(São Paulo, Brazil) Sexuality has permeated art history in more ways than we can count. “Histórias da Sexualidade”, which opened at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) this Thursday, showcases works by more than 60 artists to tell some of these stories.
PIPA Online 2017 is coming to an end, finishing this Sunday, August 6th. After a week full of surprises, however, don’t expect the competition’s last moments to be without turbulence: our ballots show that every voting day has gathered approximately 1,000 new votes, summing up to 6,500 in total. Those amongst the 12 participating artists who have, respectively, the first and second highest number of votes, will receive prizes of R$10,000 and R$5,000. The winners’ announcement will take place next Monday, August 7th.
Find out what’s the updated scoreboard of PIPA Online 2017 as of now, 6:30 p.m. of Tuesday, August 1st. From today until next Sunday, August 6th, you can vote on any of the 12 participating artists – those who have, respectively, the first and second highest number of votes will receive prizes of R$10,000 and R$5,000. Although you can vote on as many artists as you want, you can only vote once on each artist. So far, over 3,000 votes have been counted – and 1,000 alone of this amount are from today.
The second round of PIPA Online 2017 has begun. From today until next Sunday, August 6th, you can vote on any of the 12 participating artists – those who have, respectively, the first and second highest number of votes will receive prizes of R$10,000 and R$5,000. Although you can vote on as many artists as you want, you can only vote once on each artist. So far, over 2000 votes have been computed.
We are constantly publishing new video-interviews with PIPA Prize 2017 nominees. Today, we release another five videos with artists Aleta Valente, Ana Mazzei, Ana Prata, Anton Steenbock and Desali. Altogether, approximately 50 interviews will be published with the participants of this edition, addressing their main inspirations, practices and trajectories in videos produced by Do Rio Filmes, exclusively for the PIPA Prize.
View the complete list of artists chosen by the Nominating Committee who are part of PIPA Prize’s eighth edition. Read the complete list of PIPA Prize 2017 participating artists: (Click on the names to see the page of artists who participated in previous editions) Aleta Valente Alexandre Canonico Ana Luisa Santos Ana Mazzei (PIPA Prize nominee in 2014 and…
Meet the 65 artists who were nominated to participate in the eighth edition of PIPA Prize. The artists were nominated by at least one member of the Nominating Committee, composed of 25 renowned contemporary art professionals. Amongst the nominees, 30 artists have already participated in previous editions of the Prize, and three have been finalists. View the complete list and learn more about the categories in which they are competing for.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 42 artists were selected by curators Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Livia Flores and Michelle Sommer for the 11th edition of “Abre Alas” project, that consists in an exhibition which goals the visibility to new young artists around the world. Dirnei Prates, Erica Ferrari, Gabriela Noujaim, Maíra Dietrich and Renato Pera were some of the contemplated artists and will take part in the group show along with Aleta Valente, Alexandre Wagner, Bruno Cançado, Carina Sehen, Carolina Bonfim, Cecília Bona, Coletivo CS3, Daniel Beerstecher, Daniel Frota, Daniel Jablonski, Daniel Lie, Eva Priester, Felipe Abdala, Felipe Bittencourt, Frederico Ramires, I repeat, Igor Vidor, Ilan Waesberg, Jonas Arrabal, Lucas Sargentelli, Luisa Mota, Luisa Puttermann, Manoela Medeiros, Maria Noujaim, Marina Fraga, Miguel Penha, Pedro Gallego, Pedro Urano, Raquel Versieux, Reinaldo Candya, Rita Queiroga, Rodrigo Alcon, Rodrigo Garcia Dutra, Rodrigo Moreira and Thiago Guedes.