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.
The curator of PIPA Institute Luiz Camillo Osorio talks to the performer Eleonora Fabião about her so-called “actions”, inspirations, and her relationship with the streets.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) PIPA Prize finalist in 2016, Luiza Baldan is one of the 30 artists who participate in the show, curated by Fernando Cocchiarale and Anna Bella Geiger.
(Hong Kong, China) The sixth edition of the show features 248 galleries from 32 countries, four of them from Brazil.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Featuring commissioned works by Bárbara Wagner, Garapa, Jonathas de Andrade, Letícia Ramos, Mídia Ninja and Sofia Borges, the exhibition discusses the role of image in contemporary society.
(São Paulo, Brazil) In “O Primeiro Verde”, he explores the origin and evolution of the planet through the viewpoint of cyanobacteria, the first beings capable of photosynthesis.
(Hong Kong, China) In “The sun teaches us that history is not everything”, curated by Raphael Fonseca, twenty-six Asian and Latin American artists present an encounter between cultures.