PIPA News

  • New on artists’ pages

    This week the artists Alice Miceli, Vanderlei Lopes and Zezão sent new data for their pages.
    Miceli, nominated four times, who uses camera as her main art production tool, sent a new text, photos and videos to update her page.
    Lopes, who was also nominated in 2012, sent new images of his works and also updated his resumé.
    Zezão, first time nominee, is one of the leaders of Brazilian abstract graffiti. He sent his biography, images of his works and also a catalogue in pdf of his exhibition in Basel, Switzerland, last September 2013.

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  • Watch the video “Home is where the Art is: Stories about Artistic Residencies”

    Watch the release of another PIPA special video, part of a series that deepens the topics that emerge over the course of four years of nominated artists’ interviews. In this video, a compilation made with pieces of statements collected between 2010 and 2013 address artistic residencies. Artists tell how their experiences with residency programmes influenced their thinking and working processes. Catalina Lozano – Gasworks coordinator in 2010 – gives a perspective from the other side of the story, of what she believes a residency should be for an artist. Tatiana Blass describes through Skype, directly from London, the period she participated in Gasworks’ programme.

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  • PIPA 2014 Participating artists | Final list

    The list of PIPA 2014 participating artists is complete. The deadline for the artists nominated by the Nominating Committee to confirm their participation by sending the Agreement Term ended this week. Out of 70 artists, 66 are confirmed for this edition. Now the artists begin sending data for their pages here on the website.
    We created pages for Zezão, who has been nominated for the first time, and updated Alice Miceli and Vanderlei Lopes pages, who have already participated in previous editions..

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  • PIPA 2014 | Participating Artists

    Check who are the artists already confirmed to run for PIPA 2014.
    All the artists must have received at least an indication by a member of the Nominating Committee, sign the Agreement Term and hand in the necessary documents within the deadline informed to become a PIPA Participating Artist.
    This year there were 70 nominees. Up until this moment among the 35 artists already confirmed, 9 of them had already participated in previous editions.
    See who are they.

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  • New pages and updates for PIPA Artists 2014

    The artists are already sending data for their profile pages here at the website.
    Artists that have already participated in previous editions are also invited to updated their pages.
    Check the new artists’ pages created this week for Beto Shwafaty and Laura Vinci. You will see images of artworks and bios to learn about these first time nominees.
    Gisele Camargo, Thiago Martins de Melo and Wagner Malta Tavares, who are returning Participating Artists, sent updates for their pages, including videos, photos and texts.
    Visit the pages to know more about the artists.

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  • Clipping | Financial Times list Brazilian artists names to watch

    PIPA finalists and winners Renata Lucas, Marcius Galan, André Komatsu, Cinthia Marcelle and Jonathas de Andrade were named by the Financial Times magazine as the new generation of Brazilian artists who are going global, due to their increasing exposure and demand among collectors and galleries world wide.
    The article shows that the PIPA’s goal to reward artists with recent trajectory, but already highlighted and with work promising and consistent, is being achieved.

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Weekly Agenda

  • Schedule 19 – 25 April

    Last days to visit: “Da Cartografia do Poder aos Itinerários do Saber”, with José Rufino, in São Paulo; “Encontros Carbônicos”, with Otavio Schipper and Ricardo Basbaum, in Rio; and – “Cruzamentos: Contemporary Art in Brazil”, with Tatiana Blass and Jonathas de Andrade, in Columbus, USA.
    Check out the full agenda for this week of exhibitions and events related to PIPA artists, Nominating Committee members, Board members, MAM-Rio and relevant information about art in Brazil and abroad.


Art Circuit

  • This week at MAM-Rio

    (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) This Easter holiday, pay the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro a visit, which will open this Friday the 18th, the next Tuesday and Wednesday (the 22nd and 23rd). The Museum is closed on Mondays. This week visitors can see four shows: “Ron Mueck”, “Sylvio: The Clash of ‘Worlds’”, “Genealogias do Contemporâneo – Collection Gilberto Chateaubriand” and “MAM Sua história, seu patrimônio”. At the Cinemateque, the Museum will screen American, French, Italian, Swiss, German and Ivory Coast productions on the “100 Years Since World War I”. See MAM-Rio’s schedule and plan your visit.

  • “L’autre ciel”, by Patricia Osses

    (Paris, France) Patrícia Osses opens her first solo exhibition in the French capital this Saturday, with “L’autre ciel” ["The other sky"]. The recent works which will be shown were produced in a Buenos Aires inspired by writer Jorge Luis Borges, a result of the time the artist spent visiting literary spaces – such as the National Library of Argentina or a second hand bookstore, and generally experiencing the city in itself.

  • Exhibition with Fabio Morais and Jonathas de Andrade in the II Lima Photography Biennial

    (Lima, Peru) Last Wednesday was the opening of the II Lima Photography Biennial, where artists Fabio Morais, Jonathas de Andrade and Rafael Assef, three representatives of the current Brazilian photographic scene, are in the show “Brasil, voces en la multitud” ["Brazil, you in the crowd"], curated by Denise Gadelha and Jorge Villacorta. De Andrade presents “4000 disparos” ["4000 shots'], where the artist transforms takes of passersby heads into a progression of unknown people meaning to articulate a notion of social structure. Morais addresses the comunication potential in an image according to the context it is inserted in or according to its interpreting stages.

  • On view | “The Century” and “One Way Street” videos by Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado

    (São Paulo, Brazil) The two films made by artist Cinthia Marcelle and filmmaker Tiago Mata Machado, are on view. A result of the association between the two, “The Century” was recently screened at the Istanbul Biennial, in 2013. “One Way Street”, made in 2013, premiered worldwide in the Rotterdam cinema festival. Both videos point out the constant conflict between politics and society.

  • Opening | “Deságua” by Celina Portella

    (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) In this solo exhibition, Celina Portella presents three situations in videos and photographs, made in 2013 and 2014. In fixed frames, the artist portrays Fernanda Monteiro, Flavia Costa and Thiago Sancho in inconsistent actions, either redundant or contradictory.

  • Group show “Giro” features Mariana Manhães, Gisela Motta & Leandro Lima and Sara Ramo

    (Porto Alegre, Brazil) In 2010, “Giro” ["Spin'] was born, an exhibition project consisting of artworks made by contemporary artists from different Brazilian regions who mostly use video as medium. The spin allows us to experience a unique way of seeing, partly linked to the persistent illusion that we are at the centre of all events. The spin invites for a reflection on what repeats ceaselessly and, by doing that, is constantly changing: an action, a loop image, a feeling or thought.

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