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Banca d’Italia

For its long-term commitment in enhancing its architectural and artistic heritage


Banco Central de Argentina

“For the long-standing promotion of Argentine visual artists through the National Painting Prize"


Banco Central de Ecuador

“For the passion and enthusiasm in running their Numismatic Museum”


Borsa Italiana (Italian Stock Exchange)

For the effective involvement of Elite listed companies in the restoration of 8 works of art through the “Rivelazioni – Finance for Fine Arts” project


British Council (UK)

“For the international promotion of disabled artists in the past 25 years”


EPO (Germany)

“For shaping the daily work environment through a collection of conceptual contemporary art”



For the involvement of artists from non-OECD countries in institutional events


H.E. Sheikha Al-Mayassa (Qatar)

For her "outstanding contributions and durable influence in the Art world"


Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Italy)

For one of the best collections in the world in the institutional sector


JRC ISPRA (European Joint Research Center)

(Special Mention) For the introduction of artistic creativity in an unexpected industrial sector.


Politecnico di Milano (Italy)

For “transforming the campus in an open-air museum with permanent and temporary exhibitions”


University of Auckland (New Zealand)

For enhancing the University’s visual identity through the 1,400 works of its Art Collection


World Bank

“for its outstanding Art Collection, containing 6,000 artworks from over 150 countries and recognized fo


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