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“Wasp and Orchid”, a group show with nine Brazilian artists

(Berlin, Germany) The group show “Wasp and Orchid” opens tomorrow and features four artists related to PIPA Prize: Jonathas de Andrade, finalist in 2011; Luciana Magno, PIPA Online winner in 2015; and Armando Queiroz and Carlos Mélo, both nominated to the Prize. The exhibition is one of the stages of a project where Brazilian artists from Belém, Fortaleza and Recife – located in the North and Northeast of Brazil, considered the country’s poorest regions – and from Berlin, Germany, enter in conversation.

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Last days | Panoramas do Sul – 19th edition of the Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil

(São Paulo, SP) In its 19th edition, the Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil takes it proposal to the extreme by making Southern Panoramas the core of its entire programming. The global South and its myriad issues – concerning diasporas, hybrid identities, migration flows and travels, personal accounts, memories, isolation, the social fabric, and insularity – have inspired and set the parameters for the Curatorial Committee to select artworks and art projects.






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19th edition of the Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil presents works by 62 artists and groups of 27 countries

(São Paulo, Brazil) In its 19th edition, the Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil takes it proposal to the extreme by making Southern Panoramas the core of its entire programming. The global South and its myriad issues – concerning diasporas, hybrid identities, migration flows and travels, personal accounts, memories, isolation, the social fabric, and insularity – have inspired and set the parameters for the Curatorial Committee to select artworks and art projects, as well as oriented the curating of all of the Festival’s exhibitions, public programs, and publications.






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Itinerant circuit of the 31st São Paulo Biennial arrives in Portugal next week

(Porto, Portugal) The selected artworks, from paintings and sculptures to video and installation, distil the ideas of the Brazilian exhibition and focus on how art can alter ways of thinking about the world. Through imagining forms of life and society that are different or do not (yet) exist, the artworks question the authority of religion, history and systems of control and suggest how it could be different.






Vivian Caccuri presents a silent walk as a part of “Encruzilhada”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) In the show, works are organised in six clusters that talk about the physical space of the crossroad – where politic protests, Carnival, flirt, traffic movement and macumba happen, and also situations in which decisions have to be made. During the exhibition period, a weekly schedule of live performances, meetings and talks will be created, resulting in new experiences for the viewers. Tomorrow, a new schedule with live performances will take part in the show. Learn more.






Special program with performances and talk at “Encruzilhada”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The works in this show are organised in six clusters that talk about the physical space of the crossroad – where politic protests, Carnival, flirt, traffic movement and macumba happen, and also situations in which decisions have to be made. During the exhibition period, a weekly schedule of live performances, meetings and talks will be created, resulting in new experiences for the viewers. Tomorrow, a special performance program will take part in the show.






Group show “Encruzilhada” brings together 115 works by 74 artists

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Afonso Tostes, Alexandre Mazza, Ana Mazzei, André Komatsu, Antonio Dias, Armando Queiroz, Berna Reale, Beto Shwafaty, Cao Guimarães and Rivane Neuenschwander, Carla Zaccagnini, Carlos Vergara, Chico Fernandes, Cinthia Marcelle + Tiago Mata Machado, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Ivan Grilo, Joana Traub Csekö, Laura Lima, Lenora de Barros, Luiz Braga, Marcos Chaves, Maria Laet, Mauro Restiffe, Milton Marques, Nazareno Rodrigues, OPAVIVARÁ!, Paulo Nazareth, Rafael RG, Raquel Versieux, Regina Parra, Renata Lucas, Rodrigo Braga, Vivian Caccuri and Waltércio Caldas are some of the names of the 74 artists with works featured in group exhibition “Encruzilhada” [“Crossroad”], part of the Visitor Curator program of School of Visual Arts of Parque Lage.






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PIPA 2015 Participating Artists | Final list

For this edition of PIPA Prize, 66 nominated artists agreed with the Regulation and sent the documentation in time. The Participating Artists list has artists from several places, around Brazil and abroad, who work with different medias. Among these artists, 28 were nominees in previous editions or the Prize. 2 of them have been finalists: Wagner Malta Tavares, in 2014; and Rodrigo Braga in 2012, when he was elected by the MAM’s visitors, winner of the Popular Vote Exhibition award. The other 37 artists were nominated for the first time this year. Read the complete list.






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PIPA 2015 nominees | Full list

Check who were the 67 artists nominated for PIPA 2015. The artists that run for PIPA are chosen by the members of the Nominating Committee, which this year was composed of 26 experts in Brazilian contemporary art. Each member of the Committee indicated up to 3 artists keeping in mind the goal of PIPA to reward artists with recent history, with work already in evidence, promising and consistent. After signing the Term of Participation, agreeing to the rules of PIPA, artists will be able to run in the sixth edition of the Prize.






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