In this exclusive text, PIPA Institute curator writes about Sofia Borges’ curatorial project for the 33 São Paulo Biennale. “What interested me in the specific case of Sofia Borges, was how she appropriated other works, set them in motion through her own poetics, and constructed a visual and spatial experience of unquestionable plastic intensity: intensity…
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) This week, the artist decided to expand the piece with new ramifications
(Rio de Janeiro, RJ) The new site-specific, now passing through finalization, faces the scaffold’s conclusion previously developed by Henrique Oliveira, while he follows the customization created by his assistants
(London, UK) PIPA Prize 2018 Finalist Vivian Caccuri exhibits some of her audio works and performances in the Fair.
(London, UK) The artist participates in a group production that gathers 21 international video and filmmakers.
(Busan, South Korea) The exhibition tries to approach the theme regarding the psyche and deep sentiments of people who suffer from territory disputes
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The sculpture is based on the idea of transformation through the reuse of materials, while the Villa has been an abandoned space recently revitalized
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The development of the project on stairs is also an unprecedented element in his trajectory
A hundred and thirty thousand reais. Covered by this amount, a three-month artistic residency at Residency Unlimited, in New York. That’s the price which the four PIPA 2018 finalists, Arjan Martins, avaf, Romy Pocztaruk, Vivian Caccuri are running for. But who are those responsible for choosing the winner? Meet the Award Jury Members of 2018 on this post.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) See the artist’s studies for his new Tapumes project, specially designed to Villa Aymoré