The eleventh edition of #VersionaThyssen featured Hugáceo Crujiente, Iván Floro and Ian Padgham as guest artists and jury members. Below you can see the awarded works. The awards ceremony was held at the museum, the night of October 16, 2021. I was conducted by Sara Rubayo and featured a performance by Pol Granch. You can also watch it on this page.

Discover the submitted works on the hashtag #VersionaThyssen.

With the support of:

Comunidad de Madrid
Fundación Coca-Cola
Art Explora

Awarded versions and guest artists

Diptych with symbols of the Virgin and Redeeming Christ. Anonymous German Artist active in Westphalia
@am.i.stilll.young (First prize #Versionathyssen XI)
Untitled (Dada). Sin título. (Dadá), c. 1922-1923
@6alvez (First prize #Versionathyssen XI)
Autumn Evening. Emil Nolde, Atardecer de otoño, 1924 @lauradelmuro (First prize #Versionathyssen XI)
Omega 5 (Traps), 1927, 295. Omega 5 (Objetos de imitación), 1927, 295, 1927
@paotapiahassenbeydesi (Second prize #Versionathyssen XI)
Saint John the Evangelist in Patmos. San Juan Evangelista en Patmos, c. 1470-1475
@jorgegecko (Second prize #Versionathyssen XI)
Galatea. Galatea, c. 1896
@ninkraus (Second prize #Versionathyssen XI)
Portrait of Ursula Rudolph. Retrato de Úrsula Rudolph, 1528
Hugáceo Crujiente version (@hugaceo.crujiente)
La Rousse in a White Blouse. La pelirroja con blusa blanca, 1889
Iván Floro version (@van_vuu)
Ian Padgham version (@origiful)
Materials for a Leisure Hour. Objetos para un rato de ocio, 1879
Triptych of The Holy Face: The Holy Visage of Christ (central panel). Tríptico de la Santa Faz: La Santa Faz (tabla central), c. 1390-1400
Self-portrait wearing a hat and two Chains. Autorretrato con gorra y dos cadenas, c. 1642-1643
Portrait of a Nobleman of the Capponi Family. Retrato de un caballero de la casa Capponi, c. 1555
Dynamism of the Human Body: Boxer. Dinamismo del cuerpo humano: Boxeador, 1913