WINNERS OF THE 2017 EDITION OF THE CORPORATE ART AWARDS
In this page you will find the names of the winners of the 2017 edition of the Corporate Art Awards.
“PATRON OF THE XXI CENTURY” SPECIAL AWARD
Banca Intesa Sanpaolo, for the scale and quality of the artistic initiatives, unparalleled in the world.
“ART BONUS” SPECIAL AWARD
Assicurazioni Generali, for the restoration of the Royal Gardens in Venice.
Ferragamo, for the restoration of the Neptune Fountain in Piazza della Signoria in Florence.
"SOCIAL MEDIA” SPECIAL AWARD
Banco Central de Ecuador, with 1300 “likes” on the Corporate Art Awards website
Swiss Mobiliar, with 5,000+ "likes" on the Corporate Art Awards website
CORPORATE ART AWARDS - ITALY
American Express, for bringing the Arch of Janus in Rome back to its ancient splendor.
Borsa Italiana, for the diversified approach towards artistic initiatives with the projects “Finance for Arts”, “Rivelazioni” and “BIG” (Borsa Italiana Gallery).
Deutsche Bank, for the international prize “Artist of the year”
Enel, for the quality and scale of the artistic lighting program at international level.
Fiat, for the transformation of an Italian icon into an artwork of international reach.
Gruppo Hera, for the SCART project, an outstanding Waste Art inititaive for its scope, originality and continuity over the years.
Poste Italiane, for the P.A.I.N.T. project, a street-art inititative that has enriched the facades of 20 post offices all over Italy.
Tim, for the launch of the restoration of the Mausoleum of Augustus, a key monument in the history of Rome.
CORPORATE ART AWARDS - INTERNATIONAL
ABLV Charitable Foundation BANK (Latvia), for the promotion of Latvian artists on the national and international scene through the financing of more than 90 projects of contemporary art.
CSL Group (Canada), for the involvement of street artists in an important moment of national celebration.
DAVIDOFF Art Initiative (Switzerland/Dominican Republic), for the deep social impact and the international reach of the Art Residency program.
HBC Global Art Collection (USA), for the variety, originality and enjoyability of one of the world's leading photographic collections
International Steels Limited (Pakistan), for transforming their industrial production sites into a source of artistic inspiration.
Lufthansa (Germany), for transforming the Lufthansa Aviation Center into an inspirational place through art and architecture.
Montefiore Medical Center (USA), for making art an instrument of comfort and support in the healing process.
PLMJ Foundation (Portugal), for the support to Portuguese artists on national and international scale according to their visionary motto “A Law Firm as a Place of Culture”.
Swiss Mobiliar (Switzerland), for the outstanding art collection and art prize.
The Absolut Company (Sweden), for their long-running collaboration with 550 artists on 850 projects to shape their corporate image and brand.