Choose an area and compete in an open art competition
Submit your entry and vote for your favorite artwork

The competition is completed – view the 12 winners here

FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages
Filter by Categories
Inlägg Göteborg
Okategoriserade

Diamond winners of Gothenburg Art 21

Llefen Carrera from Sweden with “Natures Dust”
Motivation of the jury:
This local artist has created an exciting and sparkling light to flow over Gothenburg. The artist’s ability to put together colors and let the light be in center impressed greatly on the jury. The light opens up the image for impressions and interpretations, and the jury is convinced that this artwork will turn out fantastic on a large facade.

“Natures dust” by Llefen Carrera 

Isaac Barreda from France with “The lost paradise”
Motivation of the jury:
A unified jury found this painting to be detailed, well thought-out, unpleasant decorative but also imaginative, creative and very beautiful. This is a painting that will last over time and at every new glance reveals new details. The artist has created a united society in an organic environment, something that has been formed in a fabulous and colorful way, or as the he calls it; The lost paradise.

 

Gold winners of Gothenburg Art 21

Thaigo Mazza from Brazil with “We are nature”
Motivation of the jury:
This painting has a nice composition and plays with patterns, dimensions and colors. It will be a very nice addition to Gothenburg’s grey and rainy days. A detailed and intense delight.

Thiago Mazza with We are nature. 

Agustina Diaz from Argentina with “Artificial borders”
Motivation of the jury:
This graphic image captured the jury’s attention through its fine details and playful contrasts between black and white. The painting shows several environments and a fantasy creation that contribute to a completeness and a greater value

Agustina Diaz with Artificial borders


Concreto Street Art from Spain with “Calm waters”

Motivation of the jury:
This painting is completely unique in its composition but forms an incredibly nice completeness. Surfaces are set against each other in a difficult and complex approach, but turns out so well as a result of an artwork

Concreto Street Art with Calm waters

 

Irene Lasivita from Argentina with ” Gender Revolution”
Motivation of the jury:
The jury established a radiant integrity and self-assurance in this expressive artwork. This in combination with the artist’s safe hand gives Gothenburg a magic painting with radiance of tolerance.

Irene Lasivita with Gender Revolution

Rafael Alencar from Brazil with “Pantanal”
Motivation of the jury:
A colourful painting who shows the artistic talent of the artist. This is a warm image who captured the jury and the audience´s attention. It is destined to be painted as a mural.

Rafael Alencar with Pantanal

 

Dive from Sweden with “Horizon-Child”
Motivation of the jury:
This painting was created by a Gothenburg artist who has found just the right balance in his artwork and it creates an incredibly nice completeness. The colors are composed in a way that creates a luster; This is an abstraction in pure harmony.

DIVE with Horizon-Child

Rajorshi Sircar from India with the painting ” The Gentle Giant”
Motivation of the jury:
This is a large and hazy painting. It spreads kindness in its radiance. The shading and colour selection does that painting pops in its simplicity. This is very skillfully done by our young artist. 

Rajorshi Sircar with The Gentle Giant

 


Rômulo Lass from Brazil with “Astronaut in love”
Motivation of the jury:
This is a graphic artwork that distinguishes itself through the choice of colors and shifts. A piece of art that allows you to find new details and as a mural it will show off its full potential. A graphic artwork that distinguishes itself through the choice of colors and shifts. A piece of art that allows you to find new details and which should be painted in a large format.

Rômulo Lass with Astronaut in love.

 

Christo Guelov from Spain with “Lego´s Bridge”
Motivation of the jury:
This artist has taken particular care of the chosen surface and chose to adorn it in a humourous manner with a high recognition factor. The jury is convinced that this painting will contribute to a more playful Gothenburg.

Christo Guelov with Lego´s Bridge

Linda Ljungblad from Sweden with “Gothenburg – United”
Motivation of the jury:
In addition to the subject, there is a atmosphere in the image that is not only suitable for Gothenburg, it also reveals a skilled artist. The material and tones have been handled in an exciting way that makes the painting very moving and beautiful.

Linda Ljungblad with Gothenburg – United