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Vivian Caccuri participates in “Buried in the Mix”

(Memmingen, Germany) Sound constitutes a powerful force in history. Addressing the theme, MEWO Kunsthalle put together “Buried in the Mix”, group show featuring 17 international artists – including PIPA Prize 2014 and 2016 nominee Vivian Caccuri – that investigates how sound can reconstitute negated voices, subjectivities and knowledge.

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Daniel Senise’s paintings/collages made out of pages of old books

(New York, US) Known for his work as a painter, PIPA Prize 2010 Nominating Committee member Daniel Senise decided to challenge the definitions of the medium by presenting a new series at Galeria Nara Roesler New York. On view until next week, the solo show “Printed Matter” features 15 painting-collages which took as its starting point vintage book pages.

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Frieze London’s 15th Edition started this week

(London, UK) Frieze London & Frieze Masters opened to the general public this Thursday, featuring six Brazilian galleries and a great number of Brazilian artists – one of them is Bárbara Wagner, one of the four finalists of this edition of PIPA Prize. The 15th edition of the annual four-day art fair set in Regent’s Park presents over 160 leading galleries from 31 countries, showcasing works of both emerging and established international artists.

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Daniel Steegman Mangrané in solo show in Portugal

(Porto, Portugal) Daniel Steegman Mangrané gets a lot of inspiration from the ways nature organizes and structures itself. For “Uma folha transparente no lugar da boca” [“A transparent leaf in place of the mouth”], solo show he opened at Serralves Museum last week, the PIPA Prize 2014 Finalist conceived a living landscape in the museum building’s central room, exploring the relationship between natural and artificial environments.

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Jonathas de Andrade in his first solo presentation in Mexico

(Mexico City, Mexico) PIPA Prize 2011 Finalist Jonathas de Andrade draws a close look to the northeastern region of Brazil in his works, examining issues of labor, class and race embedded in Brazilian culture. For the exhibition “Jonathas de Andrade: Visões do Nordeste”, on view at Museo Jumex, the artist presents three of his most recent works that investigate these questions and evidence his interest in the Northeast.

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“Charivaria” explores the different uses of sound in public spaces

(Madrid, Spain) Exploring the use of sound throughout History and its role in society, communication and art, the exhibition “Charivaria”, opening today at the Centro Cibeles de Cultura y Ciudadania, proposes a discussion on the use of sound as a way of occupying public space. Over 90 artists participate in the show, including PIPA Prize 2016 nominee Vivian Caccuri and draw a historical approach on the use of sound in social and political contexts.

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