week-Gianni Peng (former Netmage) he has taught at the Brera Academy since 2001 and at the Università Bocconi since 2007.
He is editor of the magazine “Cujo” (after “Primitive” by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, he followed up with an issue conceived by Jimmie Durham). He contributes regularly to Mousse Magazine.
In 2011 and 2012 he curated solo shows and exhibitions for some artists: Susan Hiller, at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti in Como; Céleste Boursier Mougenot, Angela Ricci Lucchi &Yervant Gianikian (a retrospective), Wilfredo Prieto and Tomàs Saraceno at the HangarBicocca in Milan. [/member][/one_third]

[one_third_last][member name=”Silvia Lucchesi” img=””]Since 2008, she has been director of Lo schermo dell’arte Film Festival, which she co-founded.
She is film and video program curator: Atlas of the Future. Visions on Scenarios To Come, (CCC Strozzina Firenze, 2008), Cinema e Arte for Festival dei Popoli (2005-2007), Before and After the Revolution: Italia Anni 1962-72 (Walker Art Center Minneapolis, 2001).
She is authoress of books, among them: Bulletin #1. The Documentary in Contemporary Art Practice (Berlin, Archive Books, 2012); Cinema d’artista. Toscana. 1964-1980 (Regione Toscana-Centro per l’arte contemporanea L.Pecci, 2005); and essays on the relationships between art and cinema, and on modern and contemporary Italian art. Among the exibitions she has been curator are: Francesco Lo Savio (Centro per l’arte contemporanea L. Pecci, 2004). She is director of documentaries on art and film producer.
Visiting professor at CdL Pro.G.E.A.S./University of Florence (2002-2010). She was contemporary art consultant at the TRA-ARTProject/Regione Toscana (2002-2007). Since 2000 she has been a consultant to Ars Aevi, Contemporary Art Museom Sarajevo.[/member][/one_third_last]

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[accordion-item title=”Riccardo Arena”]Milan, 1979. Lives and works between Milan and Buenos Aires.
In 2011, after his one-man show Muerte dual Ellero (Galleria Wussmann, Buenos Aires), he is one of two artists invited to represent Argentina in the Padiglione Italia nel Mondo at the 54th Biennale di Venezia. Among his recent participations: Long Play. XXIV edizione del Premio Nazionale Arti Visive Città di Gallarate (Gallarate, 2012), Floating Spaces. Art Films Screening (Teatro Paravento, Locarno, 2011) and Magic of Being (1918 Art Space, Shanghai, 2010).
Invited by Milovan Farronato [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Lucia Barbagallo”]Lecco, 1987.
In 2010, she was the resident artist at the Dena Foundation for Contemporary Arts in Paris and won the Next Art Prize at the Museo MAGA in Gallarate. Among her recent exhibitions: Jeune Creation (Espace 104, Paris, 2011), Next Art (Museo MAGA, Gallarate, 2011), Dubble Act # 1. Is it really now? (Galleria Artra, Milano, 2012) and VideoZero (Careof DOCVA, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, 2012).
Invited by Francesca Di Nardo [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Paolo Chiasera”]Bologna, 1978. Lives and works in Berlin.
Among his most recent exhibitions: The Art of Conversation (PSM, Berlin, 2012), Màn (Galleria Francesca Minini, Milan, 2012), History Forms my Revolution (Oslo University, 2011), Rotes Schauspielhaus (Rosa Luxemburg Platz, Berlin, 2010) and Forget the Heros (MACRO Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, 2008).
Invited by Lorenzo Benedetti[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Danilo Correale”]Naples, 1982. Lives and works in London.
Recent exhibitions: We have a business proposal of… (Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, 2012), Pareto Optimality (Supportico Lopez, Berlin, 2011) and We Are Making History (Entrèe, Bergen, 2011). Group shows: Moscow International Biennal for Young Art (Moscow, 2012), Sotto la strada la spiaggia (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, 2012) and Manifesta 8: The European Biennal of Contemporary Art (Murcia, 2010).
Invited by Vincenzo De Bellis [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Eva Frapiccini”]Recanati, 1978. Lives and works between Rotterdam and Turin.
In 2010, she won the Special Italia Prize of the Fondazione Fotografia Modena. Recent exhibitions: Museo Caneira, La fisica dell’impossibile (Galleria Alberto Peola, Turin, 2011) and Muri di Piombo (Spazio Milano Unicredit, Milan, 2008) and La storia che non ho vissuto. Testimone indiretto (Castello di Rivoli, Turin, 2012). In 2010, she participated in the 12th Esposizione internazionale di Architettura, Padiglione Italiano di Venezia.
Invited by Francesca Di Nardo [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Giovanni Giaretta”]Padova, 1983.
In 2010, he was in residence at the Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa and at the Dena Foundation for Contemporary Arts in Paris. Group exhibitions: L’arpa Magica (Galleria Lucie Fontaine, Milan, 2010), Livret III (Galleria Motive, Amsterdam, 2011), Corso Aperto (Villa Sucota Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, 2011) and To See an Object, to See the Light (Palazzo Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Guarene d’Alba, Cuneo 2011).
Invited by Irene Calderoni [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Marinella Senatore”]Cava Di Tirreni (Salerno), 1977. Lives and works in Berlin.
One-man shows: Rosas (Peres Project Gallery, Berlin, 2012), Abierto por obras (Matadero, Madrid, 2012) and Roommates (MACRO Museo d’arte Contemporanea, Rome 2010). She has participated in many international shows, including: ILLUMInazioni ìVenice Biennal (2011), Havana Biennal (2011) and the Moscow International Biennale (2012). In 2011, she won the Gotham Prize and was a finalist for the Premio Furla.
Invited by Irene Calderoni [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Elisa Strinna”]Padova, 1982. Lives and works between Rome and Vicenza.
Participated in the Taipei Biennale (Taiwan, 2012) and in the Nature Addict Travelling Academy (Documenta Kassel, 2012). In 2011, she participated in the 13th edition of the Movin’up Prize, and in 2011 was among the winners of the 6ARTISTA Prize, awarded by Pastificio Cerere. Group shows: Ni Dieu ni maetre (Galleria Massimo de Luca, Mestre, 2012), Re-generation (MACRO, Testaccio, Rome 2012) and Studio Visit (Galleria d’arte contemporanea di Monfalcone, 2011).
Invited by Vincenzo De Bellis [/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title=”Carlo Gabriele Tribbiòli”]Rome, 1982.
Between 2005 and 2008, he collaborated with Gianfranco Baruchello and his Fondazione. Recent shows: Reperti per il prossimo milione di anni (Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome 2012), Re-generation (MACRO, Testaccio, Rome, 2012), Smeared with the Gold of the Opulent Sun (Nomas Foundation, Rome, 2012) and Far From Where We Came (Aran Art Gallery Tehran, Iran, 2009).
Invited by Milovan Farronato [/accordion-item] [/accordion]
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