The London Art Biennale’s vast range of prizes for selected artists includes exhibition opportunities in various prestigious locations, one of which is the Chianciano Art Museum in Tuscany, Italy.
After the main exhibition of the London Art Biennale, taking place from the 30th of June – 4th of July 2021, 25 artists from the event will be awarded and called to be exhibited in the Chianciano Art Museum for a group show spanning over the course of a month following the conclusion of the Biennale.
The building’s 3000 m2 space took three years of construction and was inaugurated in 2009 as the Chianciano Art Museum as we know it today. Housing over 1000 artworks from all over the world, from modern and classical artistic movements, including the works of Salvador Dali, Damien Hirst, Edward Munch, Rembrandt, and Guercino among many others, the Museum also hosts numerous temporary exhibitions and has been featured on news platforms such as The New York Times for its impressive collection and its impact on Tuscany as a historical attraction. An accommodator for international artworks, the Chianciano Art Museum is an artistic and cultural hotspot to the province of Chianciano Terme where Renaissance architecture and ancient Roman thermal baths call home.
One of the London Art Biennale’s aims is to help artists gain exposure in the art world, and an opportunity to exhibit Internationally would be an advantageous achievement to start their careers as formal artists.