One of the oddest phenomena of the COVID-19 epidemic is the intense dreams that most people have been experiencing during this time. An expression of a collective unconscious, or a universal response to the same conditions? Whatever the causes, it is certainly something powerful.
Artavita is holding a contest for the three most powerful works of art expressing, visualizing or interpreting such dreams.
We will display the 3 winning works and the following 57 runners up in a virtual exhibition in the new Virtual Exhibitions section of the Artavita website, and also on social media. The three winners will also be featured in “International Contemporary Masters” Volume 14, the next book to be published by World Wide Art Books, in July 2021
All media are accepted
Participation fee $15 per image
Deadline for entries: November 16, 2020
The results will be announced by November 23, 2020
Upload as many images as you like.
Only images entered in the contest will be considered.
1st Prize: Front Cover - Anton Hoeger
2nd Prize: Frontispiece - Paul Kenens
3rd Prize: Back cover - Anagruz
Clara de Bobes: "Lady Lobster" (painting)
Ilaria Arpino: "Aestas", "Persephone", "Khione", "Karpo" (sculptures)
1st Prize: Nancie King Mertz, "Life in the Time of Covid"
2nd Prize: Thorsten Boehm, "The Revelation"
3rd Prize: Dale M. Sumner, "Anything would Help"
1st Prize: Front Cover: Lisa Rickard
2nd Prize: Frontispiece: Christine Alfery
3rd Prize: Back Cover: Roland Reinert
Other winners (In alphabetical order):
Edmund Ian Grant
Pham An Hai
"Civic Hall, Town Hall Rotterdam"