(São Paulo, Brazil) In “O Primeiro Verde”, he explores the origin and evolution of the planet through the viewpoint of cyanobacteria, the first beings capable of photosynthesis.
(New York, USA) Titled “Songs for Sabotage”, this year’s show questions how individuals and collectives around the world address the connection of images and culture to the forces that structure our society.
(New York, USA) The artist and the curator participate in an open talk at Residency Unlimited this Tuesday.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The photographer employs a technique that dispenses with photography cameras to create the 28 works showcased in the exhibition.
(New York, USA) Borges is one of the 17 multi-generational, international artists selected to participate in this edition of the biennial series, which presents urgent and compelling ideas in recent photography.
(Venice, Italy) Featuring 12 international artists – amongst them, Luiz Roque, nominated for PIPA Prize for the fourth time this year –, “In the Reading Room of Hell” is on view at A Plus A gallery.
(Peru, Lima) Curated by PIPA Board member Kiki Mazzucchelli, “abstracto viajero andinos fetichizados” displays a selection of newly commissioned and existing works by the group.
(Lausanne, Switzerland) Featuring 30 contemporary artists and designers, amongst them PIPA Prize 2016 finalist Clara Ianni, the exhibition is the first to approach the subject in Switzerland.
(Maastricht, Netherlands) Featuring pieces by Daniel Steegman Mangrané, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Luiz Zerbini, the exhibition brings the experience of touch caused by strong outside forces.
(Oxford, UK) “The Family in Disorder: Truth or Dare” showcases two new pieces by the PIPA Prize 2010 finalist at Modern Art Oxford, one of them specially commissioned for the exhibition.