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Edition 2000 - Talentum Tolerare

 

Exhibition: 11 July - 24 September 2000

Five finalists: Simone Berti, Eva Marisaldi, Paola Pivi, Alessandra Tesi, Sislej Xhafa

Winner: Sislej Xhafa

Curators: Chiara Bertola, with the advice of Giacinto Di Pietrantonio and Angela Vettese

Critics Selectors: Paolo Falcone, Claudia Colasanti, Ludovico Pratesi, Guido Molinari, Alessandra Galletta, Guido Curto, Roberto Pinto, Emanuela De Cecco, Francesca Pasini, Laura Cherubini

National Jury: Chiara Bertola (Curator of Contemporary Art at Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice), Gail Cochrane (Art critic, Turin), Roberto Daolio (Art critic and Curator, Bologna), Giacinto Di Pietrantonio (Director of Bergamo Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art), Cristiana Perrella (Art critic, Rome), Giorgio Verzotti (Curator-in-chief at Mart, Rovereto), Angela Vettese (Director of the course in Visual Arts at IUAV, Venice).

International Jury: Chiara Bertola, Ann Demeester (Curator of SMAK, Gent), Adelina von Fürstenberg (President of Art for the World, Geneva), Alberto Garutti (Artist), Joseph Kosuth (Artist), Marta Kuzma (Curator of Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington).  

Graphic project: Joseph Kosuth "Talentum Tolerare"

The special guest of the first edition of the Querini Stampalia-FURLA Prize is the artist Joseph Kosuth. His project is based on the origins of the word "talent". His work deals with two aspects: the first is the concept of "ability", which is linked to its ancient meaning of "sum of money". The second one is "tolerance", "support" according to its original Latin meaning.

Furla Graphic Project 2000
Joseph Kosuth
Furla Graphic Project 2000
Catalogue
 

Ed. Charta, Milan.

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