The commitment of Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masato promising contemporary art talents continues with two projects for artists and curators: Illy SustainArt, with a deadline of 8 March, and the Moroso Prize for contemporary art, the exhibition of 12 selected artists, held in the BLM spaces starting on 23 March. Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa and Illy join forces in the project Illy SustainArt, aimed at artists and curators residing in one of the countries indicated by the International Monetary Fund as emerging or developing. The idea is to communicate the value of artwork to outstanding exponents of worldwide contemporary art. The project involves a study residency of three months, from August to October2013, at the BLM spaces, boasting one of the oldest art residency programs in Europe.The international jury will be chaired by Michelangelo Pistoletto and composed of Angela Vettese, Meskerem Assegued, Carlos Basualdo, Suman Gopinath, Gerardo Mosquera, Mariangela Mendez Prencke and Carlo Bach. www.illysustainArt.org. Furthermore, theMoroso Prize for contemporary art also returns, organized by Moroso, one of the most famous furnishings brands of Made in Italy, in collaboration with Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa. The jury composed of Andrea Bruciati, Patrizia Moroso and Olafur Eliassonhas selected a short list of 12 finalists, who starting on Saturday 23 March will show their works at the Gallery at Piazza San Marco of Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa. These projects will be judged by a jury composed of Giulio Cappellini, Lorenzo Fluxà, Greg Lynn, Ross Lovegrove and Angela Vettese. The panel will select three winning projects, which will be produced by the company in the creation of a site-specific work for three Moroso showrooms.