(Spain, Madrid) Comprised of about 300 artworks – 218 of which will be on view –, the art collection belonging to Luís Paulo Montenegro includes works by artists like Cândido Portinari, Lygia Clark and Marcius Galan.
(Cologne, Germany) “wetANDsomeOLDstuffVANDALIZEDbyTHEartist”, which the artist opens at Kölnischer Kunstverein next week, presents unique assemblages of found materials and everyday objects.
(Gifu, Japan) The Brazilian artist won the 9th edition of the Enku Grand Award and is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts of Gifu together with other four artists.
(Wassenaar, Netherlands) In “Stage of Being”, 44 artists, including Henrique Oliveira, present, through their work, depictions of human’s emotions, thoughts and instincts.
(Mexico City, Mexico) Brazilian presence is small but significant in the 2018 edition of the fair, including artists such as Cinthia Marcelle, Jonathas de Andrade and Carlos Mélo and curator and PIPA Prize Board member Kiki Mazzucchelli.
(Montpellier, France) Exploring the correspondences between culture and nature, rather than emphasizing its differences, the exhibition presents the works of 25 contemporary artists that defy the notions of natural and artificial.
Formed by 28 contemporary art professionals (amongst collectors, curators, professors, critics, artists and gallerists), the Committee is responsible for nominating the artists who’ll run for this year’s edition of the award.
(Groningen, Netherlands and Potsdam, Germany) The duo participates in an eight-month residence in which artists work with researchers in German and Dutch labs to develop an artwork bridging contemporary art practices and scientific research.
(New York, USA) Jonathas de Andrade is one of the artists to participate in the group show, which features the most numerous selection of contemporary works from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros to be exhibited in the US until today.
(Rotterdam, Netherlands) Reflecting on mankind’s impact over environment, the exhibition explores how the tradition of myths and tales could help create solutions to the times of anxiety and uncertainty about the future of the planet we are living.