& Jury

Discover the Prizes and the Jury of Art Rights Prize, the first Digital Prize for 3.0 artists

The Prizes

The Art Rights Prize offers over 30 prizes that will be awarded to the finalist artists selected by the Jury, for a total value of over € 100,000 in cash and services in recognition of personal merit and as an encouragement in the interest of the community.

In addition to the prizes awarded by the Jury of Experts, Art Rights Prize thanks to its Partners offers further awards in services and presents the Special Audience Prize, thanks to which all participating artists will have the opportunity to promote their art thanks to the digital platform: the greater the votes received, the more opportunities they will have to win the final prize in public money.

Over 30% of 100 finalists will receive a prize!

Supported by


For 1st 2nd 3rd classified for each artistic category (Painting - Photography - Video Art - Digital Art - Street Art)

Cash Prize

To the first classified for each category

Audience Prize

The special cash prize of € 5,000 for the work that will receive the most "Likes" from the public during the Virtual Final Exhibition


1 year of access to the video courses of, the first community dedicated to learning, updating and guidance on the professions of art

Artist Starter Kit

Which includes a set of contract forms together with a complete set of video courses


Creation of a Website offered by Art Backers Agency, the first Cultural Marketing and Communication agency entirely dedicated to the world of art 3.0

Digital Strategy

Study and design of a customized Digital Strategy offered by Art Backers Agency

Curatorial Advisor

1 hour of Curatorial Advisory offered by Team MoCDA, The Museum of Contemporary Digital Art

Digital Exhibition

1 week exhibition at MoCDA, The Museum of Contemporary Digital Art

Art residency in Cagliari, Sardinia

Art residence offered by The AB Factory, a creative space open to support culture, art, artists and creativity in Cagliari

Limited Edition

Support for the production of a Limited Edition offered by Art Backers

Collaboration with MTArt Agency

Possibility to collaborate with MTArt Agency for some events / initiatives


A 1-hour webinar with a focus on the English art market

Training Day

A training day for artists by Open Care - Servizi per l'Arte

Winning artists presentation

Presentation event of the works of the Winning Artists offered by Open Care - Services for Art


Isorropia Homegallery offers one of the finalist artists 1 Exhibition for the 2021-2022 season


Hub / Art will make its exhibition space available for an exhibition of one or more artists. On this occasion, a catalog dedicated to the exhibition and the opening event supported by Hub / Art will be created.

The Jury

Art Rights Prize with a view to sharing and meeting professionals and experts in the sector, submits the works of the candidate artists to the attention of a Jury made up of 15 experts from the international art system and market, 3 for each artistic category.

In addition to the category juries, a Jury was formed for the “Partners Prize”.

Art Rights Prize intends to involve all the candidate artists and announce the winners of the “Audience Prize”, where the Selection Jury will be the voting audience on the digital platform to support their favorite artist.


Works made on canvas, drawing on paper, media mix without limitations in size, technique used or theme addressed


Curator | art critic

Luca Beatrice was born in 1961 in Turin, where he lives.

Lecturer in art history at the Albertina Academy in Turin, at the IAAD in Turin and professor of contemporary art and culture in Milan. Art critic and curator of exhibitions, he collaborates on the cultural pages of Il Giornale, he also writes on Tuttosport and Linkiesta.

His latest book was published in May 2020, entitled “Art is freedom? Censorship and censors at the time of the web ”for Giubiliei Regnani.

Next January the publication of “Da che arte sei? Ten lessons to understand the contemporary “(Rizzoli)

Maria Chiara Valacchi is an art critic, independent curator and art writer based in Milan.

In 2010 she founded and curated the non-profit spazio Cabinet in Milan which hosted a series of recognized mid-career international artists.

In 2014 she founded and is editor-in-chief of “Paint!” an online platform exclusively dedicated to the dissemination and research of the best contemporary painting, the first to use the direct contribution of illustrious international painters.

Since 2015 she has been an international contributor of “ArtForum International Magazine” and since 2017 of “Il Corriere della Sera” and “Il Fatto Quotidiano” for which he is responsible for the thematic columns dedicated to Contemporary Art.

As an independent curator she has to her credit over eighty exhibitions held in private and public spaces, among the most recent “Supercolla”, a project on the Superleggera by Giò Ponti, created in Milan involving Italian and foreign artists and designers, all organized for the Museum of Art Modern and Contemporary of San Marino.

Among the main magazines with which he collaborated: Artforum, Flash Art, Arte e Critica, Arte, Muse and Inside.

