(Chaves, Portugal) The itinerant exhibition produced by the Serralves Foundation showcases approximately 30 works from the Serralves and the Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD) collections.
Learn more about the works, career, inspirations and much more of Bruno Faria, avaf (Eli Sudbrack), Paulo Meira and Rafael Adorján.
(New York, USA) This Friday, June 15th, the PIPA Prize 2017 winner will discuss her latest projects and the strategies she employs to build her photographs with the Brazilian curator Luciana Solano in another edition of RU’s “Meet Over Lunch” series.
(Milan, Italy) The Brazilian artist’s work “Horse Takes King”, part of the “Slight Agitation 4/4: Laura Lima” program, questions the nature of the audience’s engagement with both space and place.
Finishing up the series of posts on the updates of this year nominees’ artists’ pages, we present the pages of Arjan Martins, Avaf, Deyson Gilbert, Gustavo Torres, Paula Krause, Regina Parra, Romy Pocztaruk, Vivian Caccuri, Yuri Firmeza and Zé Carlos Garcia.
Get to know the work and the career of PIPA Prize 2018 nominees Gustavo Torres, Laura Andreato, Maria Noujaim, Thomaz Rosa and Zé Carlos Garcia.
(Cologne, Germany) Together in a show for the first time, the two artists (one born in Brazil, the other in Switzerland) present sculptures and objects at Nagel Draxler’s DIKO Reisen-Büro.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Showcasing works by Berna Reale, Marco Antonio Portela, Paulo Nazareth, Shima and Virginia de Medeiros, the exhibition discusses the construction of identities today.
Learn more about the works, career, inspirations and much more of Alvaro Seixas, Ana Elisa Egreja, Warley Desali, Jaime Lauriano and Juliana Notari.
Discover the work of Eduardo Berliner, Gisele Camargo, Grup EmpreZa, Laura Belém, Luciana Magno, Luiz Roque, Marcone Moreira, Maria Laet, Randolpho Lamonier and Yuli Yamagata through their artists’ pages.