Established in 2012 Fondazione Fiera Milano Acquisition Fund, worth €100,000, is intended for works of art that will enrich the Fondazione Fiera Milano's collection, which is currently housed in the Palazzina degli Orafi, the Foundation's headquarters, and consists of over 110 works representing various artistic languages. All the works are visible at the following link.



Conceived as a partnership between miart and Herno, the prize of €10,000 is now in its ninth edition and will be assigned to the booth with the best exhibition project. 



Conceived as a partnership between miart and LCA Studio Legale, the prize of €4,000 was established in 2015 and will be assigned to the best presentation within the section Emergent.



The second edition of the Henraux Foundation Sculpture Commission provides for the production of a marble work to an artist from the Established section identified by a jury constituted for the occasion and headed by Edoardo Bonaspetti, Henraux Foundation’s Artistic Director. Henraux Foundation Sculpture Commission includes a cash reward and the activation of a residency at the Henraux headquarters and quarries in Querceta di Seravezza (LU) where the artist will have the chance to produce the sculpture, assisted by skilled craftsmen and innovative technologies.




The Orbital Cultura - Nexi Group Award, now in its second edition, will be the only prize exclusively dedicated to photography in all its forms.
Selected among those represented by the galleries in the Established and Portal sections, one artist will be commissioned to create, with an award of Euro 10,000, a photographic documentation work of a museum complex. This edition of the prize, thanks to the collaboration with the Muncipality of Milan on the occasion of Milano Art Week, is dedicated to Castello Sforzesco.



The prize, in memory of the President of Fonderia Artistica Battaglia, has a value of €10,000 and will be assigned to an artist who will realize his sculpture in Fonderia Artistica Battaglia with the assistance of its artisans. 





The first edition of the SZ Sugar miart commission, an award of 5,000 euros that will be expanded further over the next two years, gave galleries participating in the exhibition the opportunity to have their artists interpret the first page of the score of Allez Hop, a mimed story by Italo Calvino set to music by Luciano Berio.

Of all the ideas and proposals evaluated by SZ Sugar, with the support of a curatorial team, the project by David Lieske (represented by Corvi-Mora, London) was judged to be the most deserving. The final work is shown at the fair.



First edition of the Residenza 725 Prize, worth €5.000, which will be assigned to the best project within the Portal section. The prize is named to the homonymous Residenza 725, the physical and digital platform that gathers culture and the phygital commerce universe: an evolution for Coltorti, a reality that has operated in the luxury retail for 90 years, collaborating with the world's best brand of fashion, design, beauty and lifestyle.



Established in 2009 as first prize in miart, it achieves its 14th edition and consist in the acquisition of an artwork on an emergent or mid-career artist. The artwork will be donated to Museo del Novecento in Milan.




At its second edition, the prize stems from the desire of the fashion designer and collector Massimo Giorgetti to support young artists at the beginning of their careers. The prize worth €5,000 will be awarded to an emerging artist to support their practice and research.