PIPA Prize 2016 Nominating Committee member, Guilherme Gutman offers in this text another point of view about “Treasures of the wreck of the unbelievable”, solo show by Damien Hirst that opened in parallel to the Biennale earlier this year. The text is a counterpoint to PIPA Institute Curator Luiz Camillo Osorio’s last critical text, “Death in Venice”.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Jacaranda, located in Villa Aymoré, opens this Saturday “Arthur, Janina, Marco e Pedro”. The exhibition draws approximations between the works of Arthur Chaves, PIPA Prize 2017 nominee, Pedro França, nominated in 2016 and 2017, Janina McQuoid and Marco Veloso.
(New York, US) PIPA Prize 2016 Winner Paulo Nazareth presents works produced during his three-month stay at the Residency Unlimited (NY) – part of of his PIPA Prize 2016 award – at Hic Svnt Dracones. The pieces are part of his ongoing project “Cadernos de África” (“African Notebooks”).
(Lyon, France) This year’s Biennale de Lyon, “Floating Worlds”, is the the second volume of a trilogy around the word “modern”. Over 67 artists from all over the world, including PIPA Prize 2014 Finalist Daniel Steegman Mangrané, present works that explore the concept of modernity through different approaches.