(Berlin, Germany) Together with other 44 international artists, Cinthia Marcelle and Fabiana Faleiros take part in the exhibition, titled “We don’t need another hero.”
(São Paulo, Brazil) This year’s edition of the fair launched a new sector wholly dedicated to performance, as well as exciting curatorial projects in both the Solo and Repertoire sections.
(Oxford, UK) “The Family in Disorder: Truth or Dare” showcases two new pieces by the PIPA Prize 2010 finalist at Modern Art Oxford, one of them specially commissioned for the exhibition.
(Madrid, Spain) Integrating the VIP parallel program of ARCOMadrid this year, the exhibition features works by nine Brazilian artists. The preview happens this Saturday at Casa do Brasil.
(Mexico City, Mexico) Brazilian presence is small but significant in the 2018 edition of the fair, including artists such as Cinthia Marcelle, Jonathas de Andrade and Carlos Mélo and curator and PIPA Prize Board member Kiki Mazzucchelli.
(Shenzhen, China) The Seventh Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture investigates aspects of culture, society and space considering the Chinese context, while also referring to the processes of urbanization worldwide.
(Seoul, South Korea) Fourteen Latin American artists investigate the practice of art in the sociopolitical context of the colonial modernity collectively experienced by the non-Western world.
(Chicago, US) Longtime collaborators, PIPA Prize 2010 Finalist Cinthia Marcelle and filmmaker Tiago Mata Machado open their first joint show in the US this Friday, at Logan Center Exhibitions. Named “Divine Violence”, the exhibition captures the gradual breakdown of social contracts in today’s world while also speculating about the revolutionary potential of everyday life.
(Phoenix, US) The exhibition “Past/Future/Present: Contemporary Brazilian Art from the Museum of Modern Art” presents one of the many possible constellations of artworks produced in Brazil from the 1990s to the 2010s. The group show starts today, September 1st, at the Phoenix Art Museum and gathers the works of over 50 artists, including 17 PIPA Prize nominees.
(São Paulo, Brazil) The exhibition “Ways of Seeing Brazil: Itaú Cultural celebrates 30” showcases three decades of existence of the institution dedicated to Brazilian art and culture and highlights the series of activities carried out by the institution since it foundation in 1987. This will be the largest selection from the Itaú Unibanco Art Collection ever exhibited together, with over 750 works occupying the entire 10,000 meters area of the Oca, one of São Paulo’s architectural symbols designed by Oscar Niemeyer.