The EDIT Dinner Prize promoted by EDIT—an innovative gastronomic hub that combines experimentation with sharing—is a new prize consisting in the production and artistic direction of a dinner to be realised at EDIT on the occasion of the 2019 edition of the fair.
Promoted by Campari Group, the prize is assigned to an artist under 35 whose research focuses on the evocative power of storytelling in all its interpretations, and on the communicative dimension of the work.
Sári Ember, presented by Ani Molnár, Budapest was the winner of the first edition of the prize.
The OGR Award is a prize of Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT leading to the acquisition of a work of the new Sound section as part of the foundation’s collection, for the OGR – Officine Grandi Riparazioni in Turin.
Rokni Haerizadeh, represented by Isabelle van den Eynde (Dubai) with a group of works of the series Fictionville shown in the Disegni section, was the winner of the first edition of the prize.
Refresh Irinox Prize, for the new section Disegni, is awarded to an artist who, through the use of drawing, is able to “reinvent while conserving,” augmenting in a contemporary way the expressive immediacy of a medium that has always represented the most effective path for the transformation of thought into visual form.
The winner of the firs edition of the prize was David Haines, represented at Artissima by Upstream, Amsterdam.
Fondazione Ettore Fico Prize, in collaboration with Fondazione Ettore Fico, it promotes the work of emerging artists among all those participating in Artissima. Alongside the prize, the foundation will move forward with its major programme of acquisitions of works at Artissima to augment the collection of the MEF – Museo Ettore Fico in Torino.
David Douard, presented by Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, was the winner of the 2017 edition of the prize.
illy Present Future Prize, promoted by illycaffè and celebrating its 18th edition, it’s assigned to the most significant work in the Present Future section. Since 2012, in collaboration with Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, the prize offers the winner the exceptional opportunity to have a show in the spaces of the museum.
Cally Spooner, presented by GB Agency and ZERO… was the winner of the 2017 edition of the prize.
Sardi per l’Arte Back to the Future Prize, promoted by Fondazione Sardi per l’Arte, it’s awarded to the gallery with the most deserving project in terms of historical relevance and booth presentation in the Back to the Future section.
Loevenbruck Gallery from Paris won the fourth edition of the prize for a project of Jean Dupuy.