(Rosario, Argentina) With pieces that date all the way from the 1960s to contemporaneity, “Dura lex sed lex” opens tomorrow at Centro Cultural Parque España featuring 31 artists from all over Latin America, including PIPA Prize nominees Filé de Peixe Collective, Lourival Cuquinha, Anton Steenbock, Alexandre Vogler and Gustavo von Ha. On view, works that debate the very notion of the law.
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) Following a turn-of-the-year which dragged such heavy and intricate social tensions along, this show gathers works that, as a whole, point to lowered expectations, if any. This way, it somewhat defies the widespread dreamland depicted in speeches about economic growth, great constructions and humongous events.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Bringing in works by artists such as Daniela Mattos, Laercio Redondo, Pedro Motta and many others to the old Colônia Juliano Moreira, where Museu Bispo do Rosário is located, this exhibition aims at the association between art and infancy, combining fun and art and acknowledges these aspects as inherent to the creation process each artist endures.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) This group show, an approach to a child’s universe, brings together PIPA artists such as Daniel Murgel, Felipe Barbosa, Luiz Hermano, Maria Nepomuceno and many others. “Play” relates infancy, games and fun with art, understanding how these motifs are inherent to the act of creating and how artists are able to keep marveling themselves and others with insights, arrangements and discoveries.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Museu Bispo do Rosário Arte Contemporânea, located at the old Colônia Juliano Moreira, presentes the group exhibition “Play” about children’s universe. The show is curated by Fernanda Pequeno and Marta Mestre and is composed of works by Arthur Bispo do Rosário, Anton Steenbock, Arlindo, Bete Esteves, Cildo Meireles, Daniel Murgel, Daniela Mattos, Felipe Barbosa, Fernando Diniz, Franklin Cassaro, Gilmar Ferreira, João Modé, José, Julia Debasse, Laercio Redondo, Lobão, Luiz Hermano, Marcos Cardoso, Maria Mattos, Maria Nepomuceno, Nelson Leiner, Patricia, Pedro Motta, Renato Bezerra de Melo, Roger Mello, Rosana Ricalde and Vitor. The exhibition relates infancy, game and fun with art, perceiving how these aspects are inherent to the act of creating and how artists keep this ability of marveling themselves and others with insights, arrangements and discoveries.