Public days: 6 - 8 November 2020


JaguArt is an innovative art project created through interaction between Artissima and Jaguar, with the shared desire to support emerging art and to trigger fertile long-term synergies of collaboration.

JaguArt takes the form of a true Road Show reaching major Italian cities, searching for new talents in the field of the visual arts.

10 Italian cities, 10 Jaguar dealerships, 10 contemporary art galleries, 10 fine arts academies, 10 artists: these are the protagonists of an itinerary that will conclude with the 2020 edition of Artissima in Torino, after having visited Milano, Torino, Bologna, Venezia, Genova, Roma, Napoli, Firenze, Brescia and Catania.

In each of the cities of the Road Show, a jury composed of Ilaria Bonacossa, director of Artissima, an artist or a curator and a representative of the participating gallery will select one young talent, leading to the opportunity to show work at Artissima 2020 in a group exhibition involving all ten winners.

JaguArt has the aim of underlining the fact that the bond between tradition and innovation is a central focus of our time. It is a fundamental dichotomy in the educational practice of any art school, making contemporary artists aware of the works of the great masters. The dialogue between past and future forms the basis of the strategic approach of Jaguar – and of art – to contemporary society and its narration.

Discover all the ‘stops’ of the project, while waiting for the next appointment!

All the stops

STOP No. 0


At Artissima, from 1 to 3 November 2019, the JaguArt booth involved fair visitors in a talent scouting experience. The audience, just like Artissima and Jaguar during the course of the Road Show with the young talents from fine arts academies, set out to discover 10 Italian artists among the many exhibits at the fair. “Chance” assigned each visitor one artist to discover, learning about their background and research as inspiration to leave a personal mark in the story of JaguArt.

STOP No. 1


The protagonists of the first event of the Road Show, held at the Lario Mi Auto dealership on 12 December 2019, are students at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera and NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milano: Andrea Bocca, Federico Cantale, Gaia De Megni, Cecilia Di Bonaventura, Matteo Pizzolante. The jury – composed of Ilaria Bonacossa, director of Artissima; Francesco Jodice, artist; Lodovica Busiri Vici, director of the gallery Vistamarestudio – awarded Matteo Pizzolante, who will take part in a second event at the participating gallery Vistamarestudio of Milano on 15 January 2020, and will be included in a group show, together with 9 other selected artists, presented during Artissima 2020 (6-8 November).
Artissima Digital
powered by