Alketa Bercaj Delishaj took home two of the prizes made available to Arte Padova 2018. The jury awarded Alketa as one of the finalists of the CAT AWARD - CONTEMPORARY ART TALENT 2018, but not only.
In fact, for the second year in a row, the Mediolanum Award was presented, promoted by Banca Mediolanum, which has always been sensitive to art and emerging artists in the contemporary scene. The winner Alketa Bercaj Delishaj with the painting "Swimmers" won the 1000 € up for grabs.
The awarding jury was composed of:
Buggin Antonio - Artist and Teacher at IUAV of Venice
Tedaldi Gilberto - Art expert
From Pos Rino - Artist
Garnets Caesar - Journalist
Chetta Rosanna - Art Publishing
Furlan Enrico - Gallery owner
Nicola Rossi - ArtePadova Artistic Director
Alketa Bercaj Delishaj
Alketa Bercaj Delishaj is a contemporary artist who has moved to Verona for many years. In addition, he has also opened his studio-studio in the province of Mantua for some time now, where he founded a small art school called "Art-Lessons Alketa".
Her works are mainly based on water and the movement of the human body: the imaginary scenarios, for her, are the attempt to explore the relationship between past, present and memory.
These works evoke a dreamy sensation of playfulness through optical illusions, where a partially autobiographical narrative is composed. In a globalized world where everything is accessible at any time, we need to find time to think about social values and reflect on our own reality.
The 29 edition of ArtePadova
The great success of ArtePadova demonstrates once again the event's ability to tell the art market and to attract the big names of the national and international scene, knowing at the same time to discover and reveal the talents of tomorrow.
The Modern and Contemporary Art Market Show has once again achieved great numbers, offering more than 25.000 visitors the masterpieces of Italian and international art and bringing to Padua some of the major galleries in Europe.
A further step forward for one of the most important national art fairs that for four days has transformed the fairground into the largest modern and contemporary art museum in Italy.
For collectors looking for big names, the exhibition has a selection of the most important interpreters of Italian 900 art, such as Lucio Fontana, Mario Sironi, Achille Perilli, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Alberto Burri, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Jannis Kounellis to name just some.
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