(Brussels, Belgium) The PIPA Prize 2015 finalist analyses body movements during street demonstrations in a photographic series on view at Mendes Wood DM Brussels.
Acclaimed Brazilian visual artist Leda Catunda, who took part in both the PIPA Prize 2017 Award Jury and the 2018 Nominating Committee, investigates the concepts of beauty and ugliness through the ages.
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(Buenos Aires, Argentina) The group show introduces unsuspected connections between regional modernizing projects from the 1940s–60s Latin America and contemporary artistic practices.
(Frankfurt, Germany) The show proposes a dialogue between experimental art practices in Latin America from the 1940s through the 1980s and European and North-American artworks of the same period.
(São Paulo, Brazil) This year’s edition of the fair launched a new sector wholly dedicated to performance, as well as exciting curatorial projects in both the Solo and Repertoire sections.
Lebanese independent curator Amanda Abi Khalil strongly believes in art as a trigger for social change. Such conviction traverses her conversation with PIPA Institute curator Luiz Camillo Osorio. Read it here.
(Paris, France) Fifty artists from all over the world present performances that range from political manifestos – such as Guilherme Peters’ “Escola sem Partido” – to ladies’ wrestling.
(New York, USA) The exhibition addresses the “vacuum” of women artists in art history from the 1960s to the 1980s by showcasing works by 120 Chicanas and Latinas during that period.
(Bilbao, Spain) On view at Guggenheim Bilbao, the group show offers a new reading of the history of abstraction over the last six decades.