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ARTE SACRA is a periodic traveling exhibition that takes place in different Churches in Sweden with start from Uppsala Trinity Church. The theme is the art with inspiration from Christianity.

The exhibition takes place in 3 churches, so there is 3 exhibitions in 3 different cities.

The exhibition is open to all the artists from all the part of the world but they have to respect the issue.

Every year different Churches give the possibility to artists from all the world to exhibit in the space of the Chapel. The exhibition place is reduced to 35 works and, because of the huge request, the organisation has to do a selection of the works. The selectors are art-critics.

The cost to partecipate to the exhibition is 250 euro for 1 work, 450 for 2 works.
In the price is comprised a copy of a catalog.

If you want to partecipate to this exhibition, you have to send us 4 pictures an your CV to us. We will submit the picture to the jury and, if you will be selected, just two works will partecipate to the exhibition.

This year the Churches that will house the exhibition are, in addition to the Church of Uppsala, the Churce of Västerås, in Västmanland, a beautiful costruction that gained 3 stars from Mischelin Guide, and the Church of  S. Immanuel in Stockholm.  
After the exhbition, the artists will receive a catalog.

The exhibition is an important collaboration with Bilda, one of the largest cultural associations in Sweden.

The Partecipants 2013: list
Note: The last two artists are present just in Stockholm/Västerås


Title of the work

Stanimira Radicheva


Stanimira Radicheva


Rita Begnozzi

Il miracolo della moltiplicazione

Rita Begnozzi

Sacra famiglia del Pettirosso

Marina Profumo


Carlo Guerrato

I tre Cristi

Patrizia Biagini

Arcangelo Gabriele

Francesca Nicolosi


Giuliana M.M. Fusari

Jesus är död, jorden skakar

Giuliana M.M. Fusari


Okänd 1700-talet


Okänd 1700-talet


Lisbeth Dal Pozzo D´Annone

Altare di Oleggio Castello

Biagio Chiesi


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