On Nov. 25, 2022, “Emilio” and “Umi Hotaru,” another work by the artist, will end up on display at the Palazzo
Martinengo (Brescia) along with those of the winners of the other competing sections.
Cecilia Del Gatto will receive in 2023 as a prize a period of residence in the “House of Artists” in Milan to continue her activity.

In No. 5 of “The light observer magazine,” which features the relationship with light through
multiple viewpoints of visual artists, there is an interview about the project “Umi hotaru” by artist Cecilia Del Gatto.
Eleonora Paciullo and Hugo Berger were able to tell, through their questions, the long and complicated sequence of studies and findings that made possible the realization of the photographic project.

On Saturday, November 27, 2021, an award ceremony was held for the winning and mentioned artists of the Francesco Fabbri Prize for the Contemporary Arts. The event, curated by Carlo Sala, is promoted by Fondazione Francesco Fabbri in collaboration with the city of Pieve di Soligo, with the support of the Veneto Region.

“ET CETERA – ISOLATION,” an exhibition dedicated to the work of 15 young Italian photographers called to decline through 3 works each the theme of loneliness, at a time when social life and inner world are changing, on the basis of new individual and collective needs