January 2017

Phoenicia Hotel Art Photo (PHAP) Competition

Phoenicia Hotel Art Photo (PHAP) Competition

Rebecca Russo is Honorary Member of the Judges Board for the Phoenicia Hotel Art Photo (PHAP) Competition.
Building once again on its established reputation as an Art Hotel and supporter of artistic talent, the Phoenicia Hotel announces the launch of the Phoenicia Hotel Art Photo (PHAP) competition.
This initiative invites one artist per month to enjoy complimentary room and board for a night at the Phoenicia Hotel and to create a work of art using the medium of photography during the experience. Participating artists will compete for a grand prize of USD 5,000, which comes with a quirky twist: the prize money will be increased by the same amount in dollars as the room number allocated to the winning artist during their stay.
Judging of the 12 pieces of photo art will take place at the end of each year and will be followed by an exhibition of the works.
A limited edition of five prints of each of the 12 works will be made available for sale during the exhibition, with part of the proceeds going to the photographers and part to charities of their choice.
For info visit www.p-h-a-p.com or email us on info@p-h-a-p.com
One photographer per month is invited to the Phoenicia Hotel to produce one Art Photo during a one-night stay.
An annual exhibition, displaying all 12 Art Photos, will be held at the end of the year. A judging panel will announce the winner for the year at the launch of the exhibition.
The Phoenicia Hotel is a place where anything can happen.
It could be magical, romantic, creative, intriguing, inspiring, mysterious… With the click of their fingers, prepare to be enchanted. The captured scene is transformed into art.
The judging panel includes the globally exhibited photographer Roger Moukarzel, Art Collector Tarek Nahas and Rebecca Russo, Art Collector, President of the Videoinsight® Foundation


Videoinsight® Prize 2017

Si comunica che il Vincitore del Premio Videoinsight® 2017 e’

Fabrizio Passarella con l’opera

‘Il Giardino Rabescato / The Arabesque-adorned Garden’
(Kitab al-Qalb) | 2013-2016

La Fondazione Videoinsight® acquisisce l’opera per la Videoinsight® Collection, offre all’Artista un Solo Show presso il Videoinsight® Center e la pubblicazione dell’opera nel Catalogo della Collezione Videoinsight® 2017.


Videoinsight® Primary School

The Videoinsight® Foundation applies Videoinsight® Method in Primary Schools for the Support of psychological resources, the orientation of attitudes and Talents in the Age of Development, and the psycho-physical discomfort Prevention.

The Videoinsight® Primary School, no profit, provides for the Videoinsight® experience proposal defined on the basis of the diagnosis of psychological, educational and teaching class groups. Based on truly careful consideration of the specific needs of each class group, after a preliminary meeting with the teachers, children watched Contemporary Art images with High Videoinsight®Impac , selected on specific objectives for Prevention and promotion of psychophysical Wellness. These images are interpreted by pupils individually and collectively. Spontaneous story-telling are valued by the Videoinsight® expert, and in a second moment elaborated by the children through body expression by theater-therapy.The Videoinsight® Foundation proposes the Videoinsight® experience also to the Teaching Staff and the children’s parents involved in.
The general objectives of the Videoinsight® experience are relaxation, elevated mood, stimulation of cognitive functions and creativity, the strengthening of confidence, the feeling of security and motivation, reducing anxiety by performance, the fear restraint and negative emotions, the activation of the developmental resources.
Since 2017 the Videoinsight® School project has been launched by Tita Giunta, Lucia Centurelli, Cristina Botte, supervised by Rebecca Russo, in three Public Schools of Orbassano: Scuola Rodari, Scuola Gramsci, Scuola C. Pavese.