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THE 2023 URBAN ART PRIZE WINNERS Since 2016, the Pébéo international competition has sought to uncover promising talents in the field of urban art and stimulate creativity in the field. The competition offers a platform to emerging artists from different cultures and backgrounds, to help diversify the urban art scene. In its seventh year, the competition is highlighting urban art, looking at the theme of water. Artists were invited to submit their applications during a three-month period that ended on 31 March. During the event, prizes were awarded to 3 winners:
  • 1st Prize: Rouge Hartley "The frost is all over": €5,000
  • 2nd prize: Renoz "Cultural Map" €3,000
  • 3rd prize: Adrien Enaer "Hydrology" €2,000

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    Below are our 25 finalists whose works will be display on Fluctuart until 20 August::

  • Ailyn Yulye Portocarrero Talavina - Peru
  • Alessandra Mai - Italy
  • Ana Devora - Spain
  • Anonniks - Netherlands
  • Atentamente Una Fresa - Mexico
  • Daniel Mac Lloyd - Luxembourg
  • Dawal - France
  • Duteil Florian - France
  • Enaer - France
  • Falco - Italy
  • Fayalu - France
  • IMER 1992 - France
  • Joke - France
  • Juan Ignacio Ricciardi - Argentina
  • Kesadi - France
  • Kraita317 - Romania
  • Mafalda Gonçalves - Portugal
  • Mapecoo - Spain
  • Monkiz - France
  • OZAK - France
  • Paul Gavlois - Canada
  • Paul Segard - belgium
  • Renoz - Liban
  • Rouge Hartley - France
  • SISC - Morocco
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