For these he has published some monographic articles and interviews with important curators, collectors, and international artists.






Marta Giani, Director, Expert of the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, has worked with Sotheby’s Italy since 2006.

She joins the Sotheby’s team in Milan, where he began his career as a Junior Specialist for the Modern and Contemporary Art department.

Always in close contact with her colleagues in London, Paris and New York for international valuations and auctions, she has been Deputy Director and fulcrum of the Milan department since 2012.

Since 2016 she has been promoted to Co-head of Sale of the Milanese sales of Modern and Contemporary Art: she recently orchestrated the sale of the international collection “White VS Color” in May 2017.

From June 2018 she became Head of sale of the Milanese sales of Modern and Contemporary Art.


Unique photographic works or part of a series in color or black and white

Artistic director of the Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice, consultant of the Venice Foundation for the management of photographic heritage.

In 2015 he founded Still, a multifunctional space with a specific focus on photography, in Milan.

From 2005 to 2014 he headed the Contrasto-Milan agency. Between 2002 and 2003 he curated photographic auctions for Sotheby’s in Italy. For over fifteen years he was a photographic critic for Vivimilano and Corriere della Sera.

He has directed the monthly Il Fotografo and currently edits Rolling’s digital magazine Black Camera

He has edited various publications for Marsilio.





An advocate for artists since a young age, Marine Tanguy managed her first gallery at age 21 and opened her first art gallery in Los Angeles at age 23.

After seeing the restrictiveness of the traditional gallery model, Marine launched MTArt Agency in 2015.

MTArt is the first talent agency for visual artists worldwide. Clients love to work with the agency to identify the next rising star in the art world.

They trust its rigorous selection and the expertise of the team to integrate their art in the most extraordinary contexts.

MTArt Agency was behind the largest public art painting in the world: the project of Saype in Paris supported by 30 companies including the Eiffel Tower and the Guardian Media Group. Its artists enhance your homes, cities, screens, and advertising spaces with their art.

Marine was awarded Forbes 2018 30 under 30 Europe: Art & Culture and UK entrepreneur of the year for the 2019 NatWest Everywoman Awards.

She is a writer and keynote speaker on contemporary art and art investment. Her talks include two TEDx Talks on how to transform cities with art and how social media visuals affect our minds.

Graduated in Economics and Commerce from the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan, after 15 years of experience in the strategic consulting and corporate finance sector, she founded in 2011, with her father Fabio Castelli, MIA Milan Image Art Fair in 2011, the first fair of international art dedicated to photography as a language of contemporary art.

In MIA Fair, she holds the role of Exhibition director and head of business development.

Passionate about art and design, she is a collector of photography and contemporary art.


Exhibition director | MIA PHOTO FAIR

Digital Art

Works created with the use of computers and software, reproducible on digital media


head jury | FOUNDER | museum of contemporary digital art

Serena Tabacchi is an entrepreneur, curator and digital writer. She worked at TATE Modern and is co-founder and director of MoCDA, the Museum of Contemporary Digital Art.

She is currently researching how to curate digital art exhibition online and in IRL (real life) . Serena regularly writes for The Observer and has curated the past editions of CADAF (Contemporary & Digital Art Fair) alongside the Lumen Art Projects.

Serena is an ambassador for Diversity and Inclusion at the Blockchain Game Alliance, where she organizes weekly events on Art, Gaming and Blockchain. Serena is currently developing an art and gaming experience in The Sandbox Game and is co-curating a research exhibition project with UCL (University College London) in collaboration with Hobs 3D.

Karen has previously worked at Sotheby’s London Private Client Group where she was responsible for European and Asian clients.

Prior to this, she worked at a number of other leading art institutions and auction houses such as Phillips and Asia Society, and coordinated the successful “Art of the World” project at the Shanghai World Expo in 2010.

She founded the events agency “The Art of this Century”, providing tailor-made experiences and special encounters in the world of art, while in 2019 she co-founded AiKA – Strategy & Art Connection.

Karen actively participates in the construction of her family’s private collection, DSLcollection, an important Western collection focused on Chinese contemporary art.


Founder | The Art of this Century |

dsl Collection



Professional journalist specializing in art and the market.

He has a degree in Philosophy of Science. He writes regularly for MilanoFinanza, GQ, MarieClaire Maison, Patrimoni, Private, Gentleman and has a column on ArtsLife “Motel Nicolella” in which he hosts and interviews art personalities.

Strategic consultant for the non-profit association SAVE THE ARTISTIC HERITAGE, he is also the television host of the “Top Lot” program on the “Class CNBC”.

He is an Art Market specialist for the IED Venice and IULM Milan Universities, as well as being an Art Consultant for companies engaged in CSR and for private collectors

Video Art

Artistic works based on the creation and reproduction of moving images using digital or analog video equipment

Carolina Ciuti is a curator of contemporary art. She graduated in History and Protection of Artistic Heritage at the University of Florence and then specialized in Contemporary Art with a Masters degree at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London.

She currently holds the position of artistic director of the LOOP video art festival in Barcelona, ​​where she has worked with internationally recognized artists such as Regina de Miguel, Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Aleksandra Mir, Muntadas, Steina and Woody Vasulka and Anton Vidokle.

Her curatorial projects have been exhibited at Cinéphèmère-FIAC Paris, the Filmoteca de Catalunya, Fabra i Coats – Center d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, ​​MACBA and Real Cercle Artístic. She edited the publications I Have A Friend Who Knows Someone Who Bought a Video, Once (Mousse Publishing, 2016) and Before The Name: a book on an itinerant performance project. (RAM Editions, 2018).

She was a collaborator of the magazine La Maleta de Portbou and the publishing house Istituto Italiano Edizioni Atlas. In 2017 she co-founded the CRiB collective, with which he creates hybrid proposals between visual arts, theater and performance.


Art director LOOP Barcelona



Graduated in Art History from Suor Orsola Benincasa in Naples in 2013 with a thesis on how certain types of films can be transformed into works of art and enter museum spaces.

Sveva D’Antonio after various internships in contemporary art galleries in Naples and Brussels, she started working at the Laveronica gallery in Modica initially as an assistant and then became a partner in 2016. The gallery focuses its research on the human condition through socially and politically engaged art.

In April 2020 Sveva left the gallery to look for new challenges and opportunities for the development of her career. She has always dedicated herself to the family collection, a passion for art that she shares with her husband Francesco since their first meeting. The Taurisano collection now has almost more than 400 works with a focus on emerging artists and the active support of their practices.

Jean Conrad Lemaitre born 5/6/43 in Paris.

Studies ESCP Paris INSEAD fontainebleau (mba). Married Isabelle de Turckheim and lives in Paris. Collector of video art with his wife since 1996, since then 20 exhibitions of our collection in museums in France, Germany, Spain, USA, Perù, Argentina, China, South Korea, Japan and many others.

Mr Lemaitre is President of the LOOP Barcelona Video Art Fair Committee

Jean Conrad Lemaitre

COLLECTOR | president loop barcellona

Street Art

Works, graffiti and installations made in urban areas with any technique

Community Partner and Contemporary & Street Art Contributor Forbes Italia

In Community since 2003, Marco has a deep experience in financial communication and Litigation PR. For Community he manages the communication of prestigious Italian and international companies, supporting them in ordinary and extraordinary finance operations.

The experience gained in the Community is completed with the management of corporate communication for some of the major multinationals operating in Italy. He is a member of the board of the Laps Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Lapo Elkann, and of the Reputation Science Advisory Board.

Since 2018 he is contributor for contemporary & street art for Forbes Italia.


JURY HEAD | Partner OF Community e Contemporary | Street Art Contributor Forbes Italia



For many years he worked as an art curator and, in particular, followed artists linked to the Street Art movement.

Giuseppe Pizzuto is a lawyer, and for four years he has been working for an investment fund operating in the renewable energy sector.

In 2011 he became a partner of the Wunderkammern gallery based in Rome, together with his friend Giuseppe Ottavianelli, transforming his great passion for art into his second job.

In a few years, the two friends together got the gallery off the ground: they consolidated their presence at fairs, strengthened the ranks of collectors and, in 2016, with the entry into the company of Dorothy de Rubeis – also a lawyer, they opened the Milan office.

At the beginning of 2018, in addition to two partners who have a role more like “pure” investors, Ina Nico, a professional active in the world of communication who collaborates with an important brand, joined the large “family” Wunderkammern as a partner. Italian fashion.

Matteo Maffucci, singer, writer, journalist and passionate collector.

In the 2000s he was one of the voices of Zero Assoluto, in 2016 he was the author and host of the MURO street art program for Sky Arte; in May 2018 he founded the web star agency One Shot Agency.

Madly curious, he casually “stumbles” into street art; he is passionate about it, collects it, supports it, communicates it with the immediacy of social media, where transmitting the beauty of art has become a mission.