Atefeh Majidi Nezhad’s contribution to the event was a work of art selected from her "Zero-G Columns" collection, a project deeply rooted in her hometown of Isfahan, Iran. Her intricate interpretation of Isfahan's architecture through her artistry resonated with the jury and the audience alike, leading to her being awarded the 'Lorenzo the Magnificent Award for the arts in the Installation category, a well-deserved recognition of her talent.
The success of the XIV Florence Biennale extended beyond individual accolades, with public attendance reaching nearly 13,000 visitors – a remarkable 25% increase compared to the 2021 edition, reaffirming its significance on the global art stage. Atefeh Majidi Nezhad's outstanding achievement, capturing the second prize in the Installation category, underscores the event's commitment to celebrating artistic diversity and creativity. The XIV Florence Biennale truly left an indelible mark in the world of contemporary art and design.
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