WINNERS OF THE 2017 EDITION OF THE INSTITUTIONAL ART AWARDS
In this page you will find the names of the winners of the 2017 edition of the Institutional Art Awards.
INSTITUTIONAL ART AWARDS
ABI, for the promotion of the artistic heritage of the banking sector through the project “Invito a Palazzo”.
Banca d’Italia, for its integrated approach towards art.
Bocconi University, for bringing students closer to art through the Boccony Art Gallery (BAG) project
Camera dei Deputati, for the valorization of institutional spaces through art.
European Investment Bank, for the art collection and for the artists’ residency program in support of the bank’s mission.
European Parliament, for the promotion of cultural diversity in Europe through the contemporary art collection.
FAO, for the involvement of artists from non-OECD countries in institutional events.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for one of the best collections in the world in the institutional sector.
United Nations (UNOG), for continuing to express the United Nations ideals through an art collection of 2000 artworks.
INSTITUTIONAL ART AWARDS – special mentions
JRC ISPRA, for the introduction of artistic creativity in an unexpected industrial sector.
Ministry for the Economic development, for the valorization of its own mission through the historical, artistic and architectonic heritage.
Embassy of Portugal, for recovering the urban and social value of an often neglected dimension of the roman architectural heritage.
Istituto Italiano dei Castelli, for the safeguard, conservation and valorization of the fortified architectures heritage present on the Italian territory.
Museo della Zecca, for the valorization of the Italian numismatic heritage.
PREMIO SPECIALE CONFINDUSTRIA
Bellosta Rubinetterie, for the research of new artistic talents with the project “Il bello che dura nel tempo” (the beauty that lasts over time) which merges product, architecture and expressiveness.
Molteni, for the ability to represent more than 80 years of brand heritage in the Molteni Group Museum with research, exhibition and a view over the future.
Museo Lungarotti, for its 40-year long promotion of the territory and the product's culture and history through the Museo del Vino
OTB Group, for bringing the Rialto Bridge in Venice back to its original beauty.