This project is developed in partnership with:

The Photographers Gallery

The Photographers Gallery was founded in London’s Covent Garden in 1971 as the first public gallery in the UK dedicated to the medium and remains a leader in the presentation and exploration of photography in all its forms. It opened its new home in Ramillies Street, Soho, London in May 2012, after an ambitious two-year redevelopment of an old textiles warehouse with new and enhanced spaces for exhibitions, learning, retail and social activities. Key to its mission are: to stimulate public understanding and deeper engagement with photography and its value to society and to ensure long term sustainability for the gallery and all its activities.


LIMA is the international platform for sustainable access to media art. In addition to the conservation and research activities LIMA acts as distributor (collection Montevideo and more). In this way LIMA maintains close contact with the practice. LIMA offers digitization services to museums, galleries and artists, and has a fully functioning digital repository for the storage of digital art. Herein, a major part of the digital collection of the Netherlands is preserved for future presentation. LIMA aims to translate media art to the current time and technology, new forms and meanings.

Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa

The Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa at the Venice Biennale was founded in 1898 shortly after the Biennale and has been host to the work of many illustrious artists such as Casorati and Boccioni. The activities of the Bevilacqua La Masa are mainly focused on the promotion of contemporary art, through exhibitions of living artists and activities involving young artists. The Fondazione includes two main exhibiting venues (the main gallery in St Mark’s square and Palazzetto Tito) and twelve artists’ studios. The Foundation organises artists’ residencies, conferences and symposia all year round, often in collaboration with universities and art institutions, both national and international.