Who among the younger generations will have the staying power to rule the market over the long haul?
This is the subtitle of the text “50 under 50″, for a list of of the 50 next most collectible artists under the age of 50 made by the June 2013 edition of the magazine Art+Auction. Tatiana Blass is one of the two Brazilian names that appears in the list. The other is Ernesto Neto.
Read below the editors of the magazine thoughts about the selection.
Tatiana Blass was the great winner of PIPA in 2011, she was elected by the Award Jury winner of PIPA main prize, and elected by the visitors at the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro, winner of PIPA Popular Vote Exhibition.
At PIPA’s exhibition she presented the sculpture/installation “Luz que cega sentado” ( “Blinding Light Seated”), 2 paintings from the series “Acidente” ( “Accident”) and a video of the performance “Metade da fala no chão – Piano surdo”( “Half ot the speech on the ground – Deaf piano”).
Click to enlarge the image below to read the text about Blass‘s selection by Art+Auction
The other Brazilian artist who appears in the list is Ernesto Neto. Neto was a member of PIPA 2010 Nominating Committee.
Visit Tatiana Blass‘s page to learn more about the artist, watch some short video interviews and also images of her works